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image by Zoltan Horvath, 30 November 2014
Sorry for the poor photo - just remnants of a "Syrian Revolutionaries Front"
flag being burned, after haven been captured by ISIS soldiers. (c. Oct. 2014).
William Garrison, 05 November 2014
The flag reported by William Garrison is seen
The emblem in the middle that appears burned in the picture submitted is seen here.
Source: https://twitter.com/aron_ld/status/411504603058810882 . In fact, in this Twitter article, the Syrian Revolutionaries Front logo is based on the Mujahideen Shura Council logo as "inspiration" to create their own logo, but with different elements:
The Muhahideen Shura Council uses the "black standard" (see also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Standard), while the Syrian Revolutionaries Front use a white background flag, plus the Free Syria flag.
"The Syria Revolutionaries Front (Arabic: جبهة ثوار سوريا, Jabhat Thowar Suriyya, SRF, also translated Syrian Rebel Front) is an alliance formed in December 2013 by Free Syrian Army (FSA) brigades as a response to the merger of Islamist Syrian Rebels into the Islamic Front.
The formed alliance includes secular brigades, including:
- Idlib Military Council
- Syrian Martyrs' Brigade
- Ahrar al-Zawia Brigades
- Ansar Brigades
- Coming Victory Brigades
- Seventh Division
- Ninth Division of Aleppo
- Farouq al-Shamal Battalions
- Ghab Wolves Brigade
- Idlib Martyrs’ Brigade
- Ahrar al-Shamal Brigade
- Riyad al-Salehin Battalions of Damascus
- Farouq Battalions of Hama
Esteban Rivera, 15 November 2014