Almost immediately after the beginning of the armed conflict between the Syrian government and the opposition in March 2011 it began the consolidation of many political and military groups in the country and abroad. The aim was to carry out political reforms and the liberalization of public life, while others have called for the immediate overthrow of the regime of Bashar Assad. Syrian internal opposition to dialogue with the government, while foreign insists on overthrowing the regime and has an armed wing. A special place among the groups opposed to the Assad regime occupied regionalist Kurds. Their main goal – to get more political and cultural rights of Syrian Kurds .

Syrian Arab Republic and allies

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Syrian government forces

Allied armed groups:

Hezbollah
Iran


Russia

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Armament support:

Syrian Opposition

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Free Syrian Army-affiliated rebel groups

Non-FSA-affiliated rebel groups

 

Allied armed groups:

Joint operations rooms:

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Armament support:

 


 

CJTF-OIR (against ISIL)

 Turkey (against ISIL and SDF)

Non-lethal support:

United Kingdom
Canada
Germany
Netherlands
Italy
United Arab Emirates
Jordan
Israel (Medical aid)
Egypt (until 2013)

 


Current and former al-Qaeda affiliates

Alleged support:


Syrian Democratic Council – Federation of Northern Syria – Rojava

Syrian Democratic Forces

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Police forces

Civilian defence units

Allied armed groups:

Iraqi Kurdistan

Military councils:

Armament support:



CJTF-OIR (against ISIL)



Russia

(against ISIL and Syrian Opposition)


Islamic State of Iraq and the Levantand allies


Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

Harakat Nour al-Din al-Zenki

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