Alloush told his fighters that ISIS militants held “an evil ideology.”
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The rebel groups singled out recent military gains by ISIS in northern Aleppo province, calling them a "threat to the Syrian revolution".The groups include the Raqqa Rebel Brigade and the Kurdish Front, as well as smaller, local units from areas of Aleppo province such as the town of Manbij, which has recently come under ISIS control.ISIS this month also spearheaded an offensive in Iraq, seizing wide swaths of territory as it teamed up with groups of Iraqi Sunni insurgents, and has begun to move captured weaponry and equipment into areas it controls in Syria.In their statement, the rebel groups also addressed their plea to the Islam Army, one of seven large militias making up the Islamic Front, which largely cooperates with mainstream rebels from the FSA.The reports said that Islam Army fighters found the bodies of seven men, believed to have been summarily executed by ISIS on the first day of the battle, one of them a media activist working with the rebels.
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