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Two senior leaders of the Turkey-based Syrian opposition resigned after widening differences as Saudi Arabia has heightened its efforts to bring the numerous dissident and militant groups closer to each other.
Self-proclaimed prime minister of the Syrian opposition Ahmad Tumeh was the first one to resign as a result of deepening rifts among dissident factions.
Tumeh said he resigned because of “a military coup taking place in the midst of” what he called (Syria’s) “revolution”.
Another Syrian opposition leader, Michel Kilo, also resigned to show his solidarity with Tumeh.
The resignations take place while the Riyadh government is trying hard to gather the Syrian opposition groups and armed dissident factions in the Saudi capital in the coming days
Tumeh’s resignation came after the terrorists of Al-Jbahat al-Shamia who have control over Bab al-Salama border crossing near the Turkish borders prevented him and his accompanying delegation from crossing into Syria, the Arabic language al-Quds al-Arabi reported.