Posted by Hacker News on September 17, 2018 02:13:51The rebel soccer club that was once called “The Club for Peace” has been disbanded.
The club has disbanded after a dispute over membership.
In an interview with the Washington Post, the club’s founder, Omar Abdul Rahman, said he left the club to become a politician.
“I think I’m a politician, I’m an ex-politician,” Rahman said.
“But the reality is, I’ve been in politics for six years.”
He added that he is “not a politician” by any means.
The club was formed in 2015 as a group of former military officers to oppose the government of President Bashar al-Assad.
They have since played an important role in the rebellion against Assad’s rule.
They are also the owners of the club that won the championship in 2017, the Al-Masry Al-Youm.
The Washington Post reported on the disbanding of the rebel soccer team in a post published on Thursday.
It said that in a statement posted on the group’s website, it said that it was disbanded because of “the internal conflict within the group, and the ongoing conflicts in the region, as well as the economic difficulties and economic problems facing the region.”
The group’s president, Abdulkadir al-Masri, said in the statement that the club was disbanded to avoid the “unfair and baseless accusations.”
He said that the “disbanding process was not a political decision.”
The Washington Post added that “the decision to dissolve the club came after months of discussion between the group and the al-Mashalah football club, the largest rebel soccer association in Syria.”
Abdulkadabil Rahman, who is the president of the soccer club, was in Damascus in July when the war in Syria started.
The United States and other countries have supported the government in Syria since March 2011, when President Bashar Assad began a bloody crackdown on protests against his rule.