SYRIE - Des groupes islamistes armés, notamment les deux plus importants, Liwaa al-Tawhid et Front al-Nosra, qui combattent à Alep, ont annoncé leur rejet de la Coalition nationale syrienne et se sont prononcés pour un Etats islamique, selon une vidéo diffusée sur internet. Une coalition pourtant reconnue par la France et les États-Unis.

"Nous, les factions combattantes sur le terrain de la ville d'Alep et de sa province, annonçons notre rejet du complot que représente ce qu'on appelle la Coalition nationale et nous sommes mis d'accord à l'unanimité sur l'instauration d'un Etat islamique juste", affirme la vidéo.

Parmi les 14 organisations signataires de cet appel figurent notamment Liwa al Tawhid, Front al-Nosra et Kataëb Ahrar Cham. Al-Nosra a revendiqué de nombreux attentats contre le régime en Syrie.

"Nous refusons tous les plans extérieurs, que ce soit les coalitions ou les conseils (faisant allusion au Conseil national syrien) qui nous sont imposés d'où qu'ils viennent", ajoute la déclaration.

Le coran comme Constitution

Sur la vidéo, apparaissent une trentaine d'hommes assis, dont certains sont en treillis, autour d'une table et celui qui lit la déclaration porte une barbe. Derrière lui est accroché un drapeau islamiste noir avec les mots "il n'y pas d'autre dieu que Dieu) et un coran se trouve devant lui.

Quand, il a fini de lire la déclaration, un homme derrière lui brandit un coran en réclamant que "le coran soit la Constitution" avant de scander "Allah Akbar" que tout le groupe reprend derrière lui.

Il s'agit des groupes combattants les plus important dans le nord de la Syrie, qui est quasiment entièrement aux mains des rebelles.

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  • A Syrian boy who fled with his family from the violence in their village, cries as he waits to fill water at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atma, near the Turkish border with Syria, Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  • A Syrian baby cries as he lays on a swing attached to a tree at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atma, near the Turkish border with Syria, Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  • A Syrian boy who fled with his family from the violence in their village, stands next to a tent at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atma, near the Turkish border with Syria, Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  • A Syrian boy who fled with his family from the violence in their village, carries water bottles at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atma, near the Turkish border with Syria, Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  • A Syrian girl who fled with her family from the violence in their village, rests at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atma, near the Turkish border with Syria, Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  • A Syrian girl who fled with her family from the violence in their village, washes clothes at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atma, near the Turkish border with Syria, Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  • A Syrian girl who fled with her family from the violence in their village, washes clothes at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atma, near the Turkish border with Syria, Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  • A Syrian boy who fled with his family from the violence in their village, sits on a swing at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atma, near the Turkish border with Syria. Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  • Syrian girls who fled from the violence in their village, wash their clothes at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atma, near the Turkish border with Syria, Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  • Tow Syrian girls who fled with their family from the violence in their village, sit in front of a fire next to their tent at a camp, in the Syrian village of Atma, near the Turkish border with Syria, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra)

  • A Syrian boy holds remains of a mortar and shells which are allegedly fired by Syrian Army as mourners carry the coffin of 13-year-old Ahmad bin Muhsin Qarush during his funeral on March 24, 2012 who was reportedly killed two days earlier in shelling by regime forces in the northwestern city of Sermin. (Ricardo Garcia Vilanova/AFP/Getty Images)