According to the Associated Press, jihadi godfathers Al Qaeda and scrappy terror upstarts ISIS have decided to put aside their petty differences and focus on what's really important: making life worse for everyone else.

The two groups have been negotiating local truces since October, but a new agreement reached this month could have ISIS and Al Qaeda coordinating attacks on their mutual enemies.

From the AP:

According to a Syrian opposition official speaking in Turkey, the meeting took place Nov. 2 in the town of Atareb, west of Aleppo, starting at around midnight and lasting until 4 a.m. The official said the meeting was closely followed by members of his movement, and he is certain that an agreement was reached.

Luckily for anyone fearing a 2014 ISIS/Al Qaeda reunion tour, the new pact reportedly "stops short of a merger between the two."

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