"We have already tried to apply this concept in areas of Damascus ... so this can be applied anywhere in Syria, as long as there is no interference by other countries," the parliamentarian said.
Still, both sides acknowledge, the fighting could reignite anytime.
Abu Udey a rebel commander who accuses regime troops of continued provocations, said: "We don't kill people as a hobby... the security forces in the area don't want a truce."
And there's one fundamental mission the rebels will not back down from.
"Our goal is to bring down the regime," Al Abbrash said. "It's impossible to change that -- impossible to back down from that goal."
Abu Udey says the men in his city were forced to arm themselves after peaceful demonstrations were met by violence from regime forces.
"If we achieve what we want -- [to] bring down the regime through peaceful means -- we are ready to lay down our arms for peace," Abu Udey said.