Tag: Popular Front for Change and Liberation

U.S. Doesn’t Have Enough Clout to Unify Syrian Opposition

November 6, 2013

The prospects of a Geneva II conference to resolve the Syrian crisis occurring in November are fading, as several key unresolved issues remain. The first is that the Syrian opposition that took to the streets to protest, and later to fight, against Bashar al Assad remains unwilling to negotiate until Assad’s resignation is agreed to […]

Bashar al-Assad Fired his Competitor

October 30, 2013

Syria has sacked their deputy prime minister, Qadri Jamil, without warning. Any sudden change in the Assad regime is likely to spark controversy and conspiracy theory. Jamil is a member of the opposition party recognized by the President’s party, the Ba’ath party. Jamil’s party is often seen as a farce  as it is fairly closely tied […]