So there are hundreds of thousands of foreign agents in Syria? The part of the population whom is not a part of the ruling religious group is not dissatisfied ?
Originally posted by Misbah
The Free Syrian Army may be funded by the US government but they're only doing so to look good. The FSA is supported by all muslims, They are our brothers and their women are our sisters. We will support them however possible, No ruler shall ever oppress his own people and if he does he will sure pay his debt, both in this world and the next.
If you're saying that the reason FSA is bad because it's funded by foreign countries then I would say I support them for the same reason. They're supported by me and every other muslim and we are foreigners. Islam will rule the world againt and the FSA will be a part of that, InshaAllah.
Argue as much as you want, You'll never make anyone believe that Assad is the good guy. When he's going to face death, he'll know what's good or bad, But it'll be to late. If I were him, I'd repent and hide in a hole made for rats. The 60.000 he's killed will get their revenge, The great punishment will be after his death.
Washington (CNN) -- President Barack Obama has signed a covert directive authorizing U.S. support for Syrian rebels battling President Bashar al-Assad's forces, U.S. officials told CNN on Wednesday.
The secret order, referred to as an intelligence "finding," allows for clandestine support by the CIA and other agencies.
WASHINGTON — A small number of C.I.A. officers are operating secretly in southern Turkey, helping allies decide which Syrian opposition fighters across the border will receive arms to fight the Syrian government, according to American officials and Arab intelligence officers.
The weapons, including automatic rifles, rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and some antitank weapons, are being funneled mostly across the Turkish border by way of a shadowy network of intermediaries including Syria’s Muslim Brotherhood and paid for by Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, the officials said.
Rebel sources in Hatay told me last night that not only is Turkey supplying light arms to select battalion commanders, it is also training Syrians in Istanbul. Men from the unit I was embedded with were vetted and called up by Turkish intelligence in the last few days and large consignments of AK-47s are being delivered by the Turkish military to the Syrian-Turkish border. No one knows where the guns came from originally, but no one much cares.
Syrian rebels are being armed by Saudi Arabia and Qatar, The Independent has learnt, in a development that threatens to inflame a regional power struggle provoked by the 15-month-old uprising against the Assad regime.
However, three weeks ago, members of the loose assortment of rebel groups that comprises the FSA said they had received multiple shipments of arms including Kalashnikov assault rifles, BKC machine guns, rocket-propelled grenades and anti-tank weaponry from Gulf countries and that Turkey was assisting in the delivery of the weapons.
"The Turkish government helped us to be armed," said one member of the FSA living in the Turkey-Syria border area. He claimed that the weapons had arrived at a Turkish port via ship and were then driven to the border without interference from Turkish authorities.
PARIS — France announced Tuesday that it was recognizing the newly formed Syrian rebel coalition and would consider arming the group, seeking to inject momentum into a broad Western and Arab effort to build a viable and effective opposition that would hasten the end of a stalemated civil war that has destabilized the Middle East.