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Monday, July 30, 2012

Will FSA mercenaries hijack the Syrian Revolution?

Published on Jul 30, 2012 by enqilab : Iraq is still too hot. Turkey is too open & the military is no longer powerful. That's leave Lebanon and there is always the willing party & one that suppose to dominate the Lebanon Parliament, the Future Movement. Will the events managers put a concerted effort to make it feasible for the FSA mercenaries to hijack the Syrian Revolution via the future movement of Lebanon?


Beirut, Jul 30 (AFP): Syria's rebels distributed today a "national salvation draft" proposal for a political transition in the country, bringing together military and civilian figures for a post-Bashar al-Assad phase.

AJE reported : Syrian rebels distribute 'national salvation draft' proposal for a political transition after Assad

Syria's rebels distributed on Monday a "national salvation draft" proposal for a political transition in the country, bringing together military and civilian figures for a post-Bashar al Assad phase.

The draft by the joint command of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) proposes the establishment of a higher defence council charged with creating a presidential council, which in turn would bring together a total of six military and civilian figures to lead a future transition.

The proposal "meets all the revolution's demands," said the umbrella Military Council Joint Command, based in the central province of Homs.

When Syria's uprising first turned into an armed insurgency, various factions of fighters generally had little or no coordination with each other as they separately battled President Assad's forces.

This has changed with time, with the Joint Command, headed by Colonel Kassem Saadeddine, emerging as an increasingly representative coordination body for the FSA inside Syria.

Source | 30 July 2012