Syrian opposition must unite in order for the revolution to succeed

The Syrian Revolution is approaching its sixth year since the popular uprising started against the Assad regime in March 2011, where the Syrian people took to the streets asking for legitimate rights like democratic reforms and more civil rights but achieving these demands now seems to be much more difficult than ever. The uprising against… Read More Syrian opposition must unite in order for the revolution to succeed

Why the opposition couldn’t break the siege on Aleppo?

Overview The Syrian opposition forces launched a second offensive on the western suburbs of Aleppo, the “Battle for the Hero-Martyr Abu Omar al-Saraqib” or “The mother of all battles” as described by the opposition as a possible deciding the outcome of the Syrian conflict. The objective of the offensive was to establish a new supply… Read More Why the opposition couldn’t break the siege on Aleppo?

Battle of Aleppo: will it be a turning point in the Syrian war?

The Syrian regime forces backed by Iranian backed militant groups and Russian airforce have been advancing in the northern suburbs of Aleppo and have been capturing Syrian opposition held areas rapidly, which managed them to reach and to end the opposition three year siege on the Shiite towns of Nubul and Zahra, this advancement has… Read More Battle of Aleppo: will it be a turning point in the Syrian war?

Does the Free Syrian Army no longer exists?

As always the Free Syrian Army [FSA] proves to be an active military force combating against Assad regime forces and its allies throughout Syria, and also actively contributing in liberating territories from Assad regime and from the Iranian and Russian occupation in Syria. In the recent years there was many campaigns organized by Assad regime… Read More Does the Free Syrian Army no longer exists?