"One of the leaders of the Syrian opposition groups appeal to the arab leaders not to rebuild the relationship to the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad."
"I am surprised that my brothers stretches out a hand and build relationships with this regime," says Nars al-Hariri, who is in exile in saudi Arabia."
"the Statement is made partly against the background of the United arab emirates and Bahrain recently re-opened their embassies in Syria. A few days after the United arab emirates opened its embassy traveled with the Sudanese president, Omar al-Bashir of sudan to Syria."
"After almost eight years of civil war between Syrian government, opposition groups and the islamic militants now controls the regime of two-thirds of the country's surface. Opponents to al-Assad looks with deep sleep on, while the regime is on the way to win the war with the help of Iran, Russia and the lebanese shiarörelsen Hezbollah."