Syria: War On Three Fronts
The assassination a fortnight ago of Kamal Hamami, a prominent commander of the pro-Western Syrian Free Army (SFA), by the Jihadist Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) has brought the struggle between these two Syrian opposition groups into the open.
The conflict reflects different visions of Syria’s future, one of a militantly Islamic Sunni nature aligned with al-Qa’ida, and the other more secular...
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