A provisional government is needed to claim control over the embassies around the world and increase the diplomatic isolation of the regime. Local governments are needed in order to manage the liberated territories. But a charter is needed as well in order to govern the operations of all governments. If a charter is well-drafted it could finally provide that much needed vision for the future of the country and could serve as the nucleus for a future national constitution. After 2 years of bloodshed, and seeing that the conflict could still drag on for few more years, it’s about time we began discussing the specifics of what we are exactly fighting for.
Leaked video shows pro-Assad Alawite militias beaten a prisoner to death in revenge for their fallen colleagues http://youtu.be/3l-cW_WB2_Y
Syrian opposition members and expatriates celebrate the launch of a new hospital at Bab el-Hawa, a border crossing between Syria and Turkey http://youtu.be/gQWJhbo3Yj0 , http://youtu.be/gQWJhbo3Yj0
Rebels in Basr Al-Harir, Daraa take possession of a tank http://youtu.be/ta3TuyasysE Scenes from the clashes http://youtu.be/vR_umr9KwhU , http://youtu.be/LUxaIny56II , http://youtu.be/sKwjr-cvvPw
Rebels in Damascus take control of the Political Security headquarters in Harasta Suburb in Eastern Ghoutah http://youtu.be/OZqT3n4GVXE In Mazzeh, the regime uses missile launchers station in the Mazzeh Military Airport to target restive suburbs in the south http://youtu.be/4EPoLNDpXvs
Scenes from the clashes in Taftanaz Military Airport http://youtu.be/BjPv25gQFCA , http://youtu.be/VSkcw8bzMBs , http://youtu.be/G2qFSeJ97a8