Lieberman has the right to broadcast opinions as long as he knows the risks. That is his prerogative and whether or not they are policy remains to be seen. Lieberman is 100% correct in his assessment of Assad. Assad is sort of at a crossroads as he finds himself catering to too many factions and doesn't have any results until the Golan is back in Syria's fold and he has Syrian and Iranian forces standing on Israel's border.
Former ruling party in Yemen says it accepts UN-brokered peace plan (Reuters)
from the article: Syria: We're ready for peace, but also for war