After two years of bloodshed, the Syrian opposition remains divided
Infighting and competing foreign interests have prevented the Syrian National Coalition from uniting behind its president, Sheik Ahmad Moaz al-Khatib.
Two years after the outbreak of the rebellion in Syria, the opposition is this week expected to choose a temporary prime minister. It will or won't happen, in Istanbul, where the general council of the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, known as the Syrian National Coalition, is meeting to decide whether or not to establish a temporary government. Sheik Ahmad...
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