Syrian Oppostion Groups Infighting for Power sharing , while the Syrian Forces take Control of Major Area of Homs and Aleppo


Syrian rebel groups InfightingJNN 9 July 2013 Damascus : Recently there have been clashes and extreme rivalry  between Opposition groups of the Legitimate Syrian Government , as the Rival factions are Unable to form a Umbrella group to represent the Whole Opposition , at the National and International Forums . While the Syrian Government forces are busy cleansing the Major area of Homs and Aleppo from the Infested terrorist Networks .

Syria’s rebellion has been divided across several different factions for quite some time. The divisions are still growing, and it is hard to imagine the opposition ever coming to any sort of real agreement.

As analysts say the opposition can’t afford to lose support of the extremist groups fighting against the government in Syria while they can’t gain international support either as long as they are engaged in an extremist battle which has shown ugly faces of hatred with no respect for human life.

The so-called Syrian National Coalition (SNC) reflects both the ambitions of the US and its utter failures, as the group continues to struggle with leadership battles and with little support among the fighters on the ground, news analyst Jason Ditz wrote in an article for Antiwar.

“The group finally agreed to another president, Ahmed Assi al-Jabra, but the compromise choice and the time it took to reach that decision just underscores the SNC’s weak position”.

The analyst believed the situation is getting worse for the US and Saudi Infested Terrrorist Networks, as the coup in Egypt has more and more of the rebels opposed to the idea of democracy on general principle, having learned the lesson that force of arms trumps voter support.

“The SNC isn’t exactly a straightforward pro-democracy group, but as it courts support from Western nations it must at least give that appearance, and certainly can’t endorse rebel fighters who see military conquest as the safest route to rule, and as a result they will continue to struggle to get even nominal support from those factions, which are the most influential on the ground”.

While The Syrian army has purged another district near Homs from militants during an ongoing cleanup operation in the strategic city.

According to Our Correspondent, army soldiers clashed with foreign-backed militants in the town of al-Khalediye, located on the southwestern outskirts of Homs, during which they successfully gained control over the whole area on Monday.

The army also found and released a number of abducted citizens in militants’ dens during its door-to-door search.

Syrian government forces say militants were equipped with heavy weaponries and backed up by several snipers positioned in different parts of the town.

Following a recent US call for an immediate arms delivery to militants fighting the Syrian government, insurgents announced the reception of new advanced weapons from their foreign supporters.

There are also reports of heavy clashes in several other towns near Homs including Bab al-Hawa and Jour al-Shayah.

The Syrian army has been advancing apace in Homs, looking to break a lengthy stalemate in the city, which has been the scene of fierce fighting over the past year.

The two sides have been trading artillery fire in Homs for months, but the army started an all-out operation on May 30th to purge the city from foreign-backed militants.

The Syrian army has continued its massive mop-up operation in Aleppo countryside of al-Rashedin and totally cleared the region of the foreign-backed militant groups, Al-Alam reports.

As part of a long battle to regain control over the ancient city, the Syrian army has conducted successful operations against the militants inside their hideout during the mop-up operation and re-captured several besieged areas.

According to Our Correspondent , there are only few buildings in al-Rashedin area which are besieged by foreign-backed militants.

Elsewhere, in a separate operation, Syrian army troops also has continued its mop-up operation near Damascus northern suburb of al-Ghabelon.

The army also cleared the region of Harasta, northeastern suburb of Damascus, of armed militants.

In Aleppo, some heavy clashes were also reported around the central prison of city, in which the army troops have killed dozens of militants.

According to reports, some shells smashed into a central prison in the embattled city of Aleppo, killing six prisoners.

Reports also indicated that scores of militants were killed in the northwestern strategic city of Aleppo and its suburbs during clashes with the Syrian soldiers during last month.

Syria crisis started in March 2011, when pro-reform protests turned into a massive insurgency following the intervention of Western and regional states.

The unrest, which took in terrorist groups from across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, has transpired as one of the bloodiest conflicts in recent history.

As the foreign-backed insurgency in Syria continues without an end in sight, the US government boosts its political and military support to Takfiri extremists.

Washington has remained indifferent about warnings by Russia and other world powers about the consequences of arming militant groups.

 

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