The U.S. will focus only on eliminating ISIS and other terror groups as part of its counter-terrorism program, not regime change.
The following is from this week’s “Unauthorized Disclosure” podcast. One of the show’s hosts, Rania Khalek, recently returned from a trip to Lebanon. She traveled to Syria twice and spent time producing journalism on the crisis and war in Syria. In response to events in Aleppo over the past days,
In an interview with CNN, the spokesman for Al-Nusra/Al-Sham said the “new” group will continue to focus solely on Syria and has no plans to attack the US.
The video sparked outrage on social media, especially because it was from one of the so-called “moderate” rebel groups that America was backing.
After negotiating a precarious ceasefire in the Syrian civil war, John Kerry admitted it “may be too late” to preserve Syria as a whole.
So much for the “moderate rebels:” a new report finds ISIS represents the mainstream of the Syrian rebels groups trying to overthrow the Assad government.
Seeking to unseat Bashar Assad, President Obama waived a provision of federal law in order to arm Syrian rebels with direct ties to al-Qaida.