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Analysis: Syria faces neo-mujahideen struggle


The Assad government will have to face a full scale insurgency – foreign sponsored – , a “neo-mujahideen” struggle that looms over Syria according to Victor Kotsev. He argues that countries with the greatest stakes in Syria, namely: Turkey, United States and Russia and of course Syria itself are all using the failed ceasefire and the U.N. observers mission as a means to gain time in order to reassert their individual political and military strategies. Particularly Turkey who, for now, is giving asylum on its side of the border to the Free Syrian Army.

Asia Times Online, China

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