All are on their way to the Arab Summit in Doha. Kings and presidents will have nothing more important to discuss than the Syrian crisis and its humanitarian, political and military repercussions on Syria and the region. There is a seat for Syria and a Syrian flag at the conference, but this time it is not Bashar al-Assad but his rivals who will sit there. The problem is that there is a seat, but there is no president agreed on yet!
As the opposition was insisting on Ghassan Hitto in Doha hotels, colonel Riad al-Asaad, the Free Syrian Army chief, almost lost his life in Deir az-Zour after the regime tried to assassinate him and, as a result, his leg was severed.
We have to ask ourselves ‘why are we really fighting Bashar al-Assad’s regime?’ This entire revolution does not only aim to topple AssadAbdulrahman al-Rashed