Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Do Not Diverts Attention from Syrian Conflict

BEIRUT — For the embattled Syrian regime, the crudely produced film mocking Islam that has unleashed fury across the Muslim world could not have come at a better time.

Images of furious protesters targeting Western diplomatic sites in Libya, Egypt, Pakistan and elsewhere have diverted the world’s gaze from the bloodstained streets of Syria, where President Bashar Assad is trying to crush an 18-month-old uprising.

The crisis over the film also has reinvigorated militant rhetoric that US and Israel are the real enemies of Muslims, taking the heat off of both Assad and his loyal and powerful ally in neighboring Lebanon, the militant group Hezbollah.

I think Syrian revolutionary FSA their social media publicities should focuses on their uprising on the ground, make sure the world attention not take away from daily mascara on the ground by the terrorist Assad regime.