Thursday, November 8, 2012

Unite to Success

DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Syrian opposition leaders say they have made progress toward forging a broad-based leadership group sought by the international community.
Riad Seif, the author of the proposal, says the main opposition bloc, the Syrian National Council, deferred a decision until after a final round of internal elections Friday. Seif says some of the SNC members present during day-long talks Thursday signaled they accept the idea of setting up a new 60-member leadership group.
The leadership group is to serve as a conduit for foreign support for those trying to oust President Bashar Assad.
The SNC is hesitant because it would receive only 22 seats to make room for activists inside Syria. Seif says the SNC will make a final decision Friday afternoon, after picking a new chief and executive committee.
Syrian opposition they have to speak united voice, yes it is difficult but without the pie how can you fighting about the size of  your potion? How could you fight while every single day your children are dying? How could you fight every single day your brothers are dying? SNC members are out of touch, they don't feel the pain and agony of their people inside Syria and the refugee camps.   Activists inside Syria they are the true revolutionary, they are paying for their own blood for this revolution, they have to be at the center stage!