America turns from diplomacy to help the Syrian opposition

America turns from diplomacy to help the Syrian opposition

Posted 24/07/2012 08:54 AM

Babinaoz (Reuters) – said U.S. sources yesterday that the government of President Barack Obama in the transformation of the focus of its policy of Syria for UN diplomacy, which reached a dead end now looking for ways to provide more support for opposition forces, including providing them with more communications equipment and intelligence-sharing .
The increase in U.S. efforts to help the Syrian opposition at a time when Washington from Ichetrunha traveling from Western countries and Arab to help step up pressure on President Bashar al-Assad, who reveals the weakness last week after the deadly bombing that targeted his inner circle.
The sources said that the attack bold and attacks opponents in the largest cities in Syria and challenge the right of veto on the decisions to impose sanctions on Syria at the United Nations has made U.S. officials are stepping up their plans of emergency for a possible fall of the Assad from power.
With the aide of President Obama is reluctant to forecast how long he could Abakaha Assad in power, they trying their best to develop a plan to protect stocks of chemical weapons in Syria, and to prevent the disintegration of the country along sectarian lines.
is that Washington is preparing to provide communications equipment and additional training to help the opposition to improve its capabilities in command and control coordination between the fighters.
The official said a senior U.S. Reuters: “We want to help them become more homogeneous in terms of their ability to provide a common vision and ability to connect and communicate with each other. ”
However, Washington remains concerned about the role of Islamic elements in the opposition against a lion, it showed signs also that some intelligence on the movements of troops Assad started to reach groups opposition. Can not know the details of the exchange of such intelligence.
One said “politics have changed a bit.” The source familiar with White House policy on Syria, on condition of anonymity, “We do not do anything deadly, but we offer more help.”
Source: babnews