Jabhat al-Nusra tank commander sees little alternative to group
Jabhat al-Nusra eyes Idlib for Islamic emirate
Al Qaeda Ally’s Advance Imperils Moderate Syrian Rebels
The Hazm Movement, a US-backed opposition group in Syria, has used TOW anti-tank missiles in support of an operation conducted with a US-designated terrorist group.
Syrian rebels unhappy with coalition airstrikes
US Goal Is to Make Syrian Rebels Viable
How Will US Anti-Jihadist Plan Affect Syria?
Syria becoming home to two competing Islamic states
Al Nusrah Front seizes Syrian town on Turkish border
Al Qaeda group seizes Syrian town on Turkish border
Al Nusrah Front, Islamic State compete for foreign fighters
The White House’s proposal to invest $500 million in training and equipping “vetted” and “moderate” Syrian rebel forces rests on the feeble premise that such forces, if they indeed exist, will be able to operate independently of the al Qaeda-linked groups that dominate the battlefield.
Harakat Hazm: America’s new favorite jihadist group
The Big Weapons that the US May Be Secretly Supplying to the Syrian Rebels
Rebel videos show first US-made rockets in Syria