We spoke to Abu Abdulrahman, the man who commands a contingent of rebel fighters in the town that has been under a crippling siege for the past six months.
Syrian rebel brigades and religious scholars have issued calls for all able-bodied Muslim men to join the fight against the Assad regime and its allies.
At least five US citizens, including three American-born children, are struggling to survive a Hezbollah-imposed siege that has left Madaya sorely lacking in food and medicine — and with no means of escape.
The Assad regime is resorting to medieval tactics to take a strategic mountain town — and civilians, with food and water cut off, are dying and crying for help.
The Syrian opposition came together for a conference in Saudi Arabia this week — but the pullout of a key player means real peace talks aren't happening just yet.
A coalition of fighters, including the al-Qaeda-aligned Nusra Front, have completely expelled the Syrian army from the province of Idlib.
American aircraft bombed the Islamist Ahrar al-Sham brigade, according to activists — a move which could turn members of the Western-backed opposition against the US and even boost support for IS.
The mysterious attack, allegedly an explosion, killed Ahrar al-Sham’s leader Hassan Aboud.
One revolution, two bloody years, and 11 dark months later, came more Facebook posts—this time calling for: “a day of Anger against ISIS.”
It started with a Facebook post in February 2011. “Together for a Day of Rage in Syria to end the state of emergency in Syria and end corruption." One revolution, two bloody years, and 11 dark months later, came more Facebook posts—this time calling...