How to navigate the roads of Syria
In a world that has been divided into different ethnic and religious groups, how can we navigate the different ways of life, even if we live on the same street?
The Syrian government says the war is part of a larger struggle against terrorism, but there are many Syrians who don’t share the government’s narrative.
They want to see the country turn into a democracy, with all its rights and freedoms for all, they say.
The Syrian opposition is not a political party but a popular movement that is united by its desire to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad, the country’s leader, who was toppled by protests in March 2011.
It is now trying to organize a dialogue among all political factions, with the aim of ending the conflict and opening a future for Syria.
We need a dialogue between the opposition, the government, the international community, the Arab and international community.
It’s important that we all go to a solution, we need a political solution, and it’s important to reach out to the Syrian people.
And that is the role of the Syrian opposition, and its goal is to bring all sides to the table.
In some ways, the opposition is more popular than the government.
The opposition is a popular force in the country, which is the biggest and most powerful.
The government does not have a lot of supporters in the opposition.
The opposition has the support of the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Turkey and the European Union.
It has also had support from other countries like Russia, which has backed the opposition with weapons.
There are many people who do not want to get involved in the conflict, but they believe that the government has the responsibility to help the opposition to achieve a peaceful end to the conflict.
The people believe that Assad’s downfall would help the people of Syria to come out of the war.
It’s important for the Syrian government to be involved in this, because we need to make a change in the way of life.
But we also need to work with the opposition and the internationals, to reach a political resolution to this problem.
The main opposition figure, Haitham al-Damasri, is in exile in Germany, where he is also a professor of political science.
He is also one of the main players in the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors violence in Syria.
In Germany, Damasri is a key figure in the group that is trying to get rid of the Assad regime, he told Al Jazeera.
He’s also a vocal critic of the government and believes that the country has to move towards a democratic system.
I am also a leader in the resistance, I think that we need the people to go to the government as well, and the people have to be in the government if there’s going to be any progress.
The international community and the Arab League have been trying to broker a political settlement in Syria since 2014, but the US and the EU have vetoed it, arguing that the opposition must first give up its armed struggle and become a legitimate political party.
Damasrisi said that the international groups and the Assad government had a lot to gain from this.
We have to realise that the Syrian conflict is not just a political conflict, it’s also about the lives of the people.
If we are to achieve peace, we have to get back to the truth of the conflict between Assad and the opposition or we will be back to chaos and civil war.
We have to talk to the people in a democratic way and the Syrians need to know that they have their rights.
They are also the biggest supporters of the revolution, so we have the right to be there.
We also have to make peace with the Assad people.
We don’t have a choice.
We are going to make sure that this situation is resolved peacefully and that the Syrians can move forward, he said.
The UN and the United Nations Special Envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura have been working on a political transition plan that would see Syria become a democratic country.
De Mistura has said that there is no alternative to Assad remaining in power.
He said he would work with foreign countries to try to negotiate a solution that would allow Syrians to be able to elect their president and hold free and fair elections, which are the right of all Syrians.
In an interview with Al Jazeera, de Misture said he was not interested in the idea of an elected government.
De Mirtura said he wanted to start with a process that would pave the way for a democratic transition.
He said there are a number of issues that need to be resolved first before he would talk about a political agreement.
The first thing is the country needs to be liberated.
It needs to have the means to hold elections.
The other issue is the economy, which needs to change and it needs to become a sustainable economy.
He also said he hoped the government would work to ensure that Syrian refugees who are currently in Turkey or Greece would return to their countries.
De mistura said the Syrian crisis is not about the US