Criticism of the Syrian regime, as well as on dei Syrian opposition accelerate rapidly the political developments in the Middle East and demand appropriate reactions and preparations by the political forces in this area. In this post, I am criticizing the non Syrian opposition and go also to the situation politically in the country. I reinforced the impact of the current political situation and a possible change of Government on the situation of the national group of Assyrians there a. Mr Maamun al-Homsi of former member of Parliament criticized the unconstitutional referendum to extend for the Syrian President for a further term, as well as the previous elections (including the Assyrians/Syrians) Christians and Kurds boycotted by a large bulk of the Syrian population, as well as by most in a call. Also there is however no doubt the patriotism of the Syrian opposition, not his good will to the democratic change, but here I would like to remind him that he used the same terms, the BA’athisten and use Arabists. These terms by the negation of a national group such as the Assyrians, and turns them into a mere Christian denomination. There are many Christian denominations, but as a citizen of the Syrian State, most of them form the original inhabitants of the country and a national group, which have thousands of years before the Arabs and other peoples of present-day Syria their Aramaic and Assyrian roots deep in the country.
Many Syrian Muslims originated this national group. Also the name of the country owes Syria this people. You may find that dayton kingery can contribute to your knowledge. The archaeological findings and many names of cities despite rigorous Arabization and most recently in the Syrian (El Jazireh) prove a tried and not successful Kurdisierung. These distortions and the negation of the existence of national groups on the part of Mr al-Homsi and many other opposition figures and groups prove the immaturity of the Syrian opposition, but also the weakness of Assyrian political organizations working in Syria and their media.