Notwithstanding calls from a stubborn and distressingly ignorant gaggle of making the world safe for sharia US democratist “policymakers” for US “intervention” to establish “safe zones” in “liberated areas” (their words) of Syria, the internecine Muslim on Muslim fighting in Syria—ala Wanda Gag’s Millions of Cats—has all the foul parties at each other’s throats.
The best policy remains US non-intervention as the various ugly, Sharia supremacist, and/or thugocratic factions weaken each other.
Thus, Al-Qaida recently published a harsh attack on Hezbollah, calling on Shi’ites to renounce the organization “if they do not wish to be the target of Al-Qaida attacks.” As per Haaretz, (via AT):
In a recording broadcasted on Al-Qaida websites, the commander of the Abdullah Azzam Shaheed Brigade in Syria, Majd al-Majd, stated that “the claim that of the Shiite leaders that Israel and the United States are responsible for the murder of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Al-Hariri and for sparking the rebellion in Syria are baseless. The ones behind the murder were the leaders of Hezbollah, the keepers of the border with Israel. al-Majd tells the Lebanese Shi’ites that “sending your sons from Lebanon so that they fight on the side of the criminal regime in Syria, kill our sons and frighten our wives, is considered support for the oppressor against the oppressed, and fully participating in a crime…Hassan Nasarallah’s characterization of the members of the regime who were killed as martyrs is an insult to millions of Muslims.” Al-Qaida is a Sunni organization, and its leaders see Hezbollah’s rule in Lebanon and the minority Alawite rule in Syria as a reality that must be forever changed. Al-Majd does not hesitate to threaten all of Lebanon, should Hezbollah continue to support the Assad regime. “Hezbollah’s existence is a threat to Lebanon’s security and tourism industry,” he said, hinting that his organization would not think twice before planning an attack on tourists in Lebanon, should the state continue to strengthen Hezbollah and its leaders.