Yes (88% people answered this)
No (6% people answered this)
No opinion (2% people answered this)
No one can represent the Syrian people (1% people answered this)
636 people voted.
For the past 16 months the Syrian land was, and continues to be, soaked with the blood of syrians. The blood of those who asked for their basic rights and freedom, and eventually the blood of those who oppressed them.
We have a cause, The Syrian cause.
it's the future of Syria -the land that was a torch of culture and prosperity for many centuries- the great future that we all know syria has every potential to obtain.
No matter what we will face ahead we have to stay loyal to that cause. it's our mission, and our children's mission to build Syria to be the country it deserves to be.
For a long time now, the western countries demanded clear agendas of who represents the Syrian revolution and what are their goals after the fall of Assad.
The Syrian opposition coalition is now the only & sole representer of the Syrian people, U.S and France already recognized the Syrian coalition. many good things will follow afterwards for the Syrian opposition coalition & namely the revolution, Starting within the next few days the French government is about to announce a new Syrian ambassador, Munzer Makhous, newly named ambassador in France of Syrian opposition.
Others think that this isn't a fair representation of the Syrian revolution and that it doesn't include enough diversity , but again how fair can you be when civilians are under such harsh circumstances and in need of urgent intervention