Comment: The Syrian revolution is part of a global, radical push for freedom that cannot be suppressed - ignore it at your peril, writes Salameh Kaileh.
Comment: The Syrian regime claims to be fighting the IS group, when in reality it is using it to destroy the Syrian revolution, argues Salameh Kaileh.
Comment: Is there a reason for the slow elimination of leading figures in the Syrian regime, asks Salameh Kaileh.
Comment: Iran is beginning to see signs of revolt. From the poorest to the middle classes, Iranians are no longer tolerating the regime, says Salameh Kaileh.
Comment: Any solution that does not start with the removal of Assad and his power in Syria will most certainly fail, writes Salameh Kaileh.
Comment: Iran and Saudi Arabia have intervened in a number of conflicts as they seek to extend their interests. The conditions are there for a regional war, says Salameh Kaileh.
Comment: The last four years have transformed Syria and Syrian society completely. There can be no going back.
Ankara is deluding itself that the current US involvement in the war against the IS might serve its interests.
The attacks in Paris have brought the war on terror back in a new guise. It will only serve to further undermine what the Arab revolutions tried to accomplish.
The rise of extremism and sectarianism means that the fall of Assad is now not enough to build a better Syria - revolutionaries need to reject hateful ideologies to realise their original goals of freedom and democracy.