Both Amarji from the Heretic blog and Abu Kais from Beirut to the Beltway blog are reporting that Syrian opposition figures will soon start operating from Amman and Lebanon. Their news source is Kuwaiti newspaper Al Siyasa. You can see the full article here [Arabic]. Here are some excerpts as translated by the two bloggers. Amarji says:
OK. So, a "well-known opposition figure in Brussels" reports that many former Syrian regime members, with military and security expertise, are currently converging on Lebanon and Jordan to establish bases for future anti-regime operations, promising "two explosions for every explosion and two assassinations for every assassination," all to be carried out with Saudi funding and approval.
Abu Kais adds:
Many houses in Beirut, Tripoli, Akkar, Sidon and Amman have reportedly been put at the disposal of the Syrian opposition. Funding and logistics are being provided by prominent Gulf officials and Western countries, the opposition figure claimed…
… Has the long-awaited march against the Damascus thugs begun? The military tone used by the opposition figure is frightening. But the stakes are high, and the Syrian regime left few other options. Let’s see how this report plays out in the media.
I wonder if the Jordanian media will ever report on this unusual development or will it be kept hush- hush, as is usually the norm. We do live in interesting times, indeed.