Members of the Pakistani Taliban told Reuters on Sunday that they have set up training camps and claimed they have sent hundreds of men to Syria.
Following the removal of Egypt's Islamist president from power, Islamist rebels of Syria say 'sword' is the only way to change social injustice.
An analysis of Egypt’s Syria and Nile River policies.
Nader Bakkar, whose party has been at odds in recent months with the ruling Muslim Brotherhood, criticises Morsi's new stance on Syria.
'In support of Syrian uprising,' Egypt's president decides to shut down Syria's mission in Cairo, before warning of 'planned violence' in Egypt on 30 June.
Sunni Muslim clerics condemn Syria conflict as 'war on Islam' during meeting with President Morsi in Cairo.
As al-Qaeda and its various branches take advantage of instability throughout the Middle East.
The eruption of the Arab revolts put power relations among Middle Eastern countries in a state of flux, and both winners and losers have emerged.
Iraqi Kurdish youth have reportedly been fighting alongside jihadists in Syria.
Amid growing reports of Tunisians going to Syria to fight the regime, some argue these "jihadists" are merely disenfranchised youth, brainwashed by Salafists.