A media official at Jama'a al-Islamiya has said that a group of jihadis are ready to travel to Syria within days to join the rebels.
For years, Hezbollah's popularity across the Arab and Muslim worlds seemed unbreakable but its reputation has taken a dent with its support for Assad in Syria.
According to the Islamic intellectual Tariq Ramadan, the revolutions in the Arab world are either unfinished or have not yet reached their goals.
Syria's minority groups have united against the Assad regime. If wisely managed, this provisional union could lead to a lasting alliance.
From Egypt, Lebanon, Saudia Arabia, and Sudan, Muslim leaders have called for "jihad" against the al-Assad Syrian regime in support of the Syrian people.
Jordan's powerful Muslim Brotherhood called for "jihad" against Bashar al-Assad's regime and support for the rebel army, saying it is "an Islamic duty."
The public sphere has been reclaimed with a vengeance, as Syrians impose their presence on streets and squares, and regain control of their lives.
The International Union of Muslim Scholars issues a statement in support of the newly-formed Syrian National Council.
A decision by Iraq’s parliament to ban a television series depicting the grandsons of the Prophet Mohammad has been questioned by Iraq’s Sunni Islamist Party.
Mustafa el-Labbad, an expert on Turkish-Arab relations, on the thinking behind the Turkish position with respect to the current uprising in Syria.