Gen. Salim Idris, the commander of the Free Syrian Army, says he's very disappointed that Europe will not immediately ship weapons to his out-gunned fighters. On Monday, the European Union voted to lift its arms embargo against Syria, but they won't ship weapons until after U.S. and Russian led peace talks in Geneva next month.
Meanwhile, the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah is sending thousands of fighters to Syria. Idris calls them the main threat to his forces.
Col. Douglas Macgregor (U.S. Army, retired) breaks down all of the factions involved with Capital Insider.