"The rebel Free Syrian Army on Wednesday threatened to shell positions of the powerful Hezbollah militant group in neighbouring Lebanon after accusing it of firing across the border into territory it controls."
As you’ll have noticed, I have a certain amount of sympathy for the Syrian state. They’ve made plenty of mistakes, and IMHO suffer from having a rather narrow vision and over-cautious strategy, but essentially they have worked to build a decent, dignified, educated and resistant nation, in exceptionally difficult circumstances.
Hezbollah on the other hand deserves an entirely different level of support. It is the only movement that has defeated Israel in the latter’s expansionist wars, and it represents the brightest hope of the people of Palestine and the wider Arab world for a just peace.
So when the Syrian opposition army - the ‘Free Syrian Army’ - threatens to shell Hezbollah, you have a pretty clear indication of where their loyalties lie. Hence I contend that support for the Syrian revolution is tantamount to support for Israeli expansionism and an attack on the Palestinian national project.