Comrade Laure sent me this:
"Notice that the FSA is not mentioned in the article at all. In this sentence for example, it is not clear which ones are the FSA. It is clear just how disparate the Syrian opposition has become; it contains a mix of Islamist and Salafist jihadists, radical Muslims, non-religious local and foreign fighters and al Qaeda remnants. But the article talks of "Syrian rebels" which could imply the FSA and tries to portray Jihadists as elements outside these rebels and that the core of the Syrian opposition is not satisfied with them such as in this sentence:"The Syrian rebels know that the presence of jihadists on the battlefield may discourage the support of the international community. "
The article really doesn't define who those rebels are though it says fighters started as army defectors and "Syrian citizens" and those Jihadi elements came later. The article does however try to say that there are non-Jihadi rebel groups but do they mean FSA? I really don't know."