The confrontation between jihadists and moderates in Syria, is just beginning.
Why are we getting involved in this?
The alternative power center in the Syrian revolution is the emerging Salafist jihadist network, Al-Qaeda affiliates or wannabes. Many are Sunnis.
The power of these extremist groups is growing across Syria.
One example is a Salafist group in Idlib called Soukor al-Sham, headed by a man who calls himself Abu Issa. He is now working to form an alliance with a similar Salafist group known as Ahrar al-Sham.
To gather funds, Abu Issa was said to have visited the Turkish border city of Antakya last week to meet with Saudi businessmen who might contribute to his group.
Another jihadist group bidding for power is known as the Majlis al-Shura, or Shura Council.
Finally there is Jabhat al-Nusra, which openly boasts of its links with Al-Qaeda.
This video uses video clips made by different factions in the FSA: