Mar Gregorios Yohanna Ibrahim, the Archbishop of Aleppo, Syria's second largest city tells host Marco Werman that although most Syrian Christians continue to support the Assad regime, they may soon be fleeing the country.
The league, meeting in Cairo, urged Syria to form a national unity government with the opposition within two months. A government official called the plan "flagrant interference" in Syria's internal affairs, state TV said.
Tensions continue to rise in Syria, where the mandate of the Arab League observer mission expired Thursday. The mission was supposed to ease the crackdown on dissent. But the BBC's Lina Sinjab found many accounts of continuing violence.
As the Syrian government continues its siege of its own communities, more Syrian soldiers are choosing to desert the Army and head for the only place they feel safe: in Lebanon. From there, some are joining the Free Syrian Army, a shadowy group that tries to protect Syrian protesters.