Islamic Front's Military Commander: No to Democracy as Syrians are Thirsty for Islamic State

Zahran Alloush, who is the leader of the "Army of Islam" and now the military commander of the recently formed "Islamic Front," states in a televised interview that he already knows what all Syrians want, and - in his view - they are all thirsty for an Islamic State. He also considers democracy as imperfect that always favors the strong.

The Islamic Front is comprised of around 40,000 to 60,000 fighters. It is considered by the United States as a "moderate" fighting force.