The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant organization consist of Non-Syrian majority ( the proportion is nearly 85% ).
The most important is that their final goals radically different from the goals of Syrian people’s revolution in pluralism and democracy, while the organization is aimed to establish Islamic “Khilafah”.
For this and other reasons, The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant organization most considered third party in the conflict, and can’t be considered in any case a party of Syrian opposition, even though The Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab Republic describe them as ant government groups.
The entry of such groups to Syria has led to focus the Western Interest on them, and put it in the spot light instead of al-Assad regime, as give kind of legitimacy to Assad, who kept saying from the beginning of Syrian revolution to this date that he is fighting terrorism not Syrian people.
Now many effective states used such organizations as pretext to disable the support of rebellious Syrian people, and even some countries use them as an excuse to return to al-Assad regime and making deals with him, considering that this states are fighting ” terrorist or radical” groups as a priority exceed the importance of protecting the Syrian people from that regime, who commits crimes against humanity and war crimes against his people.