The majority of the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution this week, calling on Syria's President to end the oppostion crackdown, and give up power. Russia and China are against the move, and want the rebels to also lay down weapons and join talks.It's a year since the uprising started and Damascus is vowing to reform, even as the killing continues. And a top U.S. intelligence chief has admitted that Al-Qaeda could be operating in Syria. That's led political analyst Kamel Wazne to conclude that Washington is getting friendly with terrorists.