What is going on in Syria? Since March of this year Syrians have been protesting against the government of President Bashar al Assad, and thousands have been killed in the resulting clashes with the Syrian military. The opposition ranges from extremist Muslims to liberal secularists and they have very different ideas about how to bring about the downfall of the government. But they do not represent all Syrians. Many people support the government, including minorities like Christians, Druze and Alawites who have fared well under Assad's secular rule. Reese Erlich travels throughout Syria and into refugee camps across the border to talk to business people, religious and political leaders and ordinary Syrians about the current unrest, the impact of economic sanctions and their hopes for the future of Syria.