It appears that a failed UN resolution asking for Syria's president to step down may be a green light for UN veto wielding member UK to take matters into its own hands.
It is reported that both British and Qatari special operations units are operating with rebel forces under cover in the Syrian city of Homs.
What dangerous precedent does this set? Is this in coordination with US and its special operation forces, especially since US Secretary of State said --after Russia and China vetoed the UN resolution-- that the US would take matters into its own hands? Syria and Western interference along with Arab countries like Qatar's role is the subject of this edition of the Press TV's News Analysis.