The leader of al Qaeda linked al-Nusra Front Abu Mohammed al-Golani has delivered an ultimatum to rival faction the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) to accept arbitration to end infighting within five days or it would be expelled from Syria “and even from Iraq.” The warning has come two days after the killing of al Qaeda envoy and Ahrar al-Sham commander Abu Khalid al-Suri in an attack blamed on ISIL. Meanwhile, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said the world has failed Syria, and that the crisis has become a “threat to all.” He stated a robust international strategy and the withdrawal of all foreign fighters was necessary to end the conflict. Read more: