Good question! Where are Syrian Christians heading now? The Alawites/Druze might go to the Iraqi border and settle there, or join the Hizbollah gangs to defend their sect from the Anglo-Saxon-Sunni coalition. Christians were foolish for not having their own enclaves in Syria, Iraq and Egypt. By the way, what role does the Alawite population in Turkey play? There are about 500,000 Alawites in Anatolia.
Let's pray for the safety and wellbeing of our Christian brothers and sisters!
France did establish the nation of Lebanon as a Christian nation, but the Muslim minority eventually became the majority as it did throughout the Near and Middle East. This isn't only because of a higher birthrate among the Muslims, but because the Christians are forced to leave in order to escape persecution.
The Alawites are moderate Muslims, and I know that Israel offered them the Golan Heights. It is a smart move on Israel's part, because maintaining control of the Golan Heights has always been a problem for them, and if the Alawites (and Christians), are settled there, it would act as a buffer zone and protect them from the more extreme Islamists in control of Syria.
The Syrian troops have pulled away from the border with Turkey in order to protect Damascus, and the control of the borders has been given to the Kurds. I see a Kurdistan in the making, and it serves Turkey right. Turkey created the rebellion and anarchy in order to grab a chunk of Syria, but with a Kurdistan building up next to them, they might end up losing a chunk of their own nation.