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SYRIA: EQUATION WITH TOO MANY UNKNOWNS

In Fanny Lulu's diary on June 2, 2012 at 3:49 pm

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What you see is totally enough to be aware of the situation in Syria since it all started with mass demonstrations and protests against the Assad regime on 15th of march in 2011. From that day to this, cost of Syrian uprising is approximately 14000 dead (the U.N. says it’s 10000) according to the various sourches…Thousands of civilians including ex soldiers, political activists, journalists, intellectuals and considerable number of officials from intra-Ba’ath party opposition have been forming the organisation. On the other hand there have been armed groups which have been adding fuel to the flame in order to breed the chaos and instability in this bloody geography…

What you see is actually all about the people being killed in Syria including women, children, babies, every living creature and plus; stolen dreams, hopeless lives, no more expectations from the “life”?

What you see is regarding the advantages of so many sides such as Russia, Iran, China, Lebanon, Suudi Arabia etc. On the contrary EU States, US, Israel, Iraq, Arab League Members, Turkey (is a country which is very middle of the all sides and is mostly aggrieved for being on border with Syria)  etc…While they were pretending to be interested in the Syria conflict and  producing alleged solutions, everyday hundreds of civilians are dying in Daraa, Homs, İdlib, Damascus, Hama, Latakia, Houla and so on..!

Thanks a million the ones who contributed for the peace in Syria!

Thanks a million The U. S., Britain, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Bulgaria and the Netherlands for expelling Syrian ambassadors from your countries in order to make this contribution!

Thanks a million U.N. for your “NULL” Annan Plan!

For the Friends of Syria meeting that serves no good purpose!

For the speeches of Ban-Ki-Mun and the others that is full of ornamental and familiar (Political) words!

For the “Humanitarial Corridors for the civilians striving to survive”!

For your thoughtfulness and common sense by stating that you are hesitating from the uncertainty which may arise after any military intervention over Syria!

From the bottom of our heart, thanks to all for reminding us you are not very keen on intervening in civil war as  “World Peacekeepers” when there is no oil over there!

Now, Syria is a country where more civilians may die in every minute and so many questions are asked as the answers are so few which it means already “uncertainty”.

In addition to all this, there has been a mistake regarding a photo which was published on BBC internet site on Saturday May 26. The photo was displaying another result of the war which happened in Iraq during the U.S.occupation  in 2003. (another tens of children who were being killed in Iraq War!)

Yes, it’s a photo of  other people’s dead kids but i need to ask you what difference does it make between the wrong and right photo taken in the battlefield where the people are cruelly killed, where the cities are turned to fire circle, where the streets are like graveyards and open-air prison, as well…

SHOULD WE WITNESS THE DEATHS OF MORE CHILDREN IN ORDER TO COMPREHEND THE GRAVITY OF THE MASSACRES IN SYRIA?

SHOULD WE WAIT TILL THE U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION IS HELD ON NOV. 6  IN ORDER TO SEE NO MORE DEATHS OR TO BE DONE SOMETHING GOOD IN SYRIA?

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  1. It’s perhaps worthy to bear in mind that US interventions and UN peacekeeping operations often do more harm than good, as 2003 interventions on Iraq and Afghanistan has proven. In a world where western oriented aids are more of a political asset than an economic one, perhaps listening to what Putin has said might be worthy; That diplomacy should come before a millitary oppression. Thank you for this well-written text.

    • Firstly, i appreciate that you read our blog and shared your valuable ideas with us… Secondly, i do agree with you and want to add that i tried to remark that the international peace keepers! have too many faces and all the time they are talking about “keeping the peace through diplomatic relations bla bla” even if we have recently seen with our naked eyes what was their main reason in Libya and Afganistan (How Gaddafi and Osama bin Laden were killed without any trials!). We are also well-awared that all military interventions of the western powers are based on economic interests. So, at the very first gaze, they have nothing to do with Syria Issue and they seem to walk on eggshells & prefer to stay just like audiences while the civilians and little children have been mercilessly killing over there in every minute. I don’t believe in the power of diplomacy anymore whilst innocent people are dying in this kind of civil war in front of the eyes of the world.

      • Keeping your comments in consideration, maybe another question must be added to the end of your text then:

        IF BOTH MILITARY INTERVENTIONS AND DIPLOMATIC CONNECTIONS FAIL TO COMPREHENSIVELY DEVELOP A PEACEFUL ENVIRONMENT IN AREAS WHERE CIVILIAN SECURITY IS UNDER THREAT, WHAT SHOULD BE AN ALTERNATIVE TO AVOID FURTHER CONFLICT IN SYRIA?

  2. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, that’s a very significant question as the problem itself…Syria is an ocean with full of sharks which are in urgent need of feeding themselves such as Russia, China, Iran, some Arab countries, Turkey and The Western States… This is a kind of obstinacy between the sides and show of force against each other. I am afraid there is one big plan in all in order to reshape The Middle East and this means “war” between the blocks. No one tends to resolve this problem unless they take their interest. No one wants to lose the game (but Turkey is now on the red thin line) and no one wants to care about the innocent civilians as in the past…

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