Syria

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The civil war in Syria is continuing, though at a less intensive pace, but it has been abundantly clear for months that Russia- Putin, President Bashar Assad and his government have won. After three years of military intervention, Moscow has solidified its proxy position and now have a Military base, port as well in the Mediterranean. it would also make the mistake of pouring US. taxpayer money into a country which is immaterial to America’s national security policy in the Middle East and in which the US now has no real influence, input, Furthermore the United Nations estimated it will take at least $250 billion to bring Syria back to its pre-war potential. Other estimates are far higher. Assad has won the war, but he now presides over a destroyed hospital system, and a population that is grieving by the death Caused by Muslim Terrorists, and in many cases now homeless as entire cities lie in ruins,

The Muslim Arab Spring has made this into the worst calamity of the 21st century. The Muslim Arab Spring was a series of anti-government protests, uprisings and armed rebellions that spread across the Middle East in early 2011 and has failed, and they have no one to blame but themselves for the mostly negative consequences now. Just like the warmonger Ukrainian Government now too. In post-Arab Spring Egypt, Muslim attacks on Christians are rising … Egypt, Tunisia, and Yemen entered an uncertain transition period, Syria and Libya were drawn into a civil conflict with the Muslim terrorists, the true infidels, As hard line murderous , immoral Islamist were concerned with enforcing their strict religious norms.

The Syria Muslims Terrorist have falsely drawn in foreign powers and they next brought misery and death to Syrians. Syrian civil war grew out of a Muslim uprising against the secular regime of President Bashar AL-Assad in March 2011, a major part of Arab Spring uprisings in the Middle East. Violent acts triggered a major response by the Government, dragging the country into a full-scale civil war the Muslim Terrorists lost next. Syria’s geographical position at the heart of the oil rich Middle and its fiercely independent foreign policy made it a pivotal country in the Arab world. For these reasons, global powers such as the US, European Union want to be in control there. Syria’s strategic importance has turned the civil war into an international contest for regional influence, with both sides drawing diplomatic and military support from various foreign sponsors. Russia, Iran, the Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah, and to a lesser extent Iraq and China, are the main allies of the Syrian regime. Syria is a diverse society, home to Muslims and Christians, with a Kurdish and Armenian ethnic minority.

Russia and the United States seemed to agree that any Syria outcome should reassure Israel about its security needs. “The south of Syria should be brought to the full compliance with the treaty of 1974 about the separation of forces — about separation of forces of Israel and Syria,” said Putin, speaking “This will bring peace to Golan Heights, and bring a more peaceful relationship between Syria and Israel, and also to provide security of the State of Israel.” Trump in his remarks said Israel’s security was preeminent both in American and Russian considerations of Syria Russia’s de facto ally in assisting the Assad regime’s bid for survival, will be absent from that region, as will its proxy, the Lebanese militia Hezbollah. For Russia, however, Assad staying in place is a bottom line: That’s the mission to which it committed troops, hardware and reputation for the past seven years. “We need to strengthen the humanitarian effort,” he said. “By that, I mean above all, humanitarian aid to the Syrian people, and help the regions where refugees living abroad can return to.” Putin. Putin, Erdogan, Rouhani to meet in Iran for talks on ‘normalization’ in Syria, seeking an end to the Syrian conflict, and

will consider “further joint efforts to ensure long-term normalization of the situation in Syria. Russia’s President Putin and Iran’s President Rouhani have condemned US action against Syria. Regime change is too often a false, failed Washington Policy. The US Objects to Syrian citizens being killed by Russia, and Syria but hypocritical not those killed by the US, 

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani called for an objective investigation into the suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria’s Idlib province.

With the Nord Stream 2 pipeline –Russia will still supply Germany with vast amounts of Russian gas – would not be derailed by American ire over the project as the US wants to sell fuel, gas to Germany instead. US president Donald Trump has repeatedly said the deal makes Germany too reliant on Russian resources, and has appeared to insist Berlin should buy American instead. Nord Stream 2 will bypass Ukraine by going directly under the Baltic sea, meaning – which is the historical transit route for such gas – Ukraine would lose out on millions of pounds worth of transit rents. Due to it” s own warmongering policies

Now seven “years ago, many among Egypt’s minority Orthodox Coptic Christians thought the discrimination they had long faced from Muslims would begin to disappear when President Hosni Mubarak was ousted in Egypt’s revolution and the military seized control of the country. But in the years since then, as an Islamist government was elected and overthrown, that sense of hope evaporated. Attacks against Christians have intensified as mistrust between Christians and Muslims deepens. Today, community leaders and human rights activists say the smallest of matters are setting off violence.“

And Trump should be dealing much more in the Middle East as well with this issue of persecuted Christians rather than dealing with Russia, Syria, Russia is nor persecuting, killing the Christians even if some Jews are still. US. policy in the Middle East should serve one narrow purpose: to protect and defend the American people. The US. must be smarter with its money. Syria is a bad investment, both financially and geopolitically for the US.

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