|Basilica of the Immaculate Conception - Our Lady of Lebanon Chapel (Photo credit: Serge Melki)|
Will there ever be chance of Settlement in Syria, these are some of the questions we have been asking. Some of the topics that came up again purely for reference for you the reader are about al Qaeda, Arab Spring, Bashar al-Assad, Damascus, Middle East, negotiate, Sunni Syria and the United States who seem to come into most post here for some reason.
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Mehmet Ali writes from Damascus: about the Bashar al Assad’s regime.
He takes a look at the allies here in the UK and in Paris and queries the power of Al Qaeda?
Mehmet brakes down the phases Syria has already gone through into bite size chunks so you understand them more easily.
This has to be one of the most up to date comprehensive posts you will find on the Internet today.
Mehmet like most posts, adds The United States into the mix and outlines the Syrian National Council government structure of Syria, Britain, France, Turkey and boils down into a winning formula that government should adhere to succeed .
|Lebanon Mosque (Photo credit: Côte d’Azur)|
So he takes his outline of settlement in Syria one step further by describing the Arab Spring in Cairo and how a strategic location can really help. Some you might not know this so I will explain. Mehmet reminded me this is no longer a civil war there many other countries have tried to help Shias. Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States and more importantly now all of them have a financial interest in the city Shia Alawite, the reasons for this I am not 100% sure.
|Billboard with portrait of Assad and the text God protects Syria |
on the old city wall of Damascus 2006 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
From Lebanese civil war coast to coast warfare, battles on land, sea and air. The strategic battle plans, the positions of power on the global board, the locations on the map of importance and naturally the reasons why these places are of importance to whom. How long these battles took place and how long they can possibly last right now with the resources at hand and the fighters available in each country.
|A New Home in Syria|
|syria (Photo credit: ewixx)|
The good news is we have Mehmet on the ground level reporting and clarifying the news for you so you do not need to do any hard work. You can check in read the article and leave in the knowledge you know enough for today about this topic.
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