For about six years Americans and their associates are interfering in the Syrian affairs wishing to remove from power the Syrian President Bashar Assad. It is, however, quite clear their plan failed. In this article, we will shed some light on such failure.
In 2011, some representatives of the neighboring countries requested the Syrian president to step down without any preconditions, and a firm response of the Syrian President was “No”! Certainly, anybody with little common sense wonder what alternative if America and its coalition want the Syrian president to step down.
Is it possible for someone backed by terrorists to come or be elected ? Terrorists who committed crimes against the people and the government who are involved in all kind of crimes and disorder?
Couldn’t the West accept democracy and democratic elections in Syria and support it?
Why they don’t encourage democracy in Syria? Is people’s consensus on a president what democracy all about? Is it not the Syrian people living in Syria who elected the Syrian president ?
It is very clear that the West supports insurgent leaders of ISIS and Nusra Front armed groups, the same people beheading men and children videoing their heinous crimes in their media to distort the image of Islam. Was this not planned and conducted by Americans and their Zionist alliance?
If the enemies of Syria and syrian government succeeded in removing Bashar Alasad, will the situation in Syria be better? Will the killing of people and the blood-bath stop?
Will the Syrian people, once again, have the same life as in the days of Hafiz or Bashar Alasad?
The answer is definitely “No”!
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