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Military intervention in Syria: For or Against?

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Even if we get rid of Al-Assad.

7SirPaul 4 years ago

The rebels group in Syria are not necessarily more suited than Al-Assad to rule the country.

For example, abhat an-Nu?rah li-Ahl ash-Sh?m, "The Support Front for the People of Greater Syria" is an Al Qaeda associate operating in Syria The group was designated by the United Nations, the United States and the United Kingdom as a terrorist organisation.

The big question is then, if the US take out Al-Assad, what's next for Syria and is the situation improving?

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Submitted by 4ultimate17 4 years ago

At this point, it is the Islamists who form the core of the fight plan. Do we want the power to be put in their hands? Previously, during the time of the former Soviet Union, the CIA had armed the Afghan Taliban who had then turned against the USA. Likewise, is there a possibility that the Islamists, once they have seen the conflict settled in their favor, will turn against USA?

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Submitted by anonymous 4 years ago

In my opinion, this is very probable. The "official" reason for the military intervention in Syria is to prevent human rights abuse and civilians casualties from weapons of mass destruction. Those rebels are already considered as terrorist groups. They aren't be fighting for human rights, they are fighting to take over the control.