The West’s enthusiastic support of the Syrian revolutionaries to bring down President Bashar al-Assad’s tyrannical regime has now been superceeded by doubt over the opposition’s long-term motives and the rebels’ ability to win the civil war – a victory which would help spread a fundamentlaist Sunni arc around the Mediterranean.

THE West may have to deal with more than it bargained for in its enthusiastic support of the Syrian revolutionaries fighting to bring down President Bashar al-Assad’s tyrannical regime.

Not only is there concern over the rebels’ ability to win the brutal civil war which has already claimed 60,000 lives and ...

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 Charles Millon
These factors allow President Assad to hope he will maintain his position; so long as no international intervention is launched. Intervention is not on the agenda and it is in no one's interest to bring chaos to an already tense region
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