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Subject: The Rebels Could Die Of Embarrassment
SYSOP    1/18/2013 5:32:02 AM
 
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bikebrains       1/18/2013 8:48:45 AM
"The government no longer controls the economy and has their cash is dwindling." should read " The government no longer controls the economy and their cash is dwindling."
 
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TonoFonseca    Future of Syria   1/18/2013 9:26:13 AM
Syria will not exist as a united country after this.  It will be divided into several states.
 
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Carlos Marx-Smith       1/19/2013 12:36:03 AM
The only way for Syria to remain a viable single state (assuming Assad is thrown out) is if the Islamists are also fought and defeated. Otherwise they will not relent in causing distruption and perhaps ceding any territory they deem to be under their control.
Here is an interesting Australian talk show about Syria as told by (mostly Syrian) people who are either pro and anti-Assad. I do not endorse the comments but it is interesting to know the opionions of those who have emigrated from Syria. And of course, there is always an "anti-Zionist" type who blames the Jews, but you can discount her exitable opinions. Link:http://www.sbs.com.au/insight/...
 
 
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Carlos Marx-Smith       1/19/2013 12:49:12 AM


The only way for Syria to remain a viable single state (assuming Assad is thrown out) is if the Islamists are also fought and defeated. Otherwise they will not relent in causing distruption and perhaps ceding any territory they deem to be under their control.

Here is an interesting Australian talk show about Syria as told by (mostly Syrian) people who are either pro and anti-Assad. I do not endorse the comments but it is interesting to know the opionions of those who have emigrated from Syria. And of course, there is always an "anti-Zionist" type who blames the Jews, but you can discount her exitable opinions. Link:http://www.sbs.com.au/insight/...

 



 
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WarNerd       1/19/2013 1:54:47 AM
The situation in Syria reminds me a lot of the Russian Revolution (1917), with al-Qaeda playing the part of the Bolsheviks.
 
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