I gather you are saying that the rebels are the bad guys? Assad regime is definitely not the good guys.[/QUOTE]
assad is the only one right now who is able to keep law and order and prevent the same religious violence seen in the lebanese civil war
If by "law and order" and "prevent religious violence" you mean "brutal oppression" and "artillery barrage", then yes. Yes he does.assad is the only one right now who is able to keep law and order and prevent the same religious violence seen in the lebanese civil war
You Assad fan boys seem to forget anyway that this guy is not only responsible for crimes in his country, but also in other countries. You are so worried that someone might interfere with Syrias souvereignity while these guys are constantly doing the same on a much worse level for decades now in Lebanon.
Seriously, I can understand if someone is anti-intervention. But pro Assad? What? This just shows how much some people lose their common sense because they try to be anti-West or whatever.
Just watch the end of this. Does that not look like brutal oppression to you? Do you honestly believe that all that building damage was caused by "terrorists"? Surely as a Russian you can understand the dynamics of basement to basement, room to room fighting in urban areas. All that destruction is simply the result of shelling caused by the Syrian Army meant to break the will of the cities inhabitants who are just trying to defend what's rightfully theirs. Just yesterday I was watching a video of the people of Homs casting a mock-ballet with pieces of artillery shells, rockets and mortars in protest of the sham election done in Damascus.
Syria belongs to the Syrian's, not Bashar al-Assad. Don't forget that.
Is shelling peoples homes and sniping children and their mother's a privilege of every government? Really?!
After Iraq unambiguous that a bloody dictator is better, than anything after the regime.
I really don't see what the hell any of that has to do with Syria, but okay.
Emo screams? What are you trying to say? The population of Homs is "emo" for protesting against a government that is brutalizing the population? Peaceful protesters simply can't hold a city against a seige..what the hell are you talking about? That is the whole reason why the FSA was created and these groups are armed in the first place.Emo screams. The fact is - "peacefull protestors" could hold city quarters against regular army with armor, aviation and artillery for several months. Basra during 2003 invasion of Iraq holded less..
And FSA with aviation and artillery? Whaat?
im from canada
when the g20 was here protesters who challenged the police with violence were beaten with clubs
imagine those same protesters armed with ak47
chaos ensues both side open fire
opposition claims military deliberately targeted civilians