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The international civil society has on many occasions made it absolutely clear that the United States and its occupying troops don’t belong in Syria. They should end their manufactured war and leave.
At its simplest, there are many reasons for this:
- – As the wars on Afghanistan and Iraq have demonstrated, the civilian death toll from US military aggression has been high. This is no way to pay tribute to those killed by America’s terror proxies ISIL and Al-Qaeda.
- – In Syria, except for America’s favourite terrorists, no one supports Washington’s so-called ‘humanitarian intervention’, much less its bogus war on ISIL and Al-Qaeda.
- – At the United Nations, there is no consensus that would permit America’s intervention or occupation of the Arab country. The presence of US occupying troops to effect regime change in Damascus risks broadening the conflict into another Cold War, while also inviting Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey to become even more heavily involved than they currently are. Such a broadening of the conflict is in nobody’s interests.
- – The presence of US occupying troops is in no way aimed at achieving concrete political objectives. Washington has no intention to stop its multidirectional violence, much less rebuild the nation. It is there to occupy the country permanently, protect its regional interests, plunder energy resources, and challenge the influence of Iran and Russia.
- – The utter lawlessness in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Yemen is the most recent example of what happens when the US backs terrorist groups and “moderate rebels” in order to effect regime change and more. In the case of Syria, America is not there to right the wrong. Rather, it is there to escalate the conflict in such a way as to endanger the lives of not just Syrian civilians but the lives of their neighbours as well.
- – As maintained by the elected government of Syria, the US and other foreign forces are in the country without the approval of President Bashar al-Assad. Their presence is a violation of international law and they are making matters worse for the war-torn country now that Damascus and allies have defeated the ISIL militant group.
- – US Defense Secretary James Mattis has no right to suggest that US forces won’t not be leaving anytime soon. Unlike allies Russia and Iran, which intervened against Qaeda-allied insurgents and ISIL terrorists at the request of President Assad, the US entered the conflict without the Syrian leader’s permission and has called for his removal – even though he is the strongest barrier against foreign-backed terrorist groups and extremists.
- – With ISIL effectively defeated, Damascus has every right to urge Washington and its allies to exit immediately. Moreover, there is no military solution to the conflict in Syria. The extended US military presence in Iraq and Afghanistan serves as further evidence that Washington will indefinitely extend its occupation of Syria as well.
- – The global community is firmly against the continuation of US military presence in Syria, reasoning that US must leave by virtue of its long devastating role in turning the once a prosperous nation into a failed state, its alliance with Qaeda-allied terrorist groups, and its airstrikes against civilian populations.
- – Arming the so-called moderate insurgents so far has proved to be totally wrong and at the service of Al-Qaeda affiliates: often these forces have surrendered personnel and weapons to the radicals. Creating no-fly or safe zones would bring the US directly into the war against not only Syria but also Iran and Russia.
Of course, Washington officials who make a career of justifying the endless military aggression will say otherwise. Their proposals for permanent combat missions in Syria demonstrate yet again that Washington’s interventionist elite learns nothing and remembers nothing from the failed wars of Iraq, Afghanistan and Yemen.
One last note: The Syrian government has made huge sacrifices to aid the Palestinian people and their resistance against Israel, and this has been a contributing factor to Syria’s inclusion on the State Department’s State Sponsors of Terrorism list. Syria has close economic relations with Iran and Russia, and Washington doesn’t like it.
Meaning, the war on Syria is not a domestic conflict. This is a war imposed on Syria by the US, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and their allies. The primary promoter of ISIL and its Takfiri-Wahhabi extremism has been Saudi Arabia, a US client state. Other US-aligned countries bordering Syria, keep their borders open so that weapons, supplies and money can continue to flow into the hands of ISIL and other anti-government terrorists. Their manufactured war has nothing to do with the calls for freedom and democracy, and we all know that.
SOURCES: IUVM Press Submitted by SyrianPatriots War Press Info Network at : https://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2018/02/08/usa-manufactured-war/ ~ Re-publications are welcome, but we kindly ask you, to facilitate the correct information's diffusion, to cite all these original links and sources.
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