really? i recall 400yrs of non respect and impatience but i guess you talk about the latest decades. not sure certain populations around you share your opinion. armenians, kurds, greeks but hey...i am not here to judge and do not criticize turks but you should be a little more sensitive considering the reality and unsolve d problems. i have no respect for assad but the truth is there are armed mobs operating in his coutnry and provoking armed responses, if you want to call those thugs civilians when they get shot, that's entirely up to you. there are also honests citizens who are victims unfortiunately, and about 100 kids who died. that's a tragedy. no story is one sided and there are witnesses that confirms what assad says. you have to collect all the info to assess. assad must be taken care of by syrians as he used inappropriate response to an issue, not turks or else. that you are outraged is normal, that your govt takes teh liberty to give advices to a sovereign state, why not but advices are not orders, remember that. you don't own an empire and syria is not under your authority. as long as you remember your rightful place, you can offer all your suggestions. syrians demands are legit and they shoul d continue seeking justice and freedom they aspire to, foreigners meddling is not. a very simple fact some people who swim in teh water of imperialism tend to forget.
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