Displaced Syrians are being helped on the Syrian side of border, senior Turkish official says, adds that 70,000 more could arrive if Russian and Syrian strikes continue.15:20 06.02.16 | 0 comments
...there's a lot of possibilities around, some more likely, some less, some are outright absurd. Over Syria's increasing isolation, Iran might have gained some weight in Syria's diplomatic relations. If I were Assad, I wouldn't wish for another front, let alone probably the civilian population. But who can exclude the possibility that one or another militant group will use the situation in order to bug the old Zionist foe? Just don't do it. I'm tired and I don't think there would be many around who would applaud, although annoying Israel might be some popular Arab fantasy. But in practice, it's more likely you'd leave your mothers unhappy, particularly when coming back in a shroud.