Experts are in agreement that getting rid of the weapons is a nightmare under the best of conditions and is hellishly tricky in a war situation. Nato and its local allies have not given a single sign that they plan to wind down the war. So we are not likely to get to the point where the Alawite community's needs become a factor. The weapons will not be destroyed because Nato is not willing to create the right conditions for the agreement to succeed.
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from the article: Don't hold your breath for Syrian chemical weapons to be destroyed