The problem of the intervention is that in case of intervention you will have 100000 dead instead of 10000 and you will have all the infrastructure destroyed, and finally find the new rules which will do far worse the previous one - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Julie
    • 05.05.12 | 10:45 (IDT)

    I think Lybia was the best example. street protest create victims in order of hundreds, armed opposition in order of thausands, and millitary interventiom in orders of tens of thausands, or maybe hundreds of thausands. Even if you see the made statistics of Nato and the US, the causalties are in this order. Thenin both Lybia and syria initial conflict was much less. US, France, Beritain, Saudi, and Qatar did a lot of effort toarm opposition and esclate the level of conflict so that they justify a military intervention. In Lybia they suceed, but incase of Syria, Iran, China and Russia firmly stood up against. You may see it as atrocities. but if you compare the number of killing and the level of economical destruction in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovoo and Lybia with those of Syria you would clearly say these countries saved Syria!!!! Now Iraq, and Lybia should pay 300 years of their oil production for the bombs which were used to destroy their own infrastructure

    from the article: America has given up on Syria
    First published 03:18 04.05.12 | Last updated 03:18 04.05.12
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