Saturday, June 11, 2011

Why No One May Be "Touching" Syria These Days

According to the article in the link below, Syria may be safe from the action of the U.S. and others because of Israel and Iran. There is fear that Syria's ruler could take his vengeance out on Israel, a country with which Syria shares a border (Libya does not share a border with Israel). Also, with Iran's strength and potential nuclear capabilities growing, and its ally relationship with Syria, no one is willing to take a chance on ticking Iran off at this point.

In my opinion, those are two reasons as to why exactly some action to eliminate Assad should be taken sooner rather than later. In fact, every one is in agreement that his days, like Gaddafi's, are numbered given that he has already killed 1,500 of his own people.  So, why give Assad more time to think about how he will attack Israel?  Why give Iran more time to get all their nuclear arms arsenal in place when they will wield even more clout and fear?

Read the article and see if you can come up with more of the thinking of the West, between the lines.

Could Assad vent his wrath on Israel? - JPost - Defense


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