Rationality Starts to Sink Into Syrian Opposition
11 de enero de 2017, 06:02By Pedro García Hernández
Damascus, Jan 11 (Prensa Latina) After five years of a brutal war imposed on Syria, some opposition leaders return to rationality and derift away from extremist attitudes of terrorist groups with statements and publicly known attitudes.
Such is the case of Nawaf al Bashir, head of the Baqqara tribe, the biggest of the country which comprehends more than one million members, above all in regions of the northern province of Deir Ezzor. In his most recent public declarations, he affirmed 'having turned his back on Assad (presidernt Bashar al Assad) based on false accusations and added that Syrian oppositors are mere instruments in the hands of some foreign countries and the fact of taking up arms in some foreign countries and the fact of taking up arms was a very grave error for which all the Syrian people has paid the consequences.'
For analysts and observers of the Syrian situation, the truth is coming out based, above all, in an intelligent, quiet and firm position of the government and the Armed Forces, supported by traditional allies such as Russia and Iran, respectful and defending nations of sovereignty of this Middle East.
To this you add an active international diplomatic labor and tbe continuation of a comprehensive program of reconciliation that attends over 90 thousand localities, including the complex regions of the Duma, Gutta and Jobar, near Damascus, still in negotiations.
Another opposition leader from the province of LryaskisOtro opposition leader, Michel Kilo, originary of the province of Latakia and of the political dialogue as originary of the province, coinciding en promover un diálogo político y acusó a Arabia Saudí de 'haber sembrado el caos en Siria.'
In that sense, she added that the Saudi leaders 'lack Arab patriotism and the feeling of belonging to a history and a religion, drifting away from the public, or belonging to a history or the feeling of belonging that publicly 'lacks an Arab patriotism and that they publicly shun extremist positions.'
The also leader of the opposition and journalist Samira al Masalmeh in a recent message to the Juridical committee of the anti- government coalition, in which she criticized the absence of freedom of expression in the rank and file of the opposition and affirmed this 'has lost its faith and its path.'
In the same way, former president of that Syrian National Coalition, Ahmed Yarba, during a press round of that entity provoked, among others, the crisis in Syria, above all when that grouping rejected negotiations in Geneva and accused those who participated in them to 'sell Syria'.
Over 600 thousand dead, wounded and maimed, of them over six million internally form a reality that compels to a mínimum of rationality.
From another side, it definitely questions the western powers headed by the United States, which promote a deadly terrorist war against Syria.
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