Ans.The chemical weapons worry was voiced since day 1.
Yes, the former Iraq situation doesnt help the discussion much
Yesterday I heard on the radio an interview with a Syrian official who was in charge of a portion of the stockpiling - He is now defected and living in Turkey.
In Iraq, they couldn't find a single Iraqi who could give this type of information, obviously because there was no info to give.
I have noticed you always seem to pick these causes that are easily debunked through normal googling and awareness.
Why? Do you not have access to the free media in your country?
US and West’s attitude always uses double standard when dealing with Muslims and Non Muslims is the one which I always complain about.
If they adhere to what they claim to be a protector of human rights and personal freedom, irrespective of the people , nation or the area involved, then we can agree to their claim.
But we see that their attitude is totally different when the nations “violating” these rights be Muslims or when they be “Non Muslims”.
We saw what happened in Burma recently, but beyond saying “Oh! How disgusting”….the issue was forgotten. And we see how West reacted to the “crisis” in Sudan and got the country divided (they may try the same solution for Egypt and Syria is not far off).
We see the problems in Kashmir, but no one in the world seem to know about it.
If that double standard was not used, may be things would be different in the world today.
I have access to Internet if that is what you mean, but most of “pornographic” sites are filtered out!!