Not just caught in the cross-fire: Wh...

Not just caught in the cross-fire: Why Syria's architectural...

There are 1 comment on the Al Bawaba story from Jan 30, 2014, titled Not just caught in the cross-fire: Why Syria's architectural.... In it, Al Bawaba reports that:

What began as demonstrations among poor Syrian farmers calling for land and related policy reforms during the region's Arab Spring era has now transformed into an all-out war.

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Santa Rita, Guam

#1 Jan 30, 2014
the first paragraph says it all. the demonstrations were all about land reforms and poverty. in 2011, Syria was going through a drought. when the poor started demonstrating, the West used this as a catalyst to overthrow Assad.

The West has been planning and training activists to use any opportunity to overthrow Assad for years. This was never about democracy as the West claims. Indeed, Zbignew Brezinski, the former national security adviser to Carter, wrote an article on this issue.

stay strong Syria and Assad!!

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