Moscow insists that Assad's ideas be ...

Moscow insists that Assad's ideas be taken into account

There are 55 comments on the Russia Beyond the Headlines story from Jan 9, 2013, titled Moscow insists that Assad's ideas be taken into account. In it, Russia Beyond the Headlines reports that:

Moscow has insisted that, in seeking a settlement formula for the conflict in Syria, the international community take into account ideas put forward by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in a speech on Sunday.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at Russia Beyond the Headlines.

First Prev
of 3
Next Last
Syrian

New London, CT

#1 Jan 10, 2013
No reason that the West cannot work out a diplomatic solution to this conflict.
jo jo

Sydney, Australia

#2 Jan 10, 2013
Syrian wrote:
No reason that the West cannot work out a diplomatic solution to this conflict.
Exactly, that is and was the only solution.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#3 Jan 10, 2013
Syrian wrote:
No reason that the West cannot work out a diplomatic solution to this conflict.
It will require Assad to step aside as he is not unbiased enough to negotiate.
crzzzd

Rochester, PA

#4 Jan 10, 2013
youtube.com/watch...
Assad Rules and i Support issues
George

Red Deer, Canada

#5 Jan 10, 2013
crzzzd wrote:
youtube.com/watch?v=RXvyX0gyht 4
Assad Rules and i Support issues
BS
good grief

United States

#6 Jan 10, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
It will require Assad to step aside as he is not unbiased enough to negotiate.
Oh, right. As if your jihadi fanatics are. LOL
Richard Nixon

United States

#7 Jan 10, 2013
I was all set to negotiate with Students for a Democratic Society if the Weathermen just stopped blowing things up, which they refused to do btw, so I decided I'd throw out some feelers to the Black Panthers since that Malcolm X guy seemed pretty rational. They did get back to me but I'd already resigned by then. Oh, well.
George

United States

#8 Jan 10, 2013
You should have given the Black Panthers what they wanted to begin with. They were the true voice of the people.
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#9 Jan 10, 2013
Syrian wrote:
No reason that the West cannot work out a diplomatic solution to this conflict.
West has nothing to do with representing the rebels. The rebel leadership of pure Syrians and ex Syrian army that refused to shoot their own people demand Assad step aside then a peaceful resolution can be forged from the ruins. What I don't get is why do some people deny Assad as a dictator his dad ruled before him and what's next someone else in the family takes over. There is no democracy in father to son power exchanges. Kinda like calling North Korea a fine example of a free voting system. How many more dead bodies have to hit the ground before Assad steps aside? He is the cause of all this bloodshed through aggressive state controlled leadership ruling with an iron fist in one hand and a bayonet in the other. Step aide Assad and let your people heal and move forward.
getogrips

UK

#10 Jan 10, 2013
Jay wrote:
<quoted text>
West has nothing to do with representing the rebels. The rebel leadership of pure Syrians and ex Syrian army that refused to shoot their own people demand Assad step aside then a peaceful resolution can be forged from the ruins. What I don't get is why do some people deny Assad as a dictator his dad ruled before him and what's next someone else in the family takes over. There is no democracy in father to son power exchanges. Kinda like calling North Korea a fine example of a free voting system. How many more dead bodies have to hit the ground before Assad steps aside? He is the cause of all this bloodshed through aggressive state controlled leadership ruling with an iron fist in one hand and a bayonet in the other. Step aide Assad and let your people heal and move forward.
Solid strength in your comment, backed up with the truth that has cost so many lives to demonstrate the root cause of distrust within Syria. The Syrian government have themselves to blame, and yet they try to convince the world that they are protecting the Syrian population whilst bombing the country to pieces. Was it necessary to put down a peaceful demonstration using firearms instead of listening to the demands, unquestionably you cannot do deals with dictators?

Syria is a jigsaw of many pieces needing careful handling to complete the puzzle, Bashar Al Assad mirrors his image inside that puzzle but a lot of pieces are missing, gone forever as he should be too.
Chris

Toronto, Canada

#11 Jan 10, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
It will require Assad to step aside as he is not unbiased enough to negotiate.
You joker think that there is someone unbiased; may be your Jihadists?
jo jo

Brisbane, Australia

#12 Jan 10, 2013
WOW, it's amazing how jihadists/extremists are portrayed as democracy/diplomatic/freedom/p ro west side in Syria and yet they are the enemy in Iraqistan, or was that Afghanistan ? LOL...the BS is AMAZING!!!, I just can't get enough of this forum, it's a laugh,keeps me busy in my retirement..keep the BS coming please.
Jay

Sherwood Park, Canada

#13 Jan 11, 2013
The west is alarmed at the extremists presance in Syria and are quite aware of the situation. It's well documented. Thus when it comes to military support the west has held back and the void of logistics and heavy armourment was filled by Al Quada and other small groups via Iraq. That's not to say Turkey and Saudi Arabia have directly backed rebel finances, advisors, and logistics and Turkey has provided an original safe haven for rebel forces as a neighbor country flooded with refugees its in Turkeys interest to see a friendly government assemble and a safe return of the Syria people without directly getting involved itself.

http://www.understandingwar.org/report/syrias...
hmmm

United States

#14 Jan 11, 2013
The Syrian revolution has been taken over by extremist jihadists, period.

They now control the situation. The West has backed itself into a corner. Allying itself with Gulf states who ally themselves with these extremists has created a lose/lose quagmire for all but the extremists. Lip service to moderate, reform minded democratic elements in the Syrian opposition is now a joke (on us). Don't say history never repeats itself.

Good luck in resolving it.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#15 Jan 11, 2013
Chris wrote:
<quoted text>
You joker think that there is someone unbiased; may be your Jihadists?
It is attitudes like yours that prevent a negotiated settlement. Since when have I supported a Jihadist as you put it? Answer, never, but you make these exaggerated conclusions in your head the same as the extremists, terrorists, Assad and his regime and try to push this opinion on the world or the "West" as you call them so as to gain support for Assad, instead of supporting Syrians.
Avenger

Kitchener, Canada

#16 Jan 11, 2013
jo jo wrote:
WOW, it's amazing how jihadists/extremists are portrayed as democracy/diplomatic/freedom/p ro west side in Syria and yet they are the enemy in Iraqistan, or was that Afghanistan ? LOL...the BS is AMAZING!!!, I just can't get enough of this forum, it's a laugh,keeps me busy in my retirement..keep the BS coming please.
Amazing you are it's a civil war dummy.
hmmm

United States

#17 Jan 11, 2013
George wrote:
<quoted text>
It is attitudes like yours that prevent a negotiated settlement. Since when have I supported a Jihadist as you put it? Answer, never
True answer: You are a de facto supporter of the same international terrorists that fight Western forces in Afghanistan and Iraq. It's only a fluke of geography, timing and political farce that you're not rounded up for questioning or summary arrest and detention.
Syrian

New London, CT

#18 Jan 11, 2013
hmmm wrote:
The Syrian revolution has been taken over by extremist jihadists, period.
They now control the situation. The West has backed itself into a corner. Allying itself with Gulf states who ally themselves with these extremists has created a lose/lose quagmire for all but the extremists. Lip service to moderate, reform minded democratic elements in the Syrian opposition is now a joke (on us). Don't say history never repeats itself.
Good luck in resolving it.
If they can't resolve it, the Russians, the Iranians and the Chinese will need to resolve it for them.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#19 Jan 11, 2013
hmmm wrote:
<quoted text>
True answer: You are a de facto supporter of the same international terrorists that fight Western forces in Afghanistan and Iraq. It's only a fluke of geography, timing and political farce that you're not rounded up for questioning or summary arrest and detention.
Your incompetance in interpretting someones blog is incredible, you are more of a danger to yourself. You, Chris and Truth think the same and have the same attitudes.
Resident Psychiatrist

United States

#20 Jan 11, 2013
What bleedin' blog? It's you that's on the couch for interpretation here, Georgie.

Tell me when this thread is updated:

Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker
First Prev
of 3
Next Last

Add your comments below

Characters left: 4000

Please note by submitting this form you acknowledge that you have read the Terms of Service and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Be polite. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Send us your feedback.

Video Games Discussions

Title Updated Last By Comments
Post Your Current Thoughts (Jun '11) 20 hr Torune_isnot_here 1,880
Describe Your Character (May '14) 20 hr Torune_isnot_here 246
My ps3 name is chrisnmatt2012 (Mar '13) 20 hr Torune_isnot_here 2
Pokémon Platinum Battle/Trade Chat Room (Jun '09) Apr 27 pokefan1 282
howrse cheats (Aug '07) Apr 26 landowner12 9,868
Animal Crossing:City Folk Friend Code Exchange ... (Feb '14) Apr 25 Quentez 202
Poll how dank are the memes? (Aug '15) Apr 24 TreboRoberT 4
More from around the web