Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Syria in civil war

Syria in civil war

"Yes, I think we can say that," U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Herve Ladsous said when asked if the Syrian crisis could now be characterized as a civil war.

Russia sends attack choppers to Syria, US claims

Russia at the UNSC, conveniently  veto against Syrian people and support criminal Assad for their own interest,  they block every steps for Syrian people getting help from outside under banner “not external interference, Syria’s problems its internal problems…”, Russian also said that they will neither support the UN Charter 7…  military action nor  sanction….” And they are also calling for stop arms Free Syrian Army….while they sell heavy weapons to the criminal regime to kill innocence people continuously  now they sell helicopters for attacking  Syrian cites and town for annihilations mess population …. While US et al… sitting their cozy arm chair… fearless armchair-fears, sweat their foghorn system under check!  Well  what is the UNSC role for? they are certainty not deserve to be exist. 

With revolt embroiling Syria, the Assad regime remains on the ropes. It is running out of money, its military capacity is stretched to the limit, and it has lost the capability to deal with any issue beyond its own borders. Simply put, Syria only has the means to focus on its own survival, and nothing else. Before the Syrian uprising, there was a strong possibility armed conflict between Iran and Israel would have brought Syria into the fold. Today, it is clear that the risk of Syrian involvement in such a scenario is practically null.

(New York) – The United Nations Security Council should impose an arms embargo and other targeted sanctions, including asset freezes and travel bans, on the Syrian leadership in response to widespread killings and other grave violations against children. A report from the secretary-general to the Security Council on June 11, 2012, on children and armed conflict highlights violations against children by Syrian Armed Forces, intelligence forces, and pro-government militias. The violations, in a climate of total impunity, include targeted killings, torture of children in detention, the use of children as human shields, and attacks on schools and their use for military operations.

From CNN