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  1. StigP in Sweden
    February 15, 2013 at 10:15 am — Reply

    My vision of the future Syria is very, very dark. I hope I am wrong. But 2 years now of conflict, almost 70000 people killed, a country destroyed by military actions, bombs, artillery, heavy weapons of all kind. How can the future be bright? The little girl who lost her mummy, will she forgive? Will all children or youngsters who have lost someone ever forgive? My short answer is…no.
    And this dark future has only one answer, a divided Syria.

    • February 15, 2013 at 10:21 am — Reply

      I share your concerns, but Syria’s division will add to its problems, not solve them. It will be a division based on sectarianism. This means continued conflict for a very long time.

      • StigP in Sweden
        February 15, 2013 at 1:46 pm — Reply

        I agree with you. But the Syrian conflict will take a new step when people understand what really happened in the dark rooms of Assad’s regime. And the dark room are all prison holes, torture chambers, torture methods, and more. When people will have a chance to deal with history it will be a violent era that will take place and long in years. When people can read about the massacre of Palmyra /Tadmor prison they will act in such ways to take revenge for history crimes from Assads security forces. And to be honest, I think people will move to avoid its hunters. Because one day the hunters will wake up and demand justice in Syria.
        Sorry for many words, but I don’t know how to write shortly in this issues. Many thoughts in my head..

        • February 15, 2013 at 1:56 pm — Reply

          Well said… Our history books will emphasize the terror of Assad more than WWII or even the Omayyad era.

          • StigP in Sweden
            February 15, 2013 at 2:13 pm

            Thank you…And in my mind and thoughts there are a few words that pops up every time. Hate, anger and revenge. Hate and anger together makes the solution…revenge! And people who has survived this terror will take their chance for revenge. I think people who has been undertaken Assad’s terror will never forgive. In their minds only hate and revenge exists…

          • February 15, 2013 at 4:18 pm

            The day we stop hating and control the primitiveness of seeking revenge is the day Muslims and Arabs have a chance to survive in this competitive world leaving us in the dust bins of history.

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