Skip to comments.Syria's Future Leaders: Israel Likely to Remain an Enemy
Posted on 12/31/2011 2:04:00 PM PST by Eleutheria5
Syria's opposition groups are getting ready for the day after the fall of the Assad regime, and are anticipating a new, democratic regime. But some things are unlikely to change; Syria's likely future leaders still consider Israel an enemy, and will continue to demand Israel's withdrawal from the Golan Heights.
The two largest opposition groups in the country, the Syrian National Council and the National Coordination Body for Democratic Change in Syria (NCB), signed an agreement to establish a a transitional government that would guarantee the rights of all citizens, hold parliamentary elections, and draft a constitution that guarantees a "civilian pluralist parliamentary democratic system."
The agreement also rejects any foreign intervention in Syria, and calls for the protection of civilians by all legitimate means in the framework of international laws. The agreement also calls for ensuring fair treatment for the country's Kurdish population. .....
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They never learn.
Syria already lost GH in war.
Now they wanna lose some more.
Headline since 622 A.D.:
Islam’s Leaders and Followers: Jews and Every Other Infidel To Remain Enemy
Excellent politics. The immediate objective must be to secure the government and please as many people as possible.
For the foreseeable future, Israel is irrelevant and the status quo should remain stable
No sympathy for them then.
Let the Syrian dictatorship mow them down.
The Syrian conflict is between the alawite ruling class and the sunni underclass. The sunnis are of the same vein as the muslim brotherhood or al qaeda. Of course they will hate Israel and will probably be even more anti-Israel than the Assad regime.
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