Questions You Should be Asking the World Around You
Dialogue is the key to resolving conflicts. We’ve seen this proven true recently at the Shimon Perez Funeral, where Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu, and Palestine’s Mahmoud Abbas shook hands. Many people don’t realize that Russia has been working in the background to resolve the issues between Israel and Palestine.
This is from August 24.
This is from Yesterday.
Readers, you know as well as I do that Israel and Palestine absolutely, absolutely, absolutely hate each other. The anger between the two people cannot be measured. It is simply off the charts. But if the two eternal enemies can pause and shake hands, even if silently and grudgingly, then you know that Russia is doing something right. It may even be a blessing from God himself, you never know.
So why is it, that the US can’t step back for a minute to resolve their issues with Russia?
The US is keeping jihadist group al-Nusra for a “Plan B”, potentially to overthrow Syrian President Assad, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in an interview with the BBC.
Speaking to the British outlet about increased violence in Syria, including in Aleppo, Lavrov said that Washington has still not delivered on its promise to persuade US-backed rebels to separate from Jabhat al-Nusra jihadists.
The Russian Foreign Minister also said that the reason for this could be Washington’s desire to “change the regime” in the country.
“They still, in spite of many repeated promises and commitments … are not able or not willing to do this and we have more and more reasons to believe that from the very beginning the plan was to spare al-Nusra and to keep it just in case for Plan B or stage two when it would be time to change the regime,” Lavrov said.
The separation of so-called “moderate” anti-government fighters from terrorist groups is one of the cornerstones of the Russia-US brokered peace deal for Syria.
Prior to this was the ceasefire deal between the US and Russia. The dialogue was progressing, and there were positive reviews of it. But the ceasefire was unceremoniously ended, when US coalition warplanes bombed the Syrian Army in Aleppo.
The bombing took place on al-Tharda Mountain in the region of Deir ez-Zor and caused casualties and destruction on the ground, Syria’s official SANA news agency reported on Saturday….
…”Immediately after the airstrike by coalition planes, Islamic State militants launched their offensive. Fierce fighting with the terrorists is currently underway in the area of the airport where for a long a time humanitarian aid for civilians was parachuted,” Konashenkov said.
The Syrian General Command has called the bombing a “serious and blatant aggression” against Syrian forces, and said it was “conclusive evidence” that the US and its allies support IS militants.
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