Can Syria Avoid the Fate of Libya and Iraq? Interview with Issa Chaer by Carlos Martinez

2 October 2012 — MRZine

Dr Issa Chaer is a member of the Syrian Social Club (based in England).

Carlos Martinez: Thanks very much for agreeing to be interviewed.  You have been very active in spreading information about the Syria conflict.  Can you explain why you have chosen to give so much time and energy to this cause? Continue reading this...

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VTJP Palestine/Israel Newslinks 15 March 2012: Shalabi’s hunger strike tests Israeli jailing policy

15 March 2012 – VTJP


International Middle East Media Center

PCHR Weekly Report: “24 Palestinians Killed, 74 Wounded”
IMEMC – The Palestinian Center for Human Rights (PCHR), based in Gaza, published its weekly report on Israeli violations in the occupied territories in the period between March 8 and 14, 2012, and stated that Israeli soldiers killed 24 Palestinians, and wounded 74, including children and women. …

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Chinese Stance On The Syrian Situation

9 March 2012 – Pakistan Observer

Chinese stance on Syrian situation By Sultan M Hali

It has been more than a year since the Arab Spring or wave of revolutionary demonstrations rocked the Arab world. Commencing on December 18, 2010, the Arab Spring has already taken a toll of the rulers in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen while civil uprisings have erupted in Bahrain and Syria and major protests have broken out in Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco and Oman. There has been criticism of Western interference in these uprisings and, in some instances, direct intervention as in the case of Libya.

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Syria: China Blocked New War, Global Bloodshed, Western Middle East Takeover

6 March, 2012

China votes against an excuse for war By Qu Xing*

During the six-month war in Libya, at least 25,000 civilians lost their lives, and no one can tell the exact number of the people injured. If the Libyan model is applied to the case of Syria, a similar disaster will undoubtedly occur, and the wounds of war will be difficult to heal.

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