The Future of Syria

  • The people of Syria demand that political and socioeconomic changes and fair elections.
  • The United Nations should prove to the world that they have authority and capability to change position.
  • Demand from all countries of the world to help restore the infrastructure in Syria

A peaceful uprising against president of Syria seven years ago has turned into a full-scale civil war. Protesters in Syria demanded the resignation of President Bashar al-Assad. The people demanded political and socioeconomic changes, fair election.

The conflict has left more than 350,000 people dead, devastated cities and got other countries sucked into it. The Syrian conflict has created the most humanitarian crisis of our times. Half the country’s pre-war population – more than 11 million people – have been killed or forced to flee their homes.

Be the president an honest man, but not a malicious dictator, he would have understood that the times have changed, that he needs to make some concessions and give way before pressure. However he decided to follow all dictators and stick to a war with his people. As a result it turned out to be a disaster.

Bashar al-Assad become a war criminal responsible for all consequences of the war times. It is impossible to understand why the United Nations didn’t bring to trial this criminal.

The Security Council of the UN should have long ago carried out a decision to bring Bashar al-Assad to the International Tribunal for justice.

The Security Council of the UN should have long ago carried out a decision to bring Bashar al-Assad to the International Tribunal for justice. However Russia continuously protected Bashar by exercising (or abusing) their power of veto. This issue and the unlawful acts practiced on the world arena Putin’s regime deserve the expulsion of Russia from the United Nations.

The leaders of Russia and Iran are responsible for the death of civilians in Syria. As a result of help from dictatorships such as Russia and Iran the situation in Syria changed in favor of Bashar al-Assad. However it is not too late to reverse the course.

The United Nations should prove to the world that they have authority and capability to change position. The Security Council of the United Nations should discuss and decide the following topics:

– dismissal of Russia from the United Nations for constant abuse of veto power, for aggression against Georgia, Ukraine, Crimea and violations of world order;

– trial of Bashar al-Assad as a war criminal for the battle with Syrian people, for the killings of Syrian citizens, for using chemical weapons against Syrian people, for the destruction of Syria, for creation of a crisis of our time and other crimes;

– demand for Russia and Iran to withdraw their arm forces from Syria;

– assistance in organizing the fair election of a new government of national unity in Syria;

– demand from all countries of the world to help restore the infrastructure in Syria;

The critics may deem this proposal as practically unworkable, that the U.N. is incapable of such actions.

Then we can draw only a single conclusion that the United Nations is ineffective, that it can’t implement its decisions and consequently is subject to disbanding.

The peaceful world needs an organization that is able to decide all political problems in the world.

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Michael Zilbering

The author was born in Bessarabia(Moldova) and spent his adult life in the Soviet Union. He went through a paiful childhood , miraculously staing alive after years of Nazi concentration camps, where he lost all his family and close relatives. Despite all the hardship, his spirit was not broken.He showed persistence and will-power in the strugle of his future. He successfully combinet his job with studies and earned several degrees mathematics, phisycs,finance and economics. Working at a big industrial company as a CFO, he concurently spent a lot of time and energy on scientific research.As a result, many articles were published in various Soviet economical journals. After being in refusal for ten years, he immigrated to the United States of America in 1989. In USA he published a book"Reflection" by Xlibris and many articles of contemporary political, economic and social outlook.
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