posted on Jul, 27 2012 @ 12:03 PM
Right now to the world, the issue over Syria is not about the HumanSlayer Assad. No one, not even his previous supporters in the cities of Damascus
and Aleppo, will want him around, not after the brutality he had shown himself capable of - slaughtering of innocent citizens enmassed by the
The issue is what course will Syria take when the war is won?
Some worry about Islamist radicals hijacking the administration, turning it into an extreme or fundamentalist Islamic nation, which are very true as
it had been reported that many of the fighters whom were the best armed and vocal were those elements.
But equally true are that the Free Syrian Army are made of nationalist Syrians from diverse religious and political beliefs.
What binds them all now is to get rid of the devil Assad. And let what comes naturally later on.
However, there is no need to be fatalistic about it. Regardless if armed with a RPG or a sickle, any man or women or child who watched their loved
ones tortured and brutally slaughtered by Assadist forces and chosed to fight back, HAS won the right to determine the direction of the nation.
What will bind the nation and even extreme islamist elements after the war is won are common aims of only all humanity - peace, justice,equality,
shared prosperity, love, responsible freedom and progress.
All it takes is for everyone - islamist, christian, democrat,etc, whatever differences, to discuss about it, during the war and lulls in the war, to
form friendship and relationships. Those values are what every human will share anyway, and not impossible to overcome.
There may be some whom will be belligerant, perhaps the leaders whom have their sights for power and glory, but on the whole, the masses will only
want what each human wants, similiar to what every human that shares our world wants.
With those bonds on common values formed, and rely to loved ones, no leader can or will even dare holdsway selfishly, and purges, often common after
wars are won, can be avoided.
Many in our world had seen the failure of religious extremism. Religion alone, cannot hold a nation together for it oftens neglect the other aspects
of civilisation, which needs the common values to progress and evolve. Pakistan had been a failure. Egypt under Mubarak fiddled with it, thinking it
might allay the masses, but it failed spectacularly, and thankfully, Mursi now knew better and set a more moderate course.
Good luck to my fellow human brothers and sisters in Syria. A new future with hope beckons...