Syria

Assad’s Chemical Revenge

Syrian dictator Bashar Assad has faced intense sanctions and international pressure from the West, Turkey and Gulf Arab states, for the nearly 20,000 deaths since the anti-government uprising began sixteen months ago.  In spite of the atrocities and grave violations of human rights, pro-Assad and opposition forces appear to have reached a deadlock. However the tide may soon turn in favor of Assad. Continue reading “Assad’s Chemical Revenge”