moment the Syrian Arab
Army liberates an area from terrorists, voices in the West begin to
express worry about civilians and their humanitarian situation,
calling for a truce and the delivery of aid! The harmony between the
situation the terrorists find themselves in and the West’s worries
has become apparent at different junctures.
proves that the West, which had occupied Iraq with its own
troops, has only changed its tactics, using instead proxies in the
form of terrorist groups that are funded, armed, and directed from
abroad. We saw many countries moving in their troops and heavy
weapons when these terrorist groups failed to achieve the objectives
planned for them.
the results of the meeting between Kerry and Lavrov on
9 September indicates without a doubt that the difficulty of having
any dialogue is rooted in the fact that it is between those who
targeted Syria, and those who stood firm in protecting the
Syrian state and people.
is happening then? How did those who arm and fund terrorists sit down
at one table with those trying to preserve Syria’s sovereignty?
Many factors led to this historical juncture, and said factors may be
reinforced in the future. Those who planned for the “Arab Spring”
recalled the domino effect theory that dominated Western thinking
when Iraq was occupied, and hoped that after Egypt and Tunisia, Syria
would be an easy prey for regime change, and for a shift in its
political identity –to Israel’s liking.
and China’s alliance at the United Nations to support Syria’s
sovereignty was a precedent in international politics, especially in
the emerging confrontation between the Russia-China Axis and the
Western Axis of the United States, Great Britain, and France. The
Syrian people have returned the favor to the Russia-China axis by
standing fast and making the dearest sacrifice to preserve the
sovereignty, independence, and territorial integrity of their
those who sought to break Syria’s will kept up their attempts, and
imported mercenaries from all over the world, trying to achieve their
objectives in Syria, which would have subsequently changed the face
of the region –and the world. Syria and her allies, however, were
more determined in this crucial battle, and despite the weakness of
their material capabilities as opposed to what the Gulf has paid in
support to the West, the Eastern Axis defending the right of the
Syrian people was able to reaffirm its stature on both the regional
and international scene.
we compare the latest G20 summit in China, and the 2014 G20 summit in
Brisbane, Australia, we see how far the Eastern Axis has come in
asserting itself vis-à-vis the West. In the 2014 summit, July
Bishop, the Australian foreign minister, demanded that Russia should
not be allowed to attend the summit, yet the BRICS countries foiled
the attempt; nonetheless, the pictures taken at that summit show how
no Western leader wanted to talk to President Putin.
the latest summit in China, however, we see that Presidents Putin and
Xi have take a central role in the summit, and the bilateral meetings
held between Russia and China on the one hand and other countries on
the other hand, and the agreements signed, all indicate an expanding
role for both on the international scene. This is especially true of
the agreements they signed with Saudi Arabia, because the latter
always needed an American green light to make any move (including
therefore, indicates that the West admits that we are entering a new
multipolar era. As for the Chinese President, he looked Obama in the
eye and told him that China refuses any interference in the internal
matters of other countries.
historical trajectory of international relations has reached the
point of multipolarity in parallel to the steadfastness of the Syrian
army and people. The results of the Kerry-Lavrov meeting, following
talks between Putin and Obama, have brought the US close to what
Russia has been calling for, for nearly two years, which is the
separation between terrorist organizations and the so-called moderate
opposition, and the targeting of terrorist groups by both the Russian
and American air forces.
this what President Putin repeatedly called for, i.e. a true
international coalition against terrorism?
US acquiescence to joining forces with Russia against terrorism in
Syria, is the result of Russia, Syria, and Iran standing firm during
the horrific war on Syria; it is also an admission that the
terrorists and their masters have failed in achieving their
objectives. Why then wait all these years to agree? Simply, because
they still had hope to change the balance of forces on the ground. It
is no surprise then that this agreement comes after the Syrian Army
advances in Damascus, Aleppo, Hama, and Latakia.
the sacrifices of the martyrs and the wounded are what made such an
agreement possible, and contributed to changing our world from a
unipolar to a multipolar one. Lavrov did not forget to indicate that
Russia consulted the Syrian government about the agreement, and that
the latter had agreed to it.
who interfered in Syria dreamt they could change the identity of the
country, forgetting that for the past 10,000 years, Syria remained
defiant in the face of all conquerors and enemies; and that the
historical sacrifices of the Syrian people made this identity what it
is, and would always ensure Syria’s pride and freedom.
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