West’s Failure to Respond to The Crisis in Syria
She told the Financial Times that the West failed to respond to what it called the Syrian problem, noting that it is the first time approved by the Security Council to discuss the crisis, and that the step did not provide a lot of the people who are exposed to the massacres of more than five months.
Popular demonstrations seeking to overthrow the Syrian Assad’s been going on forfive months (French)
The newspaper pointed out that China and Russia Ariqlta a resolution to the UN Security Council if it would condemn the oppression that was practiced by the Syrian authorities against the Syrian people and the revolutionary seeking to overthrow the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
But the UN Security Council issued a statement Wednesday condemning the bloody campaign waged by the Syrian authorities on civilian protestors, and urges the Syrian regime to respect human rights fully, and to comply with their obligations under international law.
The newspaper said that the agreement on the statement was made only after the military launched a bloody attack on the Syrian city of Hama, Syria, and displayed to the fire bombing of the defender.
She noted that 14 members of the Security Council agreed to the statement, whilefarther User XV - the Lebanon - the same for the whole subject.
Death of President Assad
As for the weak Western response to the ongoing massacres on Syrian territory, says some Western diplomats that the consequences of Western intervention in the crisis was the reason for Libya.
The Financial Times quoted a Western diplomat said that Western intervention in Libya, the latest chaos in the country, and that made the Western countries reluctant to interfere in Syria’s fear of the fall of the country in chaos similar to those that take place on Libyan territory.
As for some other reasons that explain the poor response to the crisis Syrian Bank Vmrdha – and say to the newspaper – that Syria is not an ally of the West the first place, and that the intervention in Syria, probably would cause instability in the region’s stability at the regional level.
The newspaper pointed out that the U.S. position toward Syria has changed, and that Washington, after she was referring to the lion as a reformer, is now stating that regime change in Syria would be beneficial to U.S. interests, and through the end of the Syrian with Iran and with what it called groups extremist in the Middle East.
Western diplomats are expected to invite the United States urgently to the death of President Assad, adding that the White House said Wednesday that Syria be “better place” without its president.
The newspaper pointed out that it is preparing for more U.S. sanctions against the Syrian regime, and that three members of the Senate are working on a draft law aimed at the death of companies that invest in the energy sector in Syria or buy Syrian oil.
The economic pressures against Syria, the paper indicates that it can play a crucial role in the Syrian crisis worsening.
Source: Financial Times