A Nonviolent Strategy to Liberate Syria

My regulars know that I am always looking at conflicts…causes and solutions….I read this on a site, Desultory Heroics, I may not agree with the total post I do see some value in the solution and I think it needs to be considered….there has been enough death and destruction…..chuq

Desultory Heroics

_74590478_00e0aa73-8303-4224-89de-0029b5e5eae1Editor’s note: While we do not completely agree with the author’s analysis of factors leading to the strife in Syria, we share his desire for greater peace, freedom and stability in the region.

By Robert J. Burrowes

In early 2011, as the Arab Spring was moving across North Africa and the
Middle East, small groups of nonviolent activists in Syria, which has
been under martial law since 1963, started protesting against the brutal
dictatorship of Bashar al-Assad and demanding democratic reforms, the
release of political prisoners, an increase in freedoms, abolition of
the emergency law and an end to corruption.

By mid-March these protests, particularly in cities such as Damascus,
Aleppo and Daraa, had escalated and the ‘Day of Rage’ protest on 15
March 2011 is considered by many to mark the start of the nationwide
uprising against the Assad dictatorship. The dictatorship’s reaction to
the protests became violent on 16…

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