Monday, April 22, 2013

Revision of Exploration 10: The Danger of the Syrian Chemical Weapons

This Middle Eastern issue is a substantial common issue that’s affecting the rest of the region, which I thought a few number of the world countries is actually involved on how to find the best solution without a military use. But I really think that countries such as China, USA, and other European countries need to take part of finding the solution to this ongoing issue. It is now two years plus that the Syrian rebels are fighting Bashar Al-Assad’s military regime. And of course where there is war there are definitely deaths and casualties in the both sides who are fighting, and more likely civilians.The Humanitarian Groups (the UN) estimated that more than 120,000 deaths and almost 250,000 were injured in total in a period of two years. In addition to the 2.5-3 million internally displaced, and 1.2 million refugees. This sounds like a typical result of the most common conflicts, but there is really more to that. The Syrian Military Has a chemical weapons which is prohibited to be used. In my point of view, the use of these weapons could result a larger conflict or in other words a regional war.It has been confirmed that the Syrian regime already used these weapons but in an indirect way. The world already experienced the outcomes of this problem. In both World War II, and in the first Gulf War in 1990. So we need to take more strong steps on how to resolve and eliminate these kinds of weapons. Also to stop them from falling into the hands of the wrong people.     

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