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    The Independent: There is only one way to end the war in Syria, but no one wants to shake hands with

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    The Independent: There is only one way to end the war in Syria, but no one wants to shake hands with Satan

    The British newspaper The Independent published Saturday an article on options for the West to deal with the current crisis in Syria.
    "The only way to end the war in Syria is to negotiate with Assad, but no one wants people to see him shake hands with Satan," said Patrick Coburn, a Middle East military journalist.
    Koberne said the aim of the US-British-French missile strikes on the Assad regime was unclear, despite widespread encouragement in the Western media and media.
    The brutal history of this conflict, which led to the deaths of half a million people, shows that all parties are seeking to disarm the other parties and that one type of weapon will not be disarmed, he said. Affects the overall combat capability of a party.
    The only way to stop the use of chemical weapons is to stop the whole war, and the question is how to do it between the opponents of Assad.
    "This is the same way the United States and its allies have tried to implement their policies in the last five years since they realized that the opposition groups of the Assad are just different versions of al Qaeda, such as the Islamic state organization and the pro-Nasser front," he said.
    "The West is keen that the war in Syria continues without a party winning it until we reach the current sensitive situation," he said. "If the missile strikes against the arrogant alliance of Syria, Iran and Assad's regime begin, the West will not know where the confrontation will end.
    Kubern blames the media for portraying the civil war in Syria as a "vicious" side of Assad and any "good" hostile side, which has become a burden on politicians. None of them wants to be blamed or berated by the people for negotiating with the " Devil ", which means that war will often be more intense.


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