"Guys, don’t go to Geneva"

The anti-Syrians ewes and their masters met in Doha yesterday  as to  better coordinate military support for their terrorists on the ground according the official conclusions of their farce meeting! Hence according to Qatar's Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Al Thani  "Force is necessary to achieve justice. And the provision of weapons is the only way to achieve peace in Syria's case," !!!

Those attendees in Doha must, particularly the USA, according to Russia's veteran Foreign Minister,  choose whether it wants to stage a peace conference on Syria or keep fueling the "rebels’" hopes of victory as it’s impossible to do both things at the same time, pointing out that  Russia wants to understand if their partners in America and the United Nations are really consistent with the idea of the Geneva 2 conference on Syria as their actions keep sending the wrong message to the country’s opposition.

“The message the opposition is getting: ‘Guys, don’t go to Geneva. Don’t say that you are going to negotiate with the regime. Soon things will change in your favor.’ So, that’s what we want to clarify. It’s either the conference or the instigation of the opposition not to be flexible. I don’t think it’s possible to do both at the same time,” asserting that Russia has been pushing for the peace solution “irrespective of the situation on the ground,” while the West started speaking of a conference only after Assad’s forces began advancing on the rebels.  

 “They weren’t ready to discuss it when many people believed that the opposition would take Damascus in recent weeks. If now they’ll be moving in the direction of what some opposition leaders are saying – namely, let’s first restore military balance on the ground and then we’ll go the conference. This’ll be a disaster for all diplomatic efforts because this would never end.”

However, the majority of the Syrians are only committed to the purging of Syria from all al-Qaeda affiliated terrorists on the ground and of no less importance to the political solution of the crisis in Syria, based on H.E. President Bashar Al-Assad January 6th landmark  speech.


Dr. Mohammad Abdo Al-Ibrahim