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    Russia reaction in case of US attack to Syria

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    Hannibal Barca

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    Re: Russia reaction in case of US attack to Syria

    Post  Hannibal Barca on Thu Aug 06, 2015 2:20 am

    So having a job and being able to get their own money out of the bank is poor is it?

    All these rich Greeks obviously don't need debt relief if they are all rich, so why don't they pay what they owe?

    Having a nice house and a big car doesn't make you rich if the bank owns it all.

    The discussion about who has the nicest house or the best car or is "rich" or "poor" is not really very relevant to this thread.

    Take it elsewhere.


    Do you have something personal? If you intent to abuse your moderation privileges to feel important I am not the one to play your game.
    I was referring to Russia recovery in relation to Syria and Ukraine, foreign policy in general.
    Isolating a sentence is not cunning. Interpreting it wrongly is no better either.
    I will not answer your questions here because they are obviously off topic, but you are completely confused about what GDP stands for which is economic output and not houses or cars
    and completely misinformed about the debt problem in Greece, which is state owned and not private owned.
    All in all a representative post of yours.
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    Re: Russia reaction in case of US attack to Syria

    Post  zepia on Thu Aug 06, 2015 4:37 am

    Road to Damascus: Iran, Russia Offer New Security Map for Syria - Syrian MP
    01:27 06.08.2015(updated 02:41 06.08.2015)

    Prominent Syrian MP Khaled Al-Aboud told Sputnik’s Arabic service that a joint Russia-Iran effort may represent a real solution for the Syrian crisis.

    Iran and Russia are working side by side to find a solution for the crisis in Syria, Khaled Al-Aboud, a member of the People’s Council of Syria, told Sputnik Arabic on Wednesday.

    Al-Aboud’s comments come following Tehran’s announcement that it will submit to the UN a four-point plan on how to end the civil war in Syria.
    No further details were provided by Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian, who announced the plan.
    But Russia plays a key role in this process as well, Khaled Al-Aboud said.

    “While Syria proves its steadfastness in the battlefield and prevents the progress of its enemies’ tools,
    Iran tries to find out a balance for all parties in the region, and therefore Iran is in contact with Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Turkey.


    “Russia follows the suit of Iran, of another kind of equalization in the region, an overall of the regional political equalization.
    Russia goes towards having all parties, and it plays a key role in establishing an international equalization to receive all these political parties.

    “We are witnessing a new ‘security map’ in the region where Russia, Iran and Syria is the head,” Al-Aboud told Sputnik.

    He referred to the old “security map” designed by the United States, which, according to him, completely failed to bring peace to the region.

    “We should highlight that the [Iranian] initiative came after the American administration failed to reach its main strategic goal for which it launched aggression in the region.
    I think that the main issue, the big plan of the Middle East, is behind our backs now. The United States does not have a “security map” any more.
    Therefore, it needs this Iranian initiative and Russia’s push.”

    A fresh peace plan for Syria is sure to influence the state of affairs across the whole region, Al-Aboud argued.

    “This initiative is not isolated from the ongoing regional and international events – it is based on the situation in the region.
    The milestone of the initiative is the Iranian nuclear agreement.
    What concerns the Syrian crisis, I think that some important changes will also happen in other crises as well: in Yemen, Lebanon, Palestine, or Bahrain.”


    Reflecting on the US’ role in the playing out of events in Syria, Mr. Al-Aboud noticed:

    “We continue following the US scene in the region – the United States did not present a single solution for the crisis in Syria, ISIL is spread in the region.
    The only “card” the United States is proud of is that it trained the so-called ‘New Syrian Fighters’ to fight the so-called ‘terrorism.’

    As well, the United States gave up on its ‘tools’ in the region, of the House of Saud (The Kingdom of the Saudi Arabia), and pressure Erdogan into some matters…”

    Syria has been mired in a civil war since 2011, as government forces fight opposition and radical Islamist militant groups,
    including the Nusra Front and the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
    More than 220,000 people are believed to have been killed in the hostilities to date, with over 12 million displaced from their homes.

    While the West has pushed for the government of President Bashar al-Assad to be changed, Moscow argues that Assad is the legitimate president of Syria,
    and that the Syrian people should be able to choose their government and leaders without outside intervention. Iran too has shown support for the Syrian government.

    Moscow and Geneva have each hosted two rounds of talks between the Syrian opposition and state authorities.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20150806/1025442759.html#ixzz3hzwEgZiY
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    Re: Russia reaction in case of US attack to Syria

    Post  GarryB on Thu Aug 06, 2015 11:54 am

    Do you have something personal? If you intent to abuse your moderation privileges to feel important I am not the one to play your game.

    Nothing personal, and I don't see why I am not allowed to express an opinion just because I am a mod.

    You must know me well enough to know I wont ban you for disagreeing with me or having a different view.

    I was referring to Russia recovery in relation to Syria and Ukraine, foreign policy in general.
    Isolating a sentence is not cunning. Interpreting it wrongly is no better either.

    This thread is supposed to be about the potential Russian reaction to a US attack on syria, or currently the US attacks on ISIS in Syria and potentially on government forces too.

    What on earth does that have to do with Russias economic recovery?

    As stated by many other members, there are plenty of threads about the Russian economy ... pick one and post there... or create your own if you don't think it does not fit any existing thread.

    I will not answer your questions here because they are obviously off topic, but you are completely confused about what GDP stands for which is economic output and not houses or cars
    and completely misinformed about the debt problem in Greece, which is state owned and not private owned.

    Like I said... not in this thread.

    All in all a representative post of yours.

    Take your economics discussion to another relevant thread or I will start deleting and thinking about giving time outs.


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