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What awaits Syrians in the post-war period

  • Harun Yahya

Jakarta   /   Sat, December 16 2017   /  01:19 am

It is probably an understatement to say that the situation in Syria is dire. Take for example a woman who forgets about her hunger and listens to the cries of her children and boils grass to feed them. In East Ghouta babies cry due to dehydration and exhaustion.

It’s important to decide which is better: to maintain the current status quo or to find a way to escape from this whirlpool of destruction and misery. This definitely describes the current situation in Syria where there is no choice but to leave.

Russia, Iran and Turkey have been planning and coordinating efforts to stabilize Syria for some time. These three nations have made compromises to bring peace to the region and come to common ground in order to end this conflict.

They first created the Astana peace process which represents the most important initiative to date to bring an end to the Syrian confl...