The War in Syria Rages on Over 30,000 are Dead and the World Sits

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The War in Syria Rages on Over 30,000 are Dead and the World Sits

March 21, 2011 Avi writes an article Syria: The Wall of Fear is cracking in which he discusses the ramifications of the uprising in Syria.

“…Syria is neither Egypt nor Tunisia…that regime will not hesitate to oppress the uprising by all means possible…the events in Syria will have an enormous impact on Israel in the short term as well as the long term. 

The turbulence in Syria will directly impact the whole structure of Iran-Syria- HezbollahHamas, the radical Axis that challenges Israel.  

At this point there is one major question that must be asked: 

What will the position of the international community be in a situation where events in Syria quickly deteriorate into a bloody massacre in Syrian cities? 

Will the UN Security Council issue a resolution aiming to protect, by all means possible, the Syrian civilians from their own brutal regime?  What will be the position of the Arab League?

These questions are not theoretical.  They are very immediate and very clear, and they may be very relevant in a very short period of time.  The way they will be addressed by the International community and the factors in the region, will substantially impact both the regional and global system.”

As of October 2012 the UN Security Council and the international community have failed to put an end to the bloodshed in Syria which has resulted in the death of over 30,000 Syrians.

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Avi Melamed is an expert on current affairs in the Arab & Muslim World and their impact on Israel & the Middle East. A former Israeli Intelligence Official & Senior Official on Arab Affairs, Fluent in Arabic, English, and Hebrew, he has held high-risk Government, Senior Advisory, Intelligence & Counter-Terrorist intelligence positions in Arab cities & communities - often in very sensitive times - on behalf of Israeli Government agencies. He is the Founder & CEO of Inside the Middle East | Intelligence Perspectives - an apolitical non-partisan curriculum using intelligence methodology to examine the Middle East. As an Author, Educator, Expert, and Strategic Intelligence Analyst, Avi provides Intelligence Analysis, Briefings, and Geopolitical Tours to diplomats, Israeli and foreign policymakers, global media outlets, and a wide variety of international businesses, organizations, and private clients on a range of Israel and Middle East Affairs.

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