While the West has no adequate system to protect its citizenry from Muslim migrant chaos, violence and disease, the Middle Eastern despots continue their killing machines and shed more blood.
Now Assad intends to win back “every inch” of Syria and said that “Aleppo would be a graveyard for the hopes and dreams of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.”
One fallout will be the humanitarian crisis of escalating numbers of refugees. But the West is not focusing on helping the Christian and Yazidi refugees who suffer the greatest extremes of cruelty as infidels. Instead, more Muslim migrants will be swarming into Europe and will be indiscriminately welcomed in by North American liberal politicians who have abandoned their duty to protect its citizenry from Muslim migrant chaos, violence and disease.
So far, under the rampaging Islamic State, over 19 thousand civilians have been killed in Iraq, and over 3.2 million people displaced. In Syria, the UN reports that 250,000 people have been killed, with over 12 million others displaced.
“Assad vows to fight on, says Aleppo to be Erdogan’s graveyard”, Reuters, June 7, 2016
President Bashar al-Assad vowed on Tuesday to fight on in what he called Syria’s war against terrorism, showing no sign of compromise in his first major address since peace talks broke down in April.
Assad said he would win back “every inch” of Syria and said Aleppo would be a graveyard for the hopes and dreams of Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, a major sponsor of the insurgents battling to topple him.
“Our war against terrorism is continuing,” Assad said in a speech to parliament broadcast by state TV. “As we liberated Tadmur (Palmyra) and before it many areas, we will liberate every inch of Syria from their hands. Our only option is victory, otherwise Syria will not continue.”
The Syrian army and allied militia, aided by Russian air strikes, recovered control of Palmyra from Islamic State insurgents in March. In addition to the war with Islamic State, Assad is fighting rebels who include groups that have received support from his foreign enemies, Turkey included.
The war has greatly diminished Assad’s control of Syria, with Islamic State, an array of rebel groups, and a powerful Kurdish militia establishing authority over wide parts of the country….