Should we help train Syria army?
Amount many reasons, one reason Syria is able to let ISIS have a foothold is, since their successful, revolt the government don't have a proper army of their own and regional warlords rise to power. Should we help train the Syria government's army. So they can better defend them self?
Yes, If the world keeps on watching from far what is happening in Syria without offering any support militarily, Syria will become the breeding site for terrorists just like Yemen. The early the better because this problem will start spreading to other countries and handling it will be more difficult.
by Deforest 5 years ago
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by LhouvieBlue 7 years ago
It is very serious situation and Syria is facing a chaos world where in more Syrians are dying each day passed.UN Security Council made an urgent meeting towards this event and how they can help the people of the country.
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by Deforest 5 years ago
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by Dr Billy Kidd 5 years ago
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by alexandriaruthk 5 years ago
Should the US get the approval of the UN before intervening in Syria?But before that, Obama seeks approval of the Congress. I am talking about the UN this time.
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