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Syria, still unstable

The “Stop the War coalition” is organising a series of events in the U.K. that aim to raise awareness and rally support in their attempt to stop an intervention in Syria.

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On July the 9th this year, Kofi Annan met with Bashar Assad in a new attempt to stop the violence in Syria. The agreement seemed stronger than ever, but according to “Stop the War Coalition”, it did little or nothing to change the situation. A transition government is yet to be announced.

Meanwhile, Syria and Turkey continue their push and pull. The Turkish border has become a potentially dangerous point, with Syrian opposition fighters and Turkish troops on each side. The escalating conflict could potentially explode into a war.

The weapons supplied by Qatar, the support of the West and the arrival of the CIA, reflect the difficult situation of a threatened country with a president that will not yield.

Iran

According to a “Stop the War Coalition” release, “The United States has doubled its number of mine-searching ships and established fighter jets in fear that Iran will try to close the Hormuz straight, in retaliation to European Union sanctions over oil”.

The Coalition assures that a Middle Eastern war is on its way to soon becoming a reality.

Imperialist wars

Sociologist Sami Ramadani published in The Guardian that the world is currently assisting in creating a new era of imperialist wars over the last 10 years. He named it a “change of regime through sectarian war”.

Sami Ramadani

Aiming to stop such acts and looking for solutions and fairness, “Stop the War Coalition” is organising a series of events in the U.K.

“The problems are complex, but most British people are firmly against a situation like Iraq”, said the Coalition.

The group is opening its doors to anyone who is interested in organising a meeting in their area. It is everyone’s fight.

For more information, visit: www.stopwar.org.uk

Or contact via email: office@stopwar.org.uk, or phone: 020 7561 9311 –

(Translated by David Buchanan (Google Drive) – Email: davidbv84@gmail.com)

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