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September 30, 2017, marks exactly two years since Russia began battling international terrorism in Syria at the request of Damas Options
Yarin
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September 30, 2017, marks exactly two years since Russia began battling international terrorism in Syria at the request of Damascus.
Making the World a Safer Place
Thanks to Russia's actions, almost 90 percent of Syria has been liberated from Daesh. The two-year-long campaign has changed the course of the war, and a ray of hope for the restoration of peaceful life in the republic is shining brighter than ever.

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The unrest in Syria, part of a wider wave of 2011 Arab Spring protests, grew
out of discontent with the Assad government and escalated to an armed
conflict after protests calling for his removal were violently suppressed.

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TheParser
Posted: Sunday, October 1, 2017 8:25:48 AM
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Yarin wrote:




Thanks to Russia's actions




In the United States, it is impossible to discuss Russia in a rational, calm, and adult fashion.

The so-called Democratic Party is convinced (or is convincing itself) that its presidential candidate lost because of Russian interference.

And, of course, ALL Americans were very upset by Russia's taking the Crimea and its role in the shooting down of that airplane, with bodies falling from the air.


NEVERTHELESS:


1. Until Russia entered the Syrian mess, the other nations were not doing anything.
2. Russia's entrance changed everything.
3. My super "liberal" rag (newspaper) recently claimed that President Assad has won.
4. That rag also reported that President Assad may extend autonomy to the Kurds.
5. All wars, of course, eventually come to an end because of exhaustion.
6. You are right: peace is finally coming back.
7. Russia does deserve credit for forcing the issue -- in my OPINION.
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