Alsahli says that the “brotherly” relations between Assad and other regimes in nearby states have always been present, out of “concern for the safety and territorial integrity of the Syrian people and the strengthening of the pan-Arab relationship”, as is said in statements regarding Arab normalization with the Assad regime which used the recent earthquake as an opportunity that encouraged some of those previously embarrassed by this relationship.
the Syrian scene “has not changed except for the re-establishment of repression and brutality over the Syrian geography”Nizar Alsahli
All these efforts on the part of Arab regimes, according to Alsahli, have reassured Assad that the survival of his regime is a done deal. Alsahli believes that the Syrian scene “has not changed except for the re-establishment of repression and brutality over the Syrian geography,” in addition to exposing the lies of “concern for the safety and territorial integrity of the Syrian people.”
What is worth noting is that the same countries that severed relations with the Assad regime under the pretext of its closeness to Iran, have strengthened their relationship with Iran and increased the pace of political and economic relations with it after installing Iranian penetration in Syria.
“the crimes, massacres, and disasters attributed to the regime and its army against the Syrian people have multiplied throughout 12 years.”Nizar Alsahli
And the countries that rejected the policies of repression against the Syrian people need to know that from the moment of severance with the regime to the moment of reconnection, “the crimes, massacres, and disasters attributed to the regime and its army against the Syrian people have multiplied throughout 12 years.”
Alsahli views Syria as an occupied country with the complicity of the Assad regime, which welcomed the Russian occupation and mortgaged the country’s economic capabilities to Moscow and Tehran, in addition to the American, Turkish and Israeli occupation, and a state of social disintegration with unprecedented economic and security collapses.
“Most importantly, everything related to the political process, and the Security Council and United Nations resolutions related to the peaceful transfer of power, was deliberately ignored for reasons related to what was achieved in Syria and left a ‘comfortable’ impact on the rest of the regimes racing for normalization,” Alsahli asserts.
“Will war crimes and crimes against humanity [in Syria] be obliterated?”Nizar Alsahli
“Russia is present in Syria as well as Iran. The first is a ‘superpower’ country in its military and economic capabilities in terms of gas and oil, as well as Iran, yet they could not secure a jar of gas or an oil canister for the Syrian citizen, only weapons stores, military bases, ammunition and a militia present to kill Syrians, and they were able to abort any political solution aimed at achieving the aspirations of the Syrian people for freedom, citizenship and building democracy.
“If we assume that the regime returned to the lap of the League, and Assad toured Arab capitals and gave speeches about ‘Syria, Arabism and Palestine’, and re-ruminated the words of ‘half-men’ and talked about victory and the defeat of the conspiracy and heroism, and those present applauded him, will this change the results of what he has achieved? Will war crimes and crimes against humanity be obliterated?” Alsahli asks.