Comments on: The time for talks in Syria has passed Sat, 05 May 2012 13:11:11 +0000 hourly 1 By: greenspy Wed, 21 Mar 2012 18:54:28 +0000 The present government in Syria has lost all credibility.Its just a matter of time before it falls, I completely agree with this commetary. With help from outsiders, military knowledge, assistance from countries who are willing to help up this horrible situation.

If one member of the military shot one of our citizens, he would be jailed immediately, because we have something called law and a multiparty government.

By: KyleDexter Fri, 16 Mar 2012 13:31:15 +0000 Wow, these guys are a true mouthpiece for the Isreali and US governments. So Mubarak’s regime was not as oppresive as Syria. Mubarak killed almost 2000 people. The reason he was swept aside was because the US pressured him to step down via the Egyptian military.
And now the French were not as oppresive as the Baath regime!!!!

French soldiers use to use Syrians for target practice.

You got to love these ‘experts’ on the middle east who have never lived there ever in their life!

By: kafantaris Fri, 16 Mar 2012 04:12:51 +0000 Sarkozy is right, Assad is a murderer. What else would you call him after he killed hundreds of people with snipers on rooftops?
Indeed, Assad and his henchmen have so much blood on their hands that they are no longer concerned with saving Syria, but with saving their own hide.
As a world community governed by universal principals of fairness and empathy for our fellow men we cannot avert our eyes from the crimes against humanity these monsters are committing. Assad has gone beyond the point of any return to civilized governance. He knows it, and we know it.
It is time, therefore, that we deal with him as the criminal he has become.
We had acted with resolve against a similar criminal in Libya and we should act with resolve against this one in Syria now. Russia and China would be prudent to again stay out of the way.
Enough is enough.
Once more, the world has to do what simply needs to be done.