27 June, 2019

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Syria Intervention: Key Questions Answered

Would military action be legal, what is the UN’s role and what happens next?

Would a military attack be legal?

Why is the UK taking the case to the UN security council and what is likely to happen there?

What is the evidence likely to show?

Why not wait for the UN weapons inspectors to issue a report?

Read more in the Guardian

UN inspectors investigating the chemical attack in Damascus, Syria. Photograph: Bassem Tellawi/Xinhua Press/Corbis /Guardian

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    “Would a military attack be legal?”

    Please refer this question to David Blacker, the Expert on International Law,Gita, Manu Dharma and Arthasasthra.

    “Why is the UK taking the case to the UN security council and what is likely to happen there?”

    Please refer this question to David Blacker, the Expert on Geopolitics and International affairs.

    “What is the evidence likely to show?”

    Please refer this question to David Blacker, the Expert on Forensic Evidence, Ethics and Effectiveness if necessary denial.

    “Why not wait for the UN weapons inspectors to issue a report?”

    Please refer this question to David Blacker, the hanging judge.

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      Native Vedda,

      WMD on Iraq?

      Did they find it?

      Just an excuse for Western Imperialist Hegemony.

      You can fool some of the people some of the time, not all the people all the time, even the Educated Britishers.

      The British Parliament knows it.

      http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/uk-assad-repeat-gas-attacks-punished-20107355

      After Syria Defeat, UK Minister Warns on Retreat
      LONDON August 29, 2013 (AP)
      Treasury chief George Osborne is warning that Britain should not turn its back on the world after a stunning parliamentary defeat over a government motion for military intervention in Syria.

      He told BBC on Friday that he understands that many lawmakers and British citizens do not want U.K. military involvement in Syria, where the government is suspected of using chemical weapons against civilians.

      He said there will be “national soul-searching” about Britain’s global role after the ‘no’ vote.

      Prime Minister David Cameron had sought to rally Parliament behind plans for military action against the regime of President Bashar Assad, but failed to win a majority.

      He said he will respect Parliament’s view, indicating Britain would not for now take a military role.

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        Western hegemony against Muslim hegemony. None is better than the other.

        The bottom line is Muslims die in thousands everyday reducing their population growth. :(

        When Sunnis and Shiias kill each other, the infidels live happily ever after. :)

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          Fathima Fukushima

          “Western hegemony against Muslim hegemony. None is better than the other.”

          Please explain Muslim hegemony.

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