- Posted September 11, 2013 by
Muntinlupa City, Philippines
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Are chemical weapons a ‘red line’?
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On Russia's Proposal that Syria Will Surrender all of its Chemical Weapons
Also, even if the Assad regime decides to really surrender all of its chemical weapons, the international community must still investigate who ordered the deadly chemical weapons' attack on a certain village in Syria. The international community must come up with a plan that will pinpoint the perpetrators and masterminds of the said attack. The perpetrators and masterminds of the said attack should be prosecuted for violating the international law and penalized if proven guilty. The international community must see to it that those violators of the international law from Syria would be punished for their crimes against humanity. The US should keep on reminding the international community of the dangers that the world would be facing if those who were responsible for the "chemical attack" that killed so many innocent Syrian civilians would not be penalized for violating the international law.
Russia should make sure that the Assad regime will allow the international community to take hold of all of Syria's chemical weapons, so that military strikes against Syria will not push through. But if the Assad regime will be reluctant and non-cooperative in surrendering all of Syria's chemical weapons, then Obama's plan to attack the said regime with bombs and missiles will certainly push through. It's also important that the international community would get united in formulating a plan that will effectively punish the perpetrators and masterminds of the recent chemical weapons' attack against a village in Syria. Those who violate the international law in Syria should be punished for war crimes.