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Our Nonlethal Assistances Raise Lethal Fighters in Syria
The decision is announced when an estimated 9 million Syrians have fled their homes, many of which are seeking asylum in Europe and US or live in refugee camps in neighboring countries.
Opposition groups, who chose to fights and endanger themselves, now enjoy the benefits of the diplomatic status while Syrian civilians who involuntarily are paying the high price of war in their country, live in refugee camps. Some children died during the passing winter in camps due to severe cold and many others suffered from lack of nutrition. Not the mention the threat to the mental and physical health to all Syrian families.
Furthermore the US officials stated the decision of granting $27 million is to “assist moderate opposition groups in Syria”, yet the officials do not explain how did they conclude that Syrian National Coalition (SNC) that is receiving such aid is actually a moderate group?
Is there any moderate group left in Syria? According to UN, SRW and many other research and news entities all groups in Syria are killing and they have used chemical weapons. Who are these moderate groups and how are they helping the situation in Syria enough to deserve $287 million of our tax money?
Thankfully this administration is helping only in “nonlethal” assistance. But doesn’t that mean we are helping fighters have better food, better communicating and transportation methods and even diplomatic safety? As a result those fighters are stronger, healthier, and more comfortable killers?
In theory helping with food and cars is nonlethal assistance but in reality stronger killers are threatening and therefore our nonlethal assistance in resulting in stronger lethal fighters. Thus, going against the American value of peace.