More than 100 people including women and children were killed by forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday in Homs. [REUTERS]
Syria’s conflict began as a peaceful protest movement in March 2011 and has since become a full-scale civil war that has claimed more than 60,000 lives. [REUTERS]
In an interview with RT Syrian President Bashar al-Assad denied allegations of a full fledged Syrian civil war. There could be no functioning state if this was a full fledged civil war, he argues. Whether this is accurate or not, no one can be fully sure, nor about the fate of Syria.
How many more people must die? How much longer must Syrians, and the rest of the Arab world, including Palestinians, suffer from political unrest and injustice?