'Washington Post': U.S. and allies are considering participation in Syria.

'Washington Post': U.S. and allies are considering participation in Syria.

Washington : DC : USA | Mar 11, 2012 at 11:55 AM PDT
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Syria's President Bashar al-Assad

The administration of President Barack Obama and U.S. foreign allies has grown debate over a possible military intervention in Syria, where the administration of President Assad brutally suppressed rebellion - reported Sunday "Washington Post".

Consideration is an existing armed conflict of the opposition forces in Syria, sending troops to ensure the delivery of humanitarian aid, or even look attacks on Syrian antiaircraft positions.

The intensity of the pursuit of solutions associated with the military weakening of faith, to persuade President Bashar el-Assad, to get the domain or has made concessions to the opposition. On Saturday, in an interview with the Special Envoy of the UN Kofi Annan Asad virtually ruled out talks with insurgents.

Between countries but there are - as writes, "Washington Post" - the postulated differences in the range of possible involvement in Syria.

Although Saudi Arabia and Qatar need to carry weapons of the rebels, some other countries vary, claiming that the Syrian opposition's intentions are not sure.

If think the insurgents U.S. rearming operations have pleased to provide resources for communications and intelligence support, - inform the representatives of the U.S..

Also, takes into account the company along the border with Turkey "safe zones" where available to humanitarian aid and organized opposition forces.

The most invasive alternative, is to develop attacks against Syrian air defense standpoints, as been done in Libya in March last year.

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