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Neither The Bloodbath Nor The Oppression-Tne Hope For The Self-Consciousness and Common Sense of Syrian Public

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Submitted by Murat Yumlu (Turkey), Apr 9, 2011 at 18:36

After all, this is the present-time truth of Syria-surely not easily appreciated. Additionally, the resentment of the people appears as a case to break from the below and huge part of the iceberg. On this axis, the people who are putting their discontedness forward should believe in themselves first. As al, there, the nation is an imagined one yet there can be the option of overcoming the anti-Western and occidental thoughts as well as the forecasted bloodbaths within a breakup from the Syrian national identity in the most representative terms. This road hopefully would build a new future to Syria not to loosen its self-satisfying polities in the near future but to be a part of past-historical conditionality through the distribution of egalitarian positions in both the class and identitical terms and participation to the regional peace negotiations and trials.

Seemingly, the afterwardness in the region opens new pages and wish not to attend the fortune-tellings through the deep conflicts. Otherwise, the outer perspectives to the turmoil in the country would reproduce the static scenarios of both the foreign imperialist powers interventionist paths and the domestic conspiracy theories of the dynastically right impositions.

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