Should Syrian region change into a New Afganistan Land
January 4, 2014
Inn the Syrian region there s are now swarming and surging all kind of violent elements which do not have any peaceful motivee intheir handlings, all of them inexperienced in civilian state life and responsible democracy, that UN and even people without own state in all the world are striving for.
That ” war ” inside Syria is not like a civil war, because there is not a question about intern integration and areas or internal political parties, but it is an invasion war, where elements from outside the Syrian civilization are streaming into the coutnry. The war is unhuman and genocidal- and soon, a threat to all civilization in the world. And ss in Afganistan: The enemy is woman and girls and education
The number of nationalities within rebel ranks in Syria “could be has high as 70,” Erlich assessed.
The recruitment rate of foreign volunteers to the jihadi war effort in Syria “is much faster than what it was during the war in Afghanistan,” Erlich added.
“It’s faster than ever. The volunteers are expected to pose a threat to their countries of origin,” he said.
Unlike Afghanistan, which is geographically remote, Syria is easy to get to from Western Europe, Erlich said. He called for the international community to cooperate in drawing up legislation and joint policy to tackle the threat.
A multi-disciplinary effort – not just an intelligence response – was needed, Erlich said.