By Editor in Chief: Ali Kassem
عنوان البريد الإلكتروني هذا محمي من روبوتات السبام. يجب عليك تفعيل الجافاسكربت لرؤيته.
The reality of Rukban camp opens the door to a series of questions that can no longer be untold in the light of the human tragedy from which its inhabitants suffers as a result of the American desperate attempts to politically brutally invest in their sufferance.
Despite the withdrawal of pretexts from Syria and Russia, through a series of actions on the ground, providing the means to allow them to exit safely, but the US administration looks at the scene as its almost the final card, specifically with regard to its mercenary, which it considers as a source of funding to go on intimidating camp residents.
The issue is no longer in the minor political understanding promoted by the Western discourse, along with all of the trumpets of terrorism together, and what it joins under its banner, insofar as it relates to the extent of the regression in the American use of mercenaries and tools, though it largely reflects the disappointment of modest performance and shrinking role, where it can no longer use it in politics, but those cards that allow them to make the camp's residents as prisoners of the mercenaries of Washington.
This can be understood through the pretexts and arguments marketed by Washington, which have lost the minimum political and moral justification, to the extent that the justification for the US refusal to address the issue of residents of Rukban, has become trite like the US policy itself, when it loses its logical criteria in the political dealings with this issue.
The difference today is that these pretexts and rationales lose their effect and feasibility of frequent use on the impact of the developments and variables that are sweeping the entire system of aggression, and don't end with the variable in the relationship between the parties of the system and cases of doubt and suspicion, which adds to the task of the American Maestro problems he seems to be forced to consider, after emerging of the scenes of rebellion among mercenaries, and the differences between their components, adding to the threats of some to withdraw from the militias set up by America.
This applies to the terrorist organizations associated with the Erdogan regime, where the results of the Turkish elections came to ignite the fears, from the retreat of Turkish support after the setback of the head of the Turkish regime with his party on the impact of differences that raging between the pillars of the regime. This situation requires at minimum to take some heads away from the political scene, and preoccupation with the restoration of what can be restored, or recovery of what is possible to recover.
This leads to the assertion that the expected end of mercenaries and terrorists is in the semi-final stage, repeating the alliance's equations concerning the shortage of funding resources on which mercenaries and terrorists relied, which were a major reason for prolonging their functional existence and their role in the service of the terrorist project and ambitions of the system of aggression.
Rukban camp is on the list of the due. The sufferance of the internally displaced and the fugitives from the terrorist organizations and their atrocities, will not remain the same. The political and field evidences are present there. On the ground, the changes are the same as in the regional and international scene, and the confusion in the internal relation between the system of aggression and its mercenaries indicates that the start of Zero-hour preparing for a new scene, which its minimum to get rid of the investment in terrorism or its final outcome by the safely return of those, who are detained in it, to their areas liberated by the Syrian Arab Army with the return of the Rukban land and its surroundings to the Syrian state.
Translated by Amal Suleiman Ma'rouf