By Editor in Chief: Ali Kassem
عنوان البريد الإلكتروني هذا محمي من روبوتات السبام. يجب عليك تفعيل الجافاسكربت لرؤيته.
It wasn't the first time that the Secretary-General of the United Nations is concerned about the developments in Idlib. He had expressed such concern, which raises fear in its details and suggestions that show, at minimum, a kind of fear for the sake of the terrorists especially when they scream asking for help or when the functional task of the international organization being in accordance with the dimensions of the aggression system, and according to the requirements of its direct and indirect intervention, or when the sponsors of terrorism feel helpless and the fade of their terrorist project is approaching.
Mr. Guterres was not the only one to feel anxious. His predecessor was famous for that anxiety, and his contagion now affects everyone who arrives at this position, especially those cases they reach as a result of the situation reached by the international organization.
We do not deny the many causes of concern that surround his work and the international organization. We do not deny his normal right to express that, but not to defend the terrorists. It was normal for him to show this anxiety because of their practices and support they receive. Also, because of the supporting countries that offer those terrorists the weapons with political and military protection for their public terrorist practices.
We do not believe that he misses the reality of the existence of those terrorists and the danger they pose, not only to Syria, but to the region and the whole world. We don't suppose that he doesn't quietly aware of the western hidden details. We don't suppose that he doesn't know the irrefutable facts to West's political use of their role, which should require him to worry and panic about the serious implications of that role.
We are certain that he is no more keen than the Syrians for the lives of the civilians, and not more aware of the nature of their sufferance from the existence of the terrorist organizations. We believe that he had to exercise his role from his position to oblige the countries supporting terrorism to stop this support, and to force those who sponsor terrorism to stop, since it endangers the countries of the world. Perhaps the Russian warning was a clear and explicit one.
Uprooting terrorism will not be achieved by anxiety. The fight against terrorist organizations does not need to worry. It needs to stand seriously abided by the principles of the international organization that affirms this with no doubt. The international organization does not look for excuses to protect terrorists or to keep silence on the practices of States that support them or colluded with them by keeping silence or participating in distorting facts.
Mr. Guterres can remain anxious, but he has no right to be a partner in being panic for the sake of terrorists, nor to express a position that may show his support or bias towards them and their practices, because it harms the position and role of the international organization. We don't believe that there are anyone who accept that this role is misused, especially since the world in its current reality cannot tolerate further marginalization of the international organization, or deviating it from its basic principles.
Translated by amal Suleiman Ma'rouf
By Editor in Chief: Ali Kassem