Britain Must Invlove itself in Syrian Intervention

September 2, 2013

I have done a post on Conservative Home which can be read here:

http://conservativehome.blogs.com/platform/2013/09/imtiaz-ameen.html

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Syria Debate on Thursday

August 27, 2013

The Prime Minister has just tweeted:  

“Speaker agrees my request to recall Parliament on Thurs. There’ll be a clear Govt motion & vote on UK response to chemical weapons attacks”

A few days I posted that if chemical weapon use by the Syrian regime was established then some form of intervention would be inevitable. The momentum for direct action is now building and some form of military action by the West I suspect is now only a matter of time.


Intervention in Syria?

August 21, 2013

If it is confirmed that chemical weapons have been used today in an attack by the Syrian government then this represents a serious escalation in this conflict and will most likely mean that there will be some form of intervention by a coalition of countries whether a UN mandate is secured or not. Bearing in mind that the war in Iraq was entered into on the premise, which turned out to be false that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction he was preparing to use then the actual use of chemical weapons by a dictatorial regime in the same region will be impossible to ignore. 

With the continued unrest in Egypt and in other neighbouring countries, the Middle East has become in recent months an extremely volatile region.