For God's Sake Europe You Need To Help Turkey Help Syrian Civilians!

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In regard to humanities failure to do its duty in allowing Syrian civilians in Idlib province to perish as a result of the Syrian Army offensive in Idlib good American people have a defense our President is a despicable egomaniac there is nothing we can do to get our country to act responsibly were not dealing with a person in the Presidency that has a reliable conscience. But the good people of Europe you have no moral defense ideally your countries should be creating a peace keeping mission to create a militarized separation zone in the upper section of Idlib province between the Syrian Army and the rebels to avert the humanitarian crisis that is ongoing and will get worse for that is your back yard and the refugees created by this abandonment of civilians will flee to Europe thus hurting your people with the negative economic consequences that will unfold from this scenario.


But the world need not ask you Europeans to do the ideal we only ask you to do the bare minimum that virtue calls for which is responsibly help the Turkish people with this humanitarian mission they are trying to accomplish and are prepared to do the heavy lifting on by being prepared to use their army to create this militarized separation zone. Minimum virtue calls for European countries to pay at least seventy-five percent of the cost the Turkish people will incur to expand their Army and create this zone and maintain this Zone; remember this zone to protect this enclave in Idlib only will be like one hundred and fifty miles in length. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish Army has the manpads or stinger missiles or whatever the current lingo is so the Turkish Army can stop the Syrian and Russian Air forces from providing close air support to the Syrian Army and their allies forces attacking in Idlib. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish forces have the artillery guns and shells and the javelin anti-tank weapons needed to do the job. Again, this is a relatively small distance a hundred and fifty miles or so that the Turkish Army has to advance and hold it isn't like the Europeans are asked to fund a major war it protection of an enclave. Turkey is a member of the major European defense alliance Nato so it isn't like the Europeans are being asked to arm a country they can foresee being at war with in the future. This is another reason Europe should help Turkey the 3.7 million Syrian refugees that have fled into Turkey plus the million plus additional refugees that could readily result from the Syrian Army attack in Idlib pose a national security threat to Turkey they would to any country, Nato countries have a duty to come the aid of a fellow Nato country under an external national security threat!

This is the deal that Turkey and the European countries should work out. The Syrian rebels and Islamist groups in Idlib have to agree the war is over for them there will be no more offensive attacks against the Syrian Army you guys lost you cannot successfully fight Assad and all his allies there needs to be a " one-hundred percent stable" defense line in Idlib to protect all the Syrian civilians in free Syria and so there needs to be this agreement from all the fighting groups in Idlib these fighters should be promised that turkey and Europe will work for an amnesty agreement for all these fighters. Further, the Syrian rebels need to let the Syrian army have this key transit town Saraqib which connects Aleppo to Damascus and Aleppo to Latakia otherwise there will continue to be a big obstacle to peace in this area. The Turkish government has to agree to close their border with Greece to stop the refugee exodus which will head to Europe the harm to sovereignty needs to stop. Both Europe and Turkey need to recognize that what has happened in Syria is massive historic ethnic cleansing that should be equated with what happened in the Balkans in the latter part of the twentieth century and in this situation the people being ethnically cleansed are Syrian Sunnis probably the number rivals six million. What all these countries have to agree on is that they either through the United Nations or countries of the willing they need to mount a military campaign to create safe zones in the border areas of Syria including the whole northern part of Syria down to the Euphrates and resettle the Syrian refugees there with arrangement made for these people's permanent security. Everyone has to get serious and recognize the world cannot let the two million people in Idlib be abused and killed on a massive scale, countries connected here have to step up and stabilize and secure this situation, turning one's head away is not acceptable!
 

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In regard to humanities failure to do its duty in allowing Syrian civilians in Idlib province to perish as a result of the Syrian Army offensive in Idlib good American people have a defense our President is a despicable egomaniac there is nothing we can do to get our country to act responsibly were not dealing with a person in the Presidency that has a reliable conscience. But the good people of Europe you have no moral defense ideally your countries should be creating a peace keeping mission to create a militarized separation zone in the upper section of Idlib province between the Syrian Army and the rebels to avert the humanitarian crisis that is ongoing and will get worse for that is your back yard and the refugees created by this abandonment of civilians will flee to Europe thus hurting your people with the negative economic consequences that will unfold from this scenario.


But the world need not ask you Europeans to do the ideal we only ask you to do the bare minimum that virtue calls for which is responsibly help the Turkish people with this humanitarian mission they are trying to accomplish and are prepared to do the heavy lifting on by being prepared to use their army to create this militarized separation zone. Minimum virtue calls for European countries to pay at least seventy-five percent of the cost the Turkish people will incur to expand their Army and create this zone and maintain this Zone; remember this zone to protect this enclave in Idlib only will be like one hundred and fifty miles in length. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish Army has the manpads or stinger missiles or whatever the current lingo is so the Turkish Army can stop the Syrian and Russian Air forces from providing close air support to the Syrian Army and their allies forces attacking in Idlib. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish forces have the artillery guns and shells and the javelin anti-tank weapons needed to do the job. Again, this is a relatively small distance a hundred and fifty miles or so that the Turkish Army has to advance and hold it isn't like the Europeans are asked to fund a major war it protection of an enclave. Turkey is a member of the major European defense alliance Nato so it isn't like the Europeans are being asked to arm a country they can foresee being at war with in the future. This is another reason Europe should help Turkey the 3.7 million Syrian refugees that have fled into Turkey plus the million plus additional refugees that could readily result from the Syrian Army attack in Idlib pose a national security threat to Turkey they would to any country, Nato countries have a duty to come the aid of a fellow Nato country under an external national security threat!

This is the deal that Turkey and the European countries should work out. The Syrian rebels and Islamist groups in Idlib have to agree the war is over for them there will be no more offensive attacks against the Syrian Army you guys lost you cannot successfully fight Assad and all his allies there needs to be a " one-hundred percent stable" defense line in Idlib to protect all the Syrian civilians in free Syria and so there needs to be this agreement from all the fighting groups in Idlib these fighters should be promised that turkey and Europe will work for an amnesty agreement for all these fighters. Further, the Syrian rebels need to let the Syrian army have this key transit town Saraqib which connects Aleppo to Damascus and Aleppo to Latakia otherwise there will continue to be a big obstacle to peace in this area. The Turkish government has to agree to close their border with Greece to stop the refugee exodus which will head to Europe the harm to sovereignty needs to stop. Both Europe and Turkey need to recognize that what has happened in Syria is massive historic ethnic cleansing that should be equated with what happened in the Balkans in the latter part of the twentieth century and in this situation the people being ethnically cleansed are Syrian Sunnis probably the number rivals six million. What all these countries have to agree on is that they either through the United Nations or countries of the willing they need to mount a military campaign to create safe zones in the border areas of Syria including the whole northern part of Syria down to the Euphrates and resettle the Syrian refugees there with arrangement made for these people's permanent security. Everyone has to get serious and recognize the world cannot let the two million people in Idlib be abused and killed on a massive scale, countries connected here have to step up and stabilize and secure this situation, turning one's head away is not acceptable!
This is a problem for NATO and the United Nations. We did our job in Syria and it's time for us to leave and let NATO and the UN handle the problem.
 

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Why the hell was the leader of ISIS there.............right under the dang noses of Turkish forces............SPLAIN THAT.
 

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In regard to humanities failure to do its duty in allowing Syrian civilians in Idlib province to perish as a result of the Syrian Army offensive in Idlib good American people have a defense our President is a despicable egomaniac there is nothing we can do to get our country to act responsibly were not dealing with a person in the Presidency that has a reliable conscience. But the good people of Europe you have no moral defense ideally your countries should be creating a peace keeping mission to create a militarized separation zone in the upper section of Idlib province between the Syrian Army and the rebels to avert the humanitarian crisis that is ongoing and will get worse for that is your back yard and the refugees created by this abandonment of civilians will flee to Europe thus hurting your people with the negative economic consequences that will unfold from this scenario.


But the world need not ask you Europeans to do the ideal we only ask you to do the bare minimum that virtue calls for which is responsibly help the Turkish people with this humanitarian mission they are trying to accomplish and are prepared to do the heavy lifting on by being prepared to use their army to create this militarized separation zone. Minimum virtue calls for European countries to pay at least seventy-five percent of the cost the Turkish people will incur to expand their Army and create this zone and maintain this Zone; remember this zone to protect this enclave in Idlib only will be like one hundred and fifty miles in length. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish Army has the manpads or stinger missiles or whatever the current lingo is so the Turkish Army can stop the Syrian and Russian Air forces from providing close air support to the Syrian Army and their allies forces attacking in Idlib. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish forces have the artillery guns and shells and the javelin anti-tank weapons needed to do the job. Again, this is a relatively small distance a hundred and fifty miles or so that the Turkish Army has to advance and hold it isn't like the Europeans are asked to fund a major war it protection of an enclave. Turkey is a member of the major European defense alliance Nato so it isn't like the Europeans are being asked to arm a country they can foresee being at war with in the future. This is another reason Europe should help Turkey the 3.7 million Syrian refugees that have fled into Turkey plus the million plus additional refugees that could readily result from the Syrian Army attack in Idlib pose a national security threat to Turkey they would to any country, Nato countries have a duty to come the aid of a fellow Nato country under an external national security threat!

This is the deal that Turkey and the European countries should work out. The Syrian rebels and Islamist groups in Idlib have to agree the war is over for them there will be no more offensive attacks against the Syrian Army you guys lost you cannot successfully fight Assad and all his allies there needs to be a " one-hundred percent stable" defense line in Idlib to protect all the Syrian civilians in free Syria and so there needs to be this agreement from all the fighting groups in Idlib these fighters should be promised that turkey and Europe will work for an amnesty agreement for all these fighters. Further, the Syrian rebels need to let the Syrian army have this key transit town Saraqib which connects Aleppo to Damascus and Aleppo to Latakia otherwise there will continue to be a big obstacle to peace in this area. The Turkish government has to agree to close their border with Greece to stop the refugee exodus which will head to Europe the harm to sovereignty needs to stop. Both Europe and Turkey need to recognize that what has happened in Syria is massive historic ethnic cleansing that should be equated with what happened in the Balkans in the latter part of the twentieth century and in this situation the people being ethnically cleansed are Syrian Sunnis probably the number rivals six million. What all these countries have to agree on is that they either through the United Nations or countries of the willing they need to mount a military campaign to create safe zones in the border areas of Syria including the whole northern part of Syria down to the Euphrates and resettle the Syrian refugees there with arrangement made for these people's permanent security. Everyone has to get serious and recognize the world cannot let the two million people in Idlib be abused and killed on a massive scale, countries connected here have to step up and stabilize and secure this situation, turning one's head away is not acceptable!
This is a problem for NATO and the United Nations. We did our job in Syria and it's time for us to leave and let NATO and the UN handle the problem.
Your face when your so-called allies try to defend terrorists from the Russians, but the oil will not defend itself.
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In regard to humanities failure to do its duty in allowing Syrian civilians in Idlib province to perish as a result of the Syrian Army offensive in Idlib good American people have a defense our President is a despicable egomaniac there is nothing we can do to get our country to act responsibly were not dealing with a person in the Presidency that has a reliable conscience. But the good people of Europe you have no moral defense ideally your countries should be creating a peace keeping mission to create a militarized separation zone in the upper section of Idlib province between the Syrian Army and the rebels to avert the humanitarian crisis that is ongoing and will get worse for that is your back yard and the refugees created by this abandonment of civilians will flee to Europe thus hurting your people with the negative economic consequences that will unfold from this scenario.


But the world need not ask you Europeans to do the ideal we only ask you to do the bare minimum that virtue calls for which is responsibly help the Turkish people with this humanitarian mission they are trying to accomplish and are prepared to do the heavy lifting on by being prepared to use their army to create this militarized separation zone. Minimum virtue calls for European countries to pay at least seventy-five percent of the cost the Turkish people will incur to expand their Army and create this zone and maintain this Zone; remember this zone to protect this enclave in Idlib only will be like one hundred and fifty miles in length. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish Army has the manpads or stinger missiles or whatever the current lingo is so the Turkish Army can stop the Syrian and Russian Air forces from providing close air support to the Syrian Army and their allies forces attacking in Idlib. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish forces have the artillery guns and shells and the javelin anti-tank weapons needed to do the job. Again, this is a relatively small distance a hundred and fifty miles or so that the Turkish Army has to advance and hold it isn't like the Europeans are asked to fund a major war it protection of an enclave. Turkey is a member of the major European defense alliance Nato so it isn't like the Europeans are being asked to arm a country they can foresee being at war with in the future. This is another reason Europe should help Turkey the 3.7 million Syrian refugees that have fled into Turkey plus the million plus additional refugees that could readily result from the Syrian Army attack in Idlib pose a national security threat to Turkey they would to any country, Nato countries have a duty to come the aid of a fellow Nato country under an external national security threat!

This is the deal that Turkey and the European countries should work out. The Syrian rebels and Islamist groups in Idlib have to agree the war is over for them there will be no more offensive attacks against the Syrian Army you guys lost you cannot successfully fight Assad and all his allies there needs to be a " one-hundred percent stable" defense line in Idlib to protect all the Syrian civilians in free Syria and so there needs to be this agreement from all the fighting groups in Idlib these fighters should be promised that turkey and Europe will work for an amnesty agreement for all these fighters. Further, the Syrian rebels need to let the Syrian army have this key transit town Saraqib which connects Aleppo to Damascus and Aleppo to Latakia otherwise there will continue to be a big obstacle to peace in this area. The Turkish government has to agree to close their border with Greece to stop the refugee exodus which will head to Europe the harm to sovereignty needs to stop. Both Europe and Turkey need to recognize that what has happened in Syria is massive historic ethnic cleansing that should be equated with what happened in the Balkans in the latter part of the twentieth century and in this situation the people being ethnically cleansed are Syrian Sunnis probably the number rivals six million. What all these countries have to agree on is that they either through the United Nations or countries of the willing they need to mount a military campaign to create safe zones in the border areas of Syria including the whole northern part of Syria down to the Euphrates and resettle the Syrian refugees there with arrangement made for these people's permanent security. Everyone has to get serious and recognize the world cannot let the two million people in Idlib be abused and killed on a massive scale, countries connected here have to step up and stabilize and secure this situation, turning one's head away is not acceptable!
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In regard to humanities failure to do its duty in allowing Syrian civilians in Idlib province to perish as a result of the Syrian Army offensive in Idlib good American people have a defense our President is a despicable egomaniac there is nothing we can do to get our country to act responsibly were not dealing with a person in the Presidency that has a reliable conscience. But the good people of Europe you have no moral defense ideally your countries should be creating a peace keeping mission to create a militarized separation zone in the upper section of Idlib province between the Syrian Army and the rebels to avert the humanitarian crisis that is ongoing and will get worse for that is your back yard and the refugees created by this abandonment of civilians will flee to Europe thus hurting your people with the negative economic consequences that will unfold from this scenario.


But the world need not ask you Europeans to do the ideal we only ask you to do the bare minimum that virtue calls for which is responsibly help the Turkish people with this humanitarian mission they are trying to accomplish and are prepared to do the heavy lifting on by being prepared to use their army to create this militarized separation zone. Minimum virtue calls for European countries to pay at least seventy-five percent of the cost the Turkish people will incur to expand their Army and create this zone and maintain this Zone; remember this zone to protect this enclave in Idlib only will be like one hundred and fifty miles in length. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish Army has the manpads or stinger missiles or whatever the current lingo is so the Turkish Army can stop the Syrian and Russian Air forces from providing close air support to the Syrian Army and their allies forces attacking in Idlib. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish forces have the artillery guns and shells and the javelin anti-tank weapons needed to do the job. Again, this is a relatively small distance a hundred and fifty miles or so that the Turkish Army has to advance and hold it isn't like the Europeans are asked to fund a major war it protection of an enclave. Turkey is a member of the major European defense alliance Nato so it isn't like the Europeans are being asked to arm a country they can foresee being at war with in the future. This is another reason Europe should help Turkey the 3.7 million Syrian refugees that have fled into Turkey plus the million plus additional refugees that could readily result from the Syrian Army attack in Idlib pose a national security threat to Turkey they would to any country, Nato countries have a duty to come the aid of a fellow Nato country under an external national security threat!

This is the deal that Turkey and the European countries should work out. The Syrian rebels and Islamist groups in Idlib have to agree the war is over for them there will be no more offensive attacks against the Syrian Army you guys lost you cannot successfully fight Assad and all his allies there needs to be a " one-hundred percent stable" defense line in Idlib to protect all the Syrian civilians in free Syria and so there needs to be this agreement from all the fighting groups in Idlib these fighters should be promised that turkey and Europe will work for an amnesty agreement for all these fighters. Further, the Syrian rebels need to let the Syrian army have this key transit town Saraqib which connects Aleppo to Damascus and Aleppo to Latakia otherwise there will continue to be a big obstacle to peace in this area. The Turkish government has to agree to close their border with Greece to stop the refugee exodus which will head to Europe the harm to sovereignty needs to stop. Both Europe and Turkey need to recognize that what has happened in Syria is massive historic ethnic cleansing that should be equated with what happened in the Balkans in the latter part of the twentieth century and in this situation the people being ethnically cleansed are Syrian Sunnis probably the number rivals six million. What all these countries have to agree on is that they either through the United Nations or countries of the willing they need to mount a military campaign to create safe zones in the border areas of Syria including the whole northern part of Syria down to the Euphrates and resettle the Syrian refugees there with arrangement made for these people's permanent security. Everyone has to get serious and recognize the world cannot let the two million people in Idlib be abused and killed on a massive scale, countries connected here have to step up and stabilize and secure this situation, turning one's head away is not acceptable!
I see You have good intentions.
But European citizenry is too naive and gullible to see through the middle eastern mindset.

They think they get it now, but they prefer, or utterly refuse to believe their enemy's intentions,
which banality and straightforwardness paralyzes critical thinking.

The "they couldn't be that mad and suicidal"... and the "they didn't mean it"
kinda attitude is still very prevalent.

Erdogan reads Europe much better than the other way around, no comparison.
 
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In regard to humanities failure to do its duty in allowing Syrian civilians in Idlib province to perish as a result of the Syrian Army offensive in Idlib good American people have a defense our President is a despicable egomaniac there is nothing we can do to get our country to act responsibly were not dealing with a person in the Presidency that has a reliable conscience. But the good people of Europe you have no moral defense ideally your countries should be creating a peace keeping mission to create a militarized separation zone in the upper section of Idlib province between the Syrian Army and the rebels to avert the humanitarian crisis that is ongoing and will get worse for that is your back yard and the refugees created by this abandonment of civilians will flee to Europe thus hurting your people with the negative economic consequences that will unfold from this scenario.


But the world need not ask you Europeans to do the ideal we only ask you to do the bare minimum that virtue calls for which is responsibly help the Turkish people with this humanitarian mission they are trying to accomplish and are prepared to do the heavy lifting on by being prepared to use their army to create this militarized separation zone. Minimum virtue calls for European countries to pay at least seventy-five percent of the cost the Turkish people will incur to expand their Army and create this zone and maintain this Zone; remember this zone to protect this enclave in Idlib only will be like one hundred and fifty miles in length. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish Army has the manpads or stinger missiles or whatever the current lingo is so the Turkish Army can stop the Syrian and Russian Air forces from providing close air support to the Syrian Army and their allies forces attacking in Idlib. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish forces have the artillery guns and shells and the javelin anti-tank weapons needed to do the job. Again, this is a relatively small distance a hundred and fifty miles or so that the Turkish Army has to advance and hold it isn't like the Europeans are asked to fund a major war it protection of an enclave. Turkey is a member of the major European defense alliance Nato so it isn't like the Europeans are being asked to arm a country they can foresee being at war with in the future. This is another reason Europe should help Turkey the 3.7 million Syrian refugees that have fled into Turkey plus the million plus additional refugees that could readily result from the Syrian Army attack in Idlib pose a national security threat to Turkey they would to any country, Nato countries have a duty to come the aid of a fellow Nato country under an external national security threat!

This is the deal that Turkey and the European countries should work out. The Syrian rebels and Islamist groups in Idlib have to agree the war is over for them there will be no more offensive attacks against the Syrian Army you guys lost you cannot successfully fight Assad and all his allies there needs to be a " one-hundred percent stable" defense line in Idlib to protect all the Syrian civilians in free Syria and so there needs to be this agreement from all the fighting groups in Idlib these fighters should be promised that turkey and Europe will work for an amnesty agreement for all these fighters. Further, the Syrian rebels need to let the Syrian army have this key transit town Saraqib which connects Aleppo to Damascus and Aleppo to Latakia otherwise there will continue to be a big obstacle to peace in this area. The Turkish government has to agree to close their border with Greece to stop the refugee exodus which will head to Europe the harm to sovereignty needs to stop. Both Europe and Turkey need to recognize that what has happened in Syria is massive historic ethnic cleansing that should be equated with what happened in the Balkans in the latter part of the twentieth century and in this situation the people being ethnically cleansed are Syrian Sunnis probably the number rivals six million. What all these countries have to agree on is that they either through the United Nations or countries of the willing they need to mount a military campaign to create safe zones in the border areas of Syria including the whole northern part of Syria down to the Euphrates and resettle the Syrian refugees there with arrangement made for these people's permanent security. Everyone has to get serious and recognize the world cannot let the two million people in Idlib be abused and killed on a massive scale, countries connected here have to step up and stabilize and secure this situation, turning one's head away is not acceptable!
This is a problem for NATO and the United Nations. We did our job in Syria and it's time for us to leave and let NATO and the UN handle the problem.
Good luck with that.

Sorry, but I'm cynic, as far as those two organisations are concerned.

Remember Rwanda?
 

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In regard to humanities failure to do its duty in allowing Syrian civilians in Idlib province to perish as a result of the Syrian Army offensive in Idlib good American people have a defense our President is a despicable egomaniac there is nothing we can do to get our country to act responsibly were not dealing with a person in the Presidency that has a reliable conscience. But the good people of Europe you have no moral defense ideally your countries should be creating a peace keeping mission to create a militarized separation zone in the upper section of Idlib province between the Syrian Army and the rebels to avert the humanitarian crisis that is ongoing and will get worse for that is your back yard and the refugees created by this abandonment of civilians will flee to Europe thus hurting your people with the negative economic consequences that will unfold from this scenario.


But the world need not ask you Europeans to do the ideal we only ask you to do the bare minimum that virtue calls for which is responsibly help the Turkish people with this humanitarian mission they are trying to accomplish and are prepared to do the heavy lifting on by being prepared to use their army to create this militarized separation zone. Minimum virtue calls for European countries to pay at least seventy-five percent of the cost the Turkish people will incur to expand their Army and create this zone and maintain this Zone; remember this zone to protect this enclave in Idlib only will be like one hundred and fifty miles in length. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish Army has the manpads or stinger missiles or whatever the current lingo is so the Turkish Army can stop the Syrian and Russian Air forces from providing close air support to the Syrian Army and their allies forces attacking in Idlib. Minimum virtue calls for the European countries to see that the Turkish forces have the artillery guns and shells and the javelin anti-tank weapons needed to do the job. Again, this is a relatively small distance a hundred and fifty miles or so that the Turkish Army has to advance and hold it isn't like the Europeans are asked to fund a major war it protection of an enclave. Turkey is a member of the major European defense alliance Nato so it isn't like the Europeans are being asked to arm a country they can foresee being at war with in the future. This is another reason Europe should help Turkey the 3.7 million Syrian refugees that have fled into Turkey plus the million plus additional refugees that could readily result from the Syrian Army attack in Idlib pose a national security threat to Turkey they would to any country, Nato countries have a duty to come the aid of a fellow Nato country under an external national security threat!

This is the deal that Turkey and the European countries should work out. The Syrian rebels and Islamist groups in Idlib have to agree the war is over for them there will be no more offensive attacks against the Syrian Army you guys lost you cannot successfully fight Assad and all his allies there needs to be a " one-hundred percent stable" defense line in Idlib to protect all the Syrian civilians in free Syria and so there needs to be this agreement from all the fighting groups in Idlib these fighters should be promised that turkey and Europe will work for an amnesty agreement for all these fighters. Further, the Syrian rebels need to let the Syrian army have this key transit town Saraqib which connects Aleppo to Damascus and Aleppo to Latakia otherwise there will continue to be a big obstacle to peace in this area. The Turkish government has to agree to close their border with Greece to stop the refugee exodus which will head to Europe the harm to sovereignty needs to stop. Both Europe and Turkey need to recognize that what has happened in Syria is massive historic ethnic cleansing that should be equated with what happened in the Balkans in the latter part of the twentieth century and in this situation the people being ethnically cleansed are Syrian Sunnis probably the number rivals six million. What all these countries have to agree on is that they either through the United Nations or countries of the willing they need to mount a military campaign to create safe zones in the border areas of Syria including the whole northern part of Syria down to the Euphrates and resettle the Syrian refugees there with arrangement made for these people's permanent security. Everyone has to get serious and recognize the world cannot let the two million people in Idlib be abused and killed on a massive scale, countries connected here have to step up and stabilize and secure this situation, turning one's head away is not acceptable!
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