Do Sanctions Work in Syria? Look at Iraq for Answers
Published May 27th, 2012 - 06:17 GMT
When it comes to sanctions against Syria, the fire power still finds its way in but the food does not; take a look at how each candidate is doing in Egypt; and Iran can't buy a friend in Lebanon even if they try-- and they have tried
Are sanctions hurting anyone but the civilians who are not engaged in violence in Syria?
"As Syrians begin to suffer from the lack of food, oil and gas products, they are questioning the wisdom of sanctions, which are a blunt weapon imposed to bring about regime-change and not improve human rights or relieve suffering. "
This zealous Egyptian blogger gives some insights at this point in the elections.
"The Brotherhood is not in good position now in the elections as its leaders think and they need help in order to score presidency.
The brotherhood or rather Khairat El Shater is ready to negotiate and to offer concessions related to the vice president position and coalition cabinet. “Oh yes I know what you think”
With pride our Lebanese blogger touts the loyalty Lebanon's loyal people have to their identity.
"Iran has discovered, like the Saudis, Americans, Turks and French before them, that while you can buy loyalty and love from one or two factions in Lebanon, you cannot do the same with the rest of the population."