Several years ago, when I mapped out the plot for my novel, Damascus Countdown, I tried to imagine a scenario in which Iran and its agents would attempt to take over Syria, attempt to make it a fully-owned and operated province of the Islamic Revolution, and then try to use Syrian territory to launch a “War of Annihilation” against Israel.
What once seemed fictional premise now seems increasingly plausible.
The chaos, carnage and bloodshed in Syria continues unabated. Chemical weapons have been used in limited amounts but with tragic effect. But as bad as it has been so far, I don’t think we’ve seen the worst yet. As I have stated on this blog for months, the countdown to something worse appears to have started.
A growing number of analysts agree that Syria is imploding. Now, some very hard questions need to be asked:
- How much longer can Assad and his regime hold on?
- Will Syria completely collapse?
- Can Syria ever really be put back together?
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