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Peace in Syria difficult with West and Arab involvement – Mother Agnes-Mariam

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  SHE has interviewed Mother Agnes-Mariam in the past where she talked about her peace work. As a peace campaigner for war-ravaged Syria, Mother Agnes-Mariam’s assessment of the situation is chilling. Recently, in an interview to RT, she maintains that her humanitarian work in Aleppo is not represented properly in mainstream Western media. The mainstream media don’t care about what’s really happening on the ground. What they care about is to produce things that are more in harmony with their policies. It’s brainwashing. They can orient the public opinion towards what they would like the people to believe,” she said. The West and Arab states are promoting militancy in Syria, she says, and that is a tragedy for the civilians in the country “because there is no security. And the security doesn’t exist because the international community is still financing and protecting the terrorists.” Jabhat al-Nusra is an Al Qaeda offshoot that purports to be a moderate rebel group and is being propped up by the West and Arab states as a means to stand up to the Syrian Arab Army. There are too many players in the field and despite what the West believes, she insists that any opposition can end up in power because they are “totally divided among themselves.”
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