The Syrians have lived dreams of Assad’s expulsion and his durability. Today, they are at a crossroads watching the scene powerlessly.
Those who dream of expelling Assad are lamenting their bad luck and how the world failed their cause. They blame the close ones more than they blame those afar, and they’re burdening the Gulf countries with much than their energy can tolerate.
On the humanitarian level, no state gave the Syrian people as much as Saudi Arabia did. It provided open support and tons of aid that have been continuously sent to Syria and to refugee camps.
Although Syria is an important country and a major zone in the Arab-Persian conflict, Yemen is a priority in the kingdom’s foreign policyFares bin Hezam