Those in the West who have reservations about launching a military campaign against the Syrian regime are elected parliaments, societies and the general public, not governments, states and armies.
Unfortunately for the Syrians and for us too, we must admit that one of the major motives behind the decision to strike is Israeli zeal and Western fear of the presence of chemical weapons on the borders with Israel.Hazem al-Amin
From now on, “conspiracy” theories must be ruled out when interpreting the world's hesitation to attack Syria. The world is hesitant because the general public does not want to intervene. Efforts made to interpret and explain the “conspiracy” must be made to understand the world and its hesitancy. A failure has struck the revolution in Syria. It no longer works to attribute this failure to “the world's delay in saving us.”