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Why we will not get an apology from Syria

It is clear to all that embassy burnings dont just happen in Syria.
The national socialist regime has a very tight grip of everything that is going on the streets of Damascus.
As several politicians and experts on the region have concluded such "spontanious" massprotests and violence cannot happen without some kind of government approval.

But seriously it would be naive to believe that Syria would make a wholehearted apology for the unacceptable violence that bordered to an act war.

Believing that would be like the jews hoping for a headline like this in 1938:



A whole other case is Lebanon where it has become absolutely apparent that the Lebanese government had absolutely nothing to do with the embassy-attacks and that in fact Syria was deeply involved there too.
The biggest part of the violent protesters were according to lebanese sources actually Syrians and Palestinians.
So Lebanon - we know that this is not how you are, we know that foreign forces try to make you look bad and try to take over your country. We stand by your side in keeping Syria and the palestinians from taking your country from you.

update (February 9th): The Syrian foreign ministry last sunday made the following statement: "The Foreign Ministry expresses regret over the violent acts which accompanied the protests and caused material damages at some embassies" Read more here
Personally I still see this regret as tears of a crocodile.
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