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Preventing Syria from sliding into an all-out civil war

By Huang Peizhao (People's Daily)

08:39, May 30, 2012

Edited and translated by People's Daily Online

The first plenary session of the new Syria People's Assembly took place on May 24. Progress as it was, the meeting could neither blot out the intractable situation nor conceal the deafening explosion.

According to a report he submitted to the Security Council on May 25, the U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that there are signs that terrorist organizations are likely to carry out bombings in Syria. "The complexity and scale of bombing incident are highly professional, which shows that terrorist groups are involved at the back."

The worsening conflicts in Syria destroyed the country's politics, while offering condition and environment for terrorists to interfere. Al Qaida and other terrorist organizations are going rampant increasingly, indicating the possibility that the Syrian situation will deteriorate further.

Under such a situation, Ban Ki-moon expressed serious worries about the potential outbreak of an all-out civil war. According to some Middle East media, the continuous explosions and attacks are making Syria evolve into another Iraq.

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