I don't think there's an option on the table among the seemingly endless factions within Syria and those involving themselves from outside the country that will lead to a happy conclusion in the short term. I mean, you speak of "undemocratic decisions" and yet they live under an autocrat who uses chemical weapons on his own people. There aren't exactly any bloodless options to go with at this point.
These are just allegations, nothing has been proven yet. The UN's organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons were due to visit Damascus on Saturday to determine wheter chemical weapons were used in Douma in 7 April.
How inconvenient these strikes must be ...
So, you think going into a rampage to kill innocents life in the name of these "killings" are gonna brought us peace ? Diplomacy was and is still the better way to go, there's no excuse for these "democratic" states to not at least consult their pop. (a referendum) and make a clearer decision based on facts and not allegations.
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