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The allies of the USA in Middle East are calling out for help and the issue in Syria. On Thursday, Turkey's prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will visit President Obama in Washington. This is an opportunity for the states to support Turkish leadership in resolving the Syrian conflict. If regional powers are empowered to take military action, the Syrian conflict which causes huge numbers of people dead and homeless in Middle East may be controlled.
Radical Sunni Islamists in Syria made a series of attack in order to bring down Basher al-Assad, the President of Syria. The conflict in Syria has caused 80,000 people died and 1 million refugees have fled to neighboring countries, and millions more are displaced inside the nation. We should no longer stand by and watch.
Now there’s new scope for greater regional involvement in Syria. Erdogan has been sensitive when dealing with PKK terrorists in not killing them for fear of collateral damage. That same spirit of protecting human lives must inform Turkish leadership in Syria.
Regional Power should take action now and help remove al-Assad and safeguarding Syrian communities step by step and build a new government in Syria. And Washington need to respond the call of our allies in Middle East.