Don’t rush war on terror

We need to shift our efforts from hammering at the most obvious nail to taking the larger scenario into consideration when we decide what action to take (or not take as the case may be). I sincerely hope that my Cassandra-like premonitions about Syria are wrong: I fear they are not.

Phil Gurski says focusing exclusively on destroying the IS and 'worrying about Syria later' will likely lead to more chaos, more bloodshed, and possibly a much more dire situation down the road. Photograph courtesy of YouTube

By PHIL GURSKI

PUBLISHED : Monday, June 27, 2016 12:16 AM

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