The country as a whole will still have a Sunni majority, but probably a less overwhelming one, and the most hostile elements will be living in exile. It is demographic engineering on a very large scale, and nobody can stop it. To the victor go the spoils.
Syrian Bashar al-Assad and Russian President Vladimir Putin, pictured in this file photo. With the fall of Deraa on July 13, the end of Syria’s civil war is within sight. What will Bashar al-Assad and his ruling Ba’ath Party do with their victory, asks Gwynne Dyer. Photo courtesy of Flickr
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