At the Shayrat airbase, IRGC has been instructing Assad’s forces in their attacks on Syrian civilians. It would not come as any surprise if we at a later state got evidence that IRGC was, in fact, ordering Assad to use chemical bombs.
It is well known that this airbase is used to carry out Irans will in Syria. Also, the statement from the Iranian regime that it was not clear if chemicals have been used are highly suspicious. The Shayrat air base is one of the most important training bases in central Syria and most of the military attacks have been carried out from this base. The IRGC is providing Assad with a variety of bombs that are made in Iran and they are stored at this airbase. IRGC members are present in most Syrian airbases. they are briefed and instructed by IRGC QUDS force commander Qassem Suleimani who is literally in charge of directing Iran’s terrorism and instructing Assad. It will be interesting to see how Russia will respond to the recent chemical attacks, Turkey’s Erdogan has made it clear that he condemns this attack and shows his support for the Syrian opposition. What more will be to see how far is Trump willing to go to show that he is the toughest dog in the street? Will he continue to strike at Assad until Assad's forces are demobilized, or will he stop now? The future of Syria’s children depends on Trump’s further actions and we urge him to continue raiding Assad's airfields to save as many Syrian civilians as possible. It will also be interesting to see if the IRGC will instruct Assad to retaliate against the USA, but that would be extremely foolish on the other hand, Iran is not known to follow common sense so that remains to bee seen. Maybe the retaliation will be taken out on those who can not strike back, the innocent Syrian civilians. IRGC’s role in Syria is quite clear, to fuel the civil war as much as they can because the regime knows, as soon as the war in Syria are over or they get evicted they must fight in the streets of the major cities in Iran. the main goal for Trump must be to save lives and that means to put an end to the war. The only way to do that is to expel Iran from Syria and to demobilize Assad. We know that America has the power to stop Assad, let us hope they use it.
The US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley told the CNN that removing Assad from power is a priority. This marks a U-turn in the US policy regarding Assad, that changed when the horrific images from Idlib landed on Trump’s desk. Getting Assad out is not the only priority. So what we are trying to do is obviously defeat ISIS. Secondly, we don’t see a peaceful Syria with Assad in there. Thirdly, get the Iranian influence out. And then finally move towards a political solution, because at the end of the day this is a complicated situation, there is no easy answer and a political solution is going to have to happen she said. She also said that a political solution would not happen with Assad in power. A regime change is the only solution for a peaceful Syria. The whole world except Iran has condemned the use of chemical bombs and Mrs. Maryam Rajavi from the Iranian resistance expressed her deepest condolences to the brave people of Syria and she urged that those responsible must be brought to justice.