Britain and its allies have been seeking to topple the government of president Bashar al-Assad irrespective of the fact that the London’s ill intention can plunge Syria into a bitter civil war.
The UK government, its western allies and some Arab stooges in the Middle East region have imposed sanctions on Syria one year after the country was faced with an internal rebellion.
The UK is also providing military and financial support to armed terror groups inside the Arab country, who are engaged in a battle to overthrow the popular government of Bashar al-Assad.
This comes as Russia has said that the West was undermining the work of international peace envoy Kofi Annan, warning Britain and her allies not to arm Syria’s rebels as a deadline for implementing an international peace plan approaches.
The warning came as President Assad began to abide by the terms of the former UN Secretary General’s peace initiative and withdraw his tanks and troops from besieged towns.
However, the British government and its allies are beating the drums of war to topple president al-Assad’s government.