Under International Law, if it still has some relevancy post Bush II, 9/11, American Full Spectrum Dominance, Project for a New American Century 2000, and GWoT, a state which is a neighbor of a nation under going popular revolution or occupation by a foreign power must shelter, house, feed, arm and train the Freedom Fighters of the nation experiencing revolution.
This part of International Law was painstakingly developed over many decades post 1945, and eventually recognized, in clear recognition of the anti-colonial struggles of many African and Asian nations in the 1950, 1960's and 1970's even.
However states which find themselves as neighbors/hosts of revolutionary struggles must always make rational judgments before they support ANY anti-state struggles in neighboring countries under the very broad and subjective principles of "Self Determination."
One basic logical question would be the nature and composition of the revolutionary anti-state groups:
How did the organization begin?
Who are its leaders?
What are the basic ideological principles of the revolutionary group?
What kind of state do they intend to imposed if they are eventually victorious?
What impact will such a revolutionary government have on the host?
Do they represent a genuine section of the population of the country which they want liberated?
Do they have just cause, morally?
Is the present government in the country against whom there is a revolt, extremely bad, corrupt, inefficient, run by thugs with no intentions of negotiation and compromise or reform.......therefore there is no other option but armed struggle?
In the case of the Turkish backed "al-CIA-duh in Syria" carrying out the "Salvador Option" on behalf of the USA/NATO with direct help from the USA/NATO personnel on the ground in Turkey........where evidence has been explicitly shown (deliberately chosen words), then one would state that the revolt against the otherwise moderate, secular, socialist, popular, and thus legitimate government of Bashar al Assad in Damascus is not justified.
The Bashar al Assad government is not perfect, but then few governments in the world are perfect. The Canadian government is not perfect run by Neocons for two terms. The UK government is not perfect run by criminals of a mass order, who think they are anointed to meddle in the world whilst simultaneously the country itself fails in all respects......The American government is not perfect...run by the Wall Street Mafia with a penchant for permanent war, drugs trafficking and laundering, whilst a feudal society cum police state is created on the sly in the JEWSA; A grey dark bleak state run by Jews as a pose to the shining beacon of hope and light unto the world that its founders envisaged.
Living standards are far too low with PPP per capita of just $5000 in Syria after 42 years of Ba'athist rule. Living standards and PPP per capita income should be closer to $16000 after 42 years of Baathist rule. Syria exports some oil, and has received generous aid from the former Soviet Union .....this capital and wealth should have been used to create a PPP economy of $315 billion and not a mere $105 billion as it is now (2012). The Ba'athist government of the Assad dynasty has thus clearly mismanaged the family run economy, without really benefiting the people.
Another criticism is that the Assad's belong to a minority, the Alawite Shia who constitute just 13% of the overall population of Syria....and therefore not truly representative of the whole population.
However it must be stated that in many of the 194 nations of the world the leaders are more often than not drawn from exclusive groups which are not representative of the whole population. In the UK for example the leader of the country must be from a "Public School"---cold showers, homophilia, no girls, Upper Middle Class, detachment from normal society, Victorian racist education, talentless mediocre dumb asses who have been turned and compromised. In Pakistan either from the military or the Zamindars/Tamindars land owning families which are backed by huge block vote constituencies........and so on. In Egypt the military generals...Nasser, Sadat and Mubarak.
So Assad's Syria is not perfect, BUT.
What will "al-CIA-duh in Syria" with the "Salvador Option manifesto" bring to Syria?
One hazards a guess that it will not be anything stellar and promising for the good Syrian people, but positively grim and dark. In short, worse than the Assad regime. Much worse than the Assad regime, CLEARLY. It will become a perfect foil for future further NATO/USA "liberation" on the ground, as with Iraq and Afghanistan, and repeated Gaza like Israeli intervention, once and if heaven forbid "al-CIA-duh" is installed in Damascus as the legitimate government.
What does the Turkish state get from such a scenario/outcome?
What benefits did Turkey get from Libyan Liberation, by the NATO/USA and 'al-CIA-duh' in Libya?
What benefits did Turkey get from Tunisian Liberation, by the NATO/USA covert destabilization ops and 'al-CIA-duh' in Tunisia?
What benefits did Turkey get from Egyptian "Liberation", by the NATO/USA covert ops and 'al-CIA-duh' in Egypt?
Does Abe Libya, Tunisia and Egypt have a good safe future in the present circumstances?
Did some European powers promise Turkey entry to the EU, if it attacked Syria? If so is that a logical basis for EU entry?
Abe Turkey and Erdogan the crypro-Jew must think hard before facilitating 'al-CIA-duh in Syria' through the "Salvador Option' of the USA.
One thinks a string of "al-CIA-duh' governments in the Levant and Med is not good for the future stability and prosperity of modern secular Turkey.
If "al-CIA-duh' governments are installed in several Near East states will the Turkish armed forces participate with NATO/USA/Israel in liberating these very same regimes further in the future?
It is time for Doenme Turkey and crypto-Jew Erdogan to think clearly and seriously about the general trajectory of Turkish foreign policy, and criminal involvement.
Iran urges Turkey, Syria to exercise restraint in downed jet issue
Iran's Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi
Iran's Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi has called on Turkey and Syria to exercise restraint with regard to the issue of the recent downing of a Turkish fighter jet by Syria.
In a Saturday telephone conversation with his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu, Salehi called on both sides to remain calm, and expressed optimism for the peaceful settlement of the issue through restraint and calm.
Syria on Friday confirmed shooting down a Turkish fighter jet flying over its territorial waters, stressing that it engaged the jet in its own airspace “according to the laws that govern such situations.”
According to a military statement issued on Friday, the F-4 Phantom was downed in Syrian territorial waters west of the village of Om al-Tuyour in Lattakia Province, 10 kilometers from the beach.
Ankara had earlier said that its military lost radar and radio contact with the jet over the Mediterranean after it took off from Erhac Airport in the eastern Turkish province of Malatya.
The Turkish military provided no details about the mission of the jet.