Paul Barbara, thanks for your answer. Re ignoring the first comment about Syria.
The case is there are more then 2 parties in reality in Syria and I don’t want to mix the reality and imagination.
There’s Turkey, who want to fight Kurdis and Kurdis try to take a piece of land for themselves. There’s Israel, who try to hold Golan Heights and Syria tries to not let them do it.
There’s Iran who was also invited to help Syria, and the USA+Israel who are against Iran.
There’s Russia who wants first of all stop terrorists, you know they look for support among russian muslims and we find ISIS groups here and there in our country and in neighbouring ones.
Indeed, if we abstract of reality we can easily see who is bad – those who strike first, instead of a peaceful decision.