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The new school term should start with
a sense of relief for the 11 children of
Parbattie Chance, who squat at Sunrees
Stacy Rooparine, Oropouche West MP
and Minister in the Ministry of Works,
said she was concerned about the edu-
cation and welfare of the children, whose
ages range from one to 11.
Roopnarine was speaking with the
media when she visited Sunrees Road and
Quinam on Wednesday.
She said she got the permission of the
Palo Seco Agricultural Enterprises Limited
and the assistance of T&TEC and the
National Commission for Self Help to set
up an electrical connection on Wednesday,
having worked on the project for three
She said she was also working on a
project to bring water to the Chance family.
Eighteen families living at Station 10
Road, Quinam, would have water soon,
she said, adding that 800 metres of pipe
already had been laid. Water is expected
to flow within two weeks.
Roopnarine and Self Help chairman
Surujdeo Mangaroo also gave a $15,000
house repair grant to 90-year-old Deonar-
ine Kanhai of Trace, Penal.
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The local Syrian community
has mixed views on the inter-
national response to a chemi-
cal attack that killed at least
1,000 people in Syria last
A two-year-old civil war esca-
lated on August 21 when a chem-
ical attack occurred in the town
The United Nations was said to
be investigating the incident even
as US President Barack Obama
suggested the Syrian Government,
led by President Bashar al-Assad,
was behind the attack.
Obama at the time said he
believed it was the Syrian military
as Syrian rebel forces may not
have had the resources to carry
out the attack. He also said there
needed to be international con-
sequences for the attack.
Speaking to the T&T Guardian
from Barbados, businessman Emile
Elias, who is a member of T&T s
Syrian community, said he believed
UN inspectors should be allowed
to conclude their investigations
before any unilateral action was
"This situation reminds me of
Iraq, when UN investigators were
on the ground, found nothing and
in the end we found there was no
reason for war," he added.
Arima Mayor Ghassan Youseph
was cynical about the notice taken
by other countries. He said: "It is
a little late in coming, about 1,000
deaths late. It is time to stop this
atrocity being perpetrated on the
people of Syria by a government
that was never elected but
imposed on them."
Youseph said when he saw video
footage of the deaths caused by
the attack he almost cried.
"They were like dogs in one
room, 30, 40, maybe 60 children.
How can we accept that as a
world?" he asked.
Youseph, who has family in the
war-torn country, said it was dif-
ficult to communicate freely with
them as there were fears of the
Government listening in.
"It is time for the world to deal
with the dictators who are tyrants
to their own people," he said.
Honorary consul for Syria to
T&T, Marwant Youssouf, had a
different view of the situation,
however. He felt the western media
had clouded the judgment of most
"The Russian intelligence said
the same day the missiles were
fired from a rebel area but they
are trying to make the army and
the Government look bad.
"Why would the Syrian army
use gas and weapons on the people
then investigate what happened?
It makes no sense," he said.
Youssouf felt Obama was "play-
ing politics" with the Syrian peo-
"What does Obama have to do
with Syria? Why is he talking
about attacking? Syria did not
attack the United States," he said.
Syrians in T&T differ over crisis
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