I am not sure.
But there are several countries on the list, which may have something to do with the current situation in the Middle East.
I have already said that Iran has been at the center of all this, but Syria has also played a part in this conflict.
I think Syria is the key to starting a new Middle East war, but Iran has also become the key player.
The regime of Bashar al-Assad, which is supported by Iran, is now in a very dangerous position.
Its control of the strategic areas of the country has been greatly diminished.
Iran is now the biggest threat to the regime.
It has an army, and the military has its own agenda and has a lot of money.
I also have to mention Turkey, which has been trying to overthrow the Syrian government.
It is a major power in the region, and Turkey is trying to undermine the Assad regime.
In Turkey, the main threat is the Kurdish minority.
It supports the Syrian Kurds.
The Kurds have a strong military, but they have lost many battles.
In the meantime, the regime of President Bashar al the Assad is losing its power.
Turkey is now trying to take over parts of the north of Syria, and it is working hard to achieve this goal.
The Kurdish issue has become the biggest source of tension in the country.
I hope that Turkey can do something to bring about a peace agreement, but this will take time.
I would like to say that the Syrian people, especially the Kurdish people, are facing a very difficult situation.
There is a very big humanitarian crisis, which means that many families have lost everything.
This is the biggest humanitarian crisis since the war in Syria began.
I cannot imagine that Syria will be able to sustain itself, but I hope it will be capable of achieving some degree of security and stability.
I want to end with a message for all people of this region.
We are a people of peace, and we are trying to solve problems together.
It will take some time, but we will succeed.
This interview was conducted in Beirut on February 14, 2017.
The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial stance.