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    Re: McCain calls for US-led airstrikes on Assad forces

    Quote Originally Posted by xpiher View Post
    Were is the proof of the Al aeda connection? You do know that group throws its hat in with any sunni group who actively fights Shia governments and the west right?

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    I belive AQ released a statement concerning Assad and the killing of Sunni. Directly threatening Assad and his officers. Idon't know how Old the release was. Plus I think CNN'S Anderson Cooper brought it up on 360.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMC View Post
    I belive AQ released a statement concerning Assad and the killing of Sunni. Directly threatening Assad and his officers. Idon't know how Old the release was. Plus I think CNN'S Anderson Cooper brought it up on 360.
    Doesn't prove a close connection

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    Re: McCain calls for US-led airstrikes on Assad forces

    Quote Originally Posted by samsmart View Post
    McCain is hardly being senile.

    Rather, he's standing up to the need for intervention on behalf of the people of Syria.

    And yeah, he's going to get **** on by the rest of the people in the federal government. He's going to be **** on because there's no way we'll go into Syria despite Russia's and China's objection to us doing so.

    But it's a good moral stance for him to take, and I agree with him on that.
    US said Saddam was a dictator and activated a war on Iraq. As a result, Islamic extremists control Iraq and Iraq Christian suffered severe persecution. They escaped to Syria. Now US says Assad is a dictator and ..... Poor Christians, where will they go this time? Is this a good moral stance or just another war of NWO?
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    The price of regime change
    By David Warren, Ottawa Citizen

    There are millions of Christians in Syria, who probably have the Russians and Chinese to thank that they may live there a little longer. The Security Council vetoes, a fortnight ago, on a resolution calling upon Syria's dictator to step down, and supporting an Arab-sponsored plan to "end the violence," put paid to any immediate prospect of western intervention.

    The outrage expressed by Hillary Clinton, William Hague, and other western foreign ministers, probably concealed a little relief, for the vetoes provided the excuse they needed to avoid the issue, while continuing to posture about "humanitarianism" and "democracy."
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    Christians were as common in Syria as in Egypt, before their numbers were immensely swelled by refugees from Iraq - well over a million fleeing up the Euphrates River valley, from anti-Christian persecution by Iraq's Islamists. By now, there could be more than four million Christians within Syria's borders.

    When the Assad regime falls, it will be open season on them, on the Alawites, and all the other minorities. Granted, Assad is a monster who has earned an ugly fate. But at what expense should we indulge the fleeting satisfaction of deposing him?
     
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    http://www.ottawacitizen.com/news/price+regime+change/6173293/story.html

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    Re: McCain calls for US-led airstrikes on Assad forces

    McCain called for a bombing on Syria. Just because Syria is an ally of Iran - an obstacle of US' Iran war plan, though it is justify by "overturn a dictator".

    Patriarch al-Rahi: Syria is Closest to Democracy in Arab World, Needs the Reforms Announced by President al-Assad

    Mar 04, 2012
    He regretted the violence and destruction taking place in Syria, saying that there are destructive plans in world politics and that the people don't want the extremists who are receiving financial, military and political support from certain countries.

    "How can the Arab Spring be a spring when people are killed every day? They talk about Iraq and democracy while a million Christians out of one and a half million were forced to leave Iraq… where is democracy in Iraq?" he asked, saying that this so-called spring is closer to a winter of war, destruction and killing.

    "What good is democracy if it wants to kill people and throw away stability?" Patriarch al-Rahi wondered.

    Syrian Arab news agency - SANA - Syria : Syria news ::

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