Yes, but only Special Forces troops
No. Maybe in the future.
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No, because it will be seen as an Israeli aggression and Asad and his people could easily use it as an excuse to rally the population behind him. On top of that, where exactly would these troops be staged to go into Syria?
Iraq? Doubt the Iraqies would allow the troops back in.
Turkey? Doubt the Turks would want to allow US troops in the kurdish area..
Jordan? LOL dream on.
Israel? MUHHHA yea right...
Then maybe a sea landing? D-Day 2.0? LOL!
Another resident reported after the Syrian army was able to dislodge the militias (armed gangs) and take over, "We returned to our homes in neighborhoods that were nearly empty. Insecurity continues in three districts, especially in Khaldiyeh, where the national army continues to pursue the militias that keep many families as hostages. My uncle who had been kidnapped two months ago returned home yesterday very ill, very tired, but very lucky considering. He's in the hospital. Many other kidnapped people have not returned and the families have no news of them."
This statement mentions one of the most dramatic subjects because of the amount of people, including families, which the aggressors kidnapped and brought with them.
Days before, Silvia Cattori interviewed another resident, a Syrian man 75 years of age who lives in a village in the province of Homs: "What happens here is all the opposite of what they say in their country. I beg your pardon ma'am. Our soldiers are not mercenaries. They are the sons of the people, all mixed religions. They are my brother, my son, my uncle. This is our army. It is impossible for the children to deliberately kill their parents. Our soldiers have faced for many months mercenaries paid by foreign funds to commit their murders. "
Disinformation against Syria is criminal - English pravda.ru
This is an opinion piece from Pravda, but it contains details that absolutely run counter to the Mass Media line. This is what happened in Libya also. That's what I mean about the "Mighty Wurlitzer."
Should America deploy troops to ________ (anywhere)?
Never...except after a declared state of war.
If anyone on here thinks that we don't have operators on the ground already in Syria, you're crazy. I don't think we should, but, I guarantee you we do. Eventually, they will turn the tide of the battle for the rebels and the Syrian gov't will be overthrown.
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