Which group benefits from the use of chemical weapons in Syria?
Who benefits from the use of chemical weapons in Syria? Al Qaeda is among the rebels trying to overthrow the Syrian government and they have a long history of killing Muslims.
Are we being duped into helping Al Qaeda take over Syria?
Are we repeating the intelligence mistakes that led us into Iraq?
It is time that the U.S. stays out of Conflicts. We have enough problems in this country with jobs and inflation. We should not in any way intervene Syria. It is terrible that woman and children have had poison gas used on them. But it is time that we start minding our own business and stay out of new conflicts. Why is it always the U.S who has to do something? It is time that other country’s step in and do something. They don’t want us over in Syria anyway. We are going to start lobbing bombs and Cruise Missiles possibly hitting innocent women and children. At least the British House of Commons in Emergency Session has just voted NO..
There is no one who benefits from the use of Chemical Weapons.
by Missing Link 5 years ago
Are we (the USA) really going to launch an unprovoked attack upon Syria? Really?Obama said a long time ago if the Syrian regime used chemical weapons in Syria it would cross a line. The last thing Asaad wanted was to have USA involvement. So, it makes no sense...
by Susie Lehto 17 months ago
More than 50 tomahawk missiles were launched from US Navy destroyers, targeting an airfield near Homs, the report said, citing a US official.More to follow..* http://www.itv.com/news/2017-04-07/repo … near-homs/Tell me it isn't so.
by My Esoteric 5 years ago
Let's say Israel hadn't bombed the Syrian nuclear program into oblivion decades ago, or the world lets Iran develop nuclear capability and they ship some suitcase nukes to Assad, or North Korea sneaked some in. In any case, what I am posing is what if Assad had tactical nukes. Now,...
by Deforest 4 years ago
Given it was not proven that the Syrian government was involved in the Ghouta attack, why would they have to dismantle their chemical arsenal whereas few miles away a greater danger is shadowing the whole middle east (Israel's arsenal) without measures to be taken? In a futuristic peaceful vision...
by LAURENS WRIGHT 5 years ago
What are your views about Chemical Weapons In Syria ?Do you think that Syria is a threat to the US? Do you think that the US should declare war on Syria? Do you think that the US is trying to make a message? Do you believe that the US is leading the citizens for support of a...
by Deforest 5 years ago
It just happened in Syria and guess who did it? The so-called Free Syria Army. Most of the victims were civilians! But what do we care? We are so far!Where do those chemical weapons come from if not from the West? Since radical islamists possess chemical weapons with our blessing why did we make a...
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