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Who is the US arming in Syria? President Assad rubs his hands at news of rebel split

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Syrian

Waterford, CT

#1 Jul 13, 2013
Excellent Article!!

rtloder

Since: Nov 12

Winston Hills, Australia

#2 Jul 13, 2013
The Yanks are demanding Morsi get let out of jail and not to be charged for his crimes.
That was made clear today .
So how can a few dead idiots from the FSA have any bearing on the subject.
Its easier to get into bed than to get out.
The Yanks can't just walk away from the Terrorists after branding them the freedom fighters.
They could , but I don't think God will let them , He seems to have taken their
marbles , it's not likely He'll be giving them back in a hurry.
Kami

Gdynia, Poland

#3 Jul 13, 2013
there are probbaly some outsiders from criminal western countries like britan, usa and some sidekickers of arabian states who are not beloved there and are trained to be killed. Such criminal indoctrination of not beloved people to get rid of them eternally.

rtloder

Since: Nov 12

Sydney, Australia

#4 Jul 13, 2013
Kami wrote:
there are probbaly some outsiders from criminal western countries like britan, usa and some sidekickers of arabian states who are not beloved there and are trained to be killed. Such criminal indoctrination of not beloved people to get rid of them eternally.
The problem with that logic is that they are making up ground in every Sunni Mosque and Madrassah.
While their Terror is successful it will proliferate.
We can't say how Allah will judge them , that's the mistake they make.
They are like the Jew playing at being God.
So you you can say as you just did they have no place in Paradise.
But there again, for the Ambition of our Lord to be realized, His Will must become our understanding of it, so His being impartial and able to be satisfied with what He has become must be the development of our understanding.
It's best to kill them as the Koran gives us the right to do and leave judgement up to God.
Ghaznavi

Ware, UK

#5 Jul 13, 2013
rtloder wrote:
The Yanks are demanding Morsi get let out of jail and not to be charged for his crimes.
That was made clear today .
So how can a few dead idiots from the FSA have any bearing on the subject.
Its easier to get into bed than to get out.
The Yanks can't just walk away from the Terrorists after branding them the freedom fighters.
They could , but I don't think God will let them , He seems to have taken their
marbles , it's not likely He'll be giving them back in a hurry.
Egyptians want morsi...!
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#6 Jul 13, 2013
The American agenda is to keep the muslim world perpetually in chaos, slaughter and poverty while we plunder whatever resources they have that are worth taking.

......Viva La Revolcion'! LOL!
Hector

Austin, TX

#7 Jul 13, 2013
Mostly Al Quada and Muslim Brotherhood terrorists in Syria but from Libya and Yemen.
Syrian

Waterford, CT

#8 Jul 13, 2013
Hector wrote:
Mostly Al Quada and Muslim Brotherhood terrorists in Syria but from Libya and Yemen.
Are they having a pool party?
dunadd

Greensboro, NC

#9 Jul 13, 2013
War does make for strange bedfellows!
mxlplx

United States

#10 Jul 13, 2013
rtloder wrote:
The Yanks are demanding Morsi get let out of jail and not to be charged for his crimes.
We're hardly demanding. Our spokewoman barely managed a whispered reply when asked.
mxlplx

United States

#11 Jul 13, 2013
dunadd wrote:
War does make for strange bedfellows!
The interesting news is that the Saudis applaud Morsi's ouster, while Qatar condemns it.

The Saudis are very nervous about the rise of the muslim brotherhood, except in Syria of course. I hear they're considering destroying their chopping blocks before their own heads fall to it.
George

Red Deer, Canada

#12 Jul 13, 2013
mxlplx wrote:
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The interesting news is that the Saudis applaud Morsi's ouster, while Qatar condemns it.
The Saudis are very nervous about the rise of the muslim brotherhood, except in Syria of course. I hear they're considering destroying their chopping blocks before their own heads fall to it.
Assad militia, the Sabitha, set up his own chopping blocks all over Syria, that is his way of negotiating.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#13 Jul 13, 2013
No one cares about Syria or Syrians.
rio

Bromley, UK

#14 Jul 13, 2013
Faith wrote:
No one cares about Syria or Syrians.
But you never stop talking about them!

rtloder

Since: Nov 12

Villawood, Australia

#15 Jul 13, 2013
Ghaznavi wrote:
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Egyptians want morsi...!

Some do only because Saudi and Qatar are willing to bank roll their Country.
See when it comes down to it Saudi isn't anything as far as religion is concerned.
Before Morsi got locked up it was Saudi against Turkey and Qatar pushing for a more orthodox approach.
Now the real anti Zionist movement springs to life King Abdullah can't get his hand out of his pocket fast enough to bring Morsi back on to the stage.
Is the king really his own prime minister.??
That would explain why he can't see difference in anything .
He thinks everyone is himself.
American

Bowdoinham, ME

#16 Jul 14, 2013
Ghaznavi wrote:
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Egyptians want morsi...!
.....on the end of a rope.
Ghaznavi

Ware, UK

#17 Jul 14, 2013
rtloder wrote:
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Some do only because Saudi and Qatar are willing to bank roll their Country.
See when it comes down to it Saudi isn't anything as far as religion is concerned.
Before Morsi got locked up it was Saudi against Turkey and Qatar pushing for a more orthodox approach.
Now the real anti Zionist movement springs to life King Abdullah can't get his hand out of his pocket fast enough to bring Morsi back on to the stage.
Is the king really his own prime minister.??
That would explain why he can't see difference in anything .
He thinks everyone is himself.
morsi won a majority in a fair and free eletion...!
Egyptians want morsi...!
Ghaznavi

Ware, UK

#18 Jul 14, 2013
American wrote:
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.....on the end of a rope.
Wrong again buffoon, the majority of Egyptians want Morsi...!
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#19 Jul 14, 2013
Egypt can only be ruled by a firm Western-backed military junta.
All muslims nations should take notice of the fact that the only brief glimmer of decency they ever experienced was when they were lorded over by their imperial masters.
Muslims have no souls.
lets get real

United States

#20 Jul 14, 2013
The muslim brotherhood doesn't believe in democracy. It only sees it as a useful tool to gain power and that is exactly how Morsi behaved in his year in power.

Hitler too, gained power by free elections, then embarked upon a similar course.

Put that in your skull cap and smoke it.

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