US threatens Iran, Hezbollah for backing Syria

Jun 7, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: OpEdNews

The White House issued its most threatening statement yet yesterday, denouncing Iran and the Lebanese Shia movement Hezbollah as "partners in tyranny" for their support of the Assad regime in Syria.

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William

Billingshurst, UK

#1 Jun 8, 2013
Russia should threaten SA & Qatar for backing up mercenaries from 30 different countries and sending them to kill Syrians on the pretext of fighting for democracy,when the real reason is regime change and destabilising Syria to fulfill the Zionist dreams.

Since: Nov 12

Australia

#3 Jun 8, 2013
Idris the Jewish dog is openly admitting to murder in Lebanon .
That's what you people are who support the FSA GANGSTERS , cut throat thieves.
Don't think the religion of Islam Sunni or intermediates will support you invading Lebanon.
Soon you will be deserted as the facade of your fabricated existence crumbles like the decomposing body of a fat pig.
The maggots will chew their way through your lies that everybody knows about.
Time to die , lie down and accept the benevolence of death .
After all you have inflicted it on so many innocents.
Remember the protesters who went who approached the Golan demarcation line last year and were all shot in the back Jew piss pig.
Faith

New Baltimore, MI

#4 Jun 8, 2013
Hopefully, this conflict will precipitate an all out war of annihilation between the Sunnis and Shias and the entire muslim world will go up in flames.
William

Billingshurst, UK

#5 Jun 8, 2013
Faith wrote:
Hopefully, this conflict will precipitate an all out war of annihilation between the Sunnis and Shias and the entire muslim world will go up in flames.
Israel will be torched first if your wishes become true,what goes around,comes around.
Toxic

Yigo, Guam

#6 Jun 8, 2013
Did I miss something? An insurgent, w/o a country or government, fires missiles into Lebanon. Isn't that an act of war against a sovereign state? And no one objects? Hezbollah pls destroy the insurgents! Stay strong Syria!
The Iron Dicktator

Podgorica, Montenegro

#9 Jun 8, 2013
The Zionist Jews are the REAL Problem.
They have complete control of USA Governmant and Media!
Now they want to destroy Syria!
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#12 Jun 8, 2013
The US Bully barking at the Moon again like a Rabid Dog,well bark away,they can't do a damn thing about it.
Carlos

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil

#13 Jun 8, 2013
Shias will fight together, no matter what USA, EU and UN say! They have no other chose, BTW.
Suzie Rice Cakes

United States

#14 Jun 8, 2013
When Syria falls, we have plans to send the French Foreign Legion in to hoist the flag of Mali over the Jordanian capital.
Falcon

South Africa

#15 Jun 8, 2013
And so what?! Is the US gonna draw another meningless red line for Hezbollah... Do they really think smuggling some blood samples into UK or France is going to validify any use of sarin, this is a complete farce.. I think if NATO and Russia want to take meaningful steps in negotiating for peace, then they should open that door by creating a joint investigation initiative in order to get the the bottom of chemical use, there should also be an unbiased third party such as China to act as an intense observer...

BUT Yes, in your wildest dreams comes to mind right...
Uncle Sam

Beckley, WV

#16 Jun 8, 2013
It is best for America and the world for Assad to stay in power. Assad's government is no threat to the world as can be seen in that it can not even when a war against rebels. Now if the rebels are in charge of Syria they can cause much trouble throughout the world and would be hard to contain.

“hi ya”

Since: Feb 12

Manchester

#17 Jun 8, 2013
The elected Hizballah and Iranian Government are not partnered with Saudi and Qatari dictatorships at all!
USA and Co. are instead.

“Better Dead than red!”

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#19 Jun 8, 2013
They got nothing to fear from these jellyfish. This bunch is always issuing
" stern" warnings and condemnation. They are about as worthless as the UN.
News

Syria

#20 Jun 8, 2013
Hezbollah is spike in the eye of all..Especially for the ones who cooked the LOST plot
Kevin

United States

#22 Jun 8, 2013
"The battle involved Lebanon's Shia Hezbollah militants in support of Assad, pitched against the numerous Sunni groups such as the Al Qaeda-affiliated Al Nusra Front and other foreign fighters"

Why do U.N. show explicit supports for these Qaeda-affiliated groups and didn't even take any actions against them? There may be a need to put U.N. under watch!

Since: Nov 12

Australia

#23 Jun 8, 2013
Uncle Sam wrote:
It is best for America and the world for Assad to stay in power. Assad's government is no threat to the world as can be seen in that it can not even when a war against rebels. Now if the rebels are in charge of Syria they can cause much trouble throughout the world and would be hard to contain.

My understanding of it is the Syrian President does Not administer control over Government Department's or their functionaries.
His administration is separated and exclusive to the Armed Forces and Judiciaries .
So the Government could continue until a plebiscite determines the will of the people.
The Army has to just observe a cease fire and the police stop handing out tickets for the time being.

“ROCK ON ROCKERS!!”

Since: Mar 11

Rockin' USA ;)

#24 Jun 8, 2013
YEAH, Love the way the WH threatens anyone...WITHOUT consulting their employers.. US TAXPAYERS!!
Oliver Cromwell

Accrington, UK

#25 Jun 8, 2013
Colorado Chick wrote:
YEAH, Love the way the WH threatens anyone...WITHOUT consulting their employers.. US TAXPAYERS!!
Same in my Country,the fact is they treat the people with contempt,we have the Terrorist William Hague threatening to send arms to Al qaeda in Syria,that is against International and domestic law,he should be arrested,i havn't voted for a long time because they are all criminals,voting only encourages them.
Uncle Sam

Beckley, WV

#27 Jun 8, 2013
rtloder wrote:
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My understanding of it is the Syrian President does Not administer control over Government Department's or their functionaries.
His administration is separated and exclusive to the Armed Forces and Judiciaries .
So the Government could continue until a plebiscite determines the will of the people.
The Army has to just observe a cease fire and the police stop handing out tickets for the time being.
That sounds well and good but who says the rebels don't want the present government out and not just Assad? The rebles could not put a stable government in place until only one rebel group is left standing. The other rebels groups will be eliminated through killing, torturing or imprisioning them.
history commons

United States

#28 Jun 8, 2013
Uncle Sam wrote:
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That sounds well and good but who says the rebels don't want the present government out and not just Assad? The rebles could not put a stable government in place until only one rebel group is left standing. The other rebels groups will be eliminated through killing, torturing or imprisioning them.
That's always the way it is with such so-called revolutions.

That doesn't seem to bother the West, since there are those who always seem to think they can woo the victors to an alliance. More often than not, they're duped with sweet whispers to their ears. It would be comical if it weren't accompanied by such tragedy.

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