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Monday, June 17, 2013

Assad threatens Europe

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad issued a veiled threat to export terrorism to Europe if the Europeans provide arms to the Syrian rebels.
"If the Europeans deliver weapons, the backyard of Europe will become terrorist and Europe will pay the price for it," he said in an advance extract of an interview due to be published in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung on Tuesday.
He also warned that delivering arms would result in the export of "terrorism" to Europe.
In his first comments since the United States announced on Thursday that they would be supplying military aid to rebels fighting for his overthrow, Assad said: "Terrorists will gain experience in combat and return with extremist ideologies."
Assad's comments came as Western leaders met at the G8 summit in Northern Ireland on Monday.
Given that the Europeans are afraid to designate Hezbullah a terrorist organization, they're probably quaking in their boots (literally - no sarcasm intended) over Assad.

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At 10:29 PM, Blogger ais cotten19 said...

The leaders in Europe have never cared all that much about their own people. Their reluctance to designate Hezbullah is just disguised anti-Semitism. I doubt that this new statement from Assad will have any effect, especially when there were already so many known risks to Europe, none of which deterred them from pursuing intervention. Plus the Obama just said the US is supporting, so how do they back out now?

Maybe the terrorists from Egypt and Saudi Arabia will band together to protect Europe from the terrorists from Iran? LOL.

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