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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

US and Britain won't intervene militarily in Syria

Cowards. Complete moral cowards.
The US and British defense chiefs are dismissing the idea that because the international community responded to unrest in Libya with military force, the same should be done in Syria, where a government crackdown on protesters has reportedly killed hundreds.

After meeting with Defense Secretary Robert Gates, British Defense Minister Liam Fox said Tuesday that the world's response to popular revolts across the Middle East and North Africa must be tailored to the circumstances of each case.
Sorry, but I don't buy this. I also find it hard to believe that Israel is so interested in preserving the Assad regime. I've heard nothing of the sort from anyone in power here. Could a replacement be worse for Israel than the terror supporting Assad? I doubt it.

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At 4:28 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The mass murder of hundreds of unarmed civilians should fill us with a sense of moral revulsion.

Israel is due to commemorate the Holocaust in several days.

What's clear is the world has learned nothing from it.


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