quote:Won't happen with John Kerry delivering Arms and $$$ to the Brotherhood in Egypt.
Honestly, we need to sit back for a while to watch Hezbollah and AQ continue their depletion of assets.
quote:Try being a Christian in Egypt. There are NO moderate factions in the Muslim Brotherhood.
A more repressive govt than Assad? Doubtful. Unless we abandon the more moderate factions then it's probable. Assad will fall. We're better off backing the winner.
Why does Russia have interest in Syria (taking Assad's side)?
There are many factions including Kurds
The fall of Assad lessens the influence of Hezbollah and Iran in the region
quote:There are Kurdish militias fighting the Assad regime and theyve clashed with other rebels. So you think not aiding factions like the Kurdish militias will help lessen AQ affiliated rebel groups?
Kurds want none of that shite
Rebel Islamists and Kurds Clash in North Syria
quote:Assad and Hezbollah have hurt in chance of a stable, strong government in Lebanon. They have supported and supplied insurgents killing Americans in Iraq. They have launched rockets into Israel.
And How is that a good thing ?
If any it will cause s sunni dominated region full of radicals that is hostile not only to the west but to ME minorities including Christians , Shias and Druze
quote:I'm not arguing with you there.
The US is doing what Israel tells them to do, i know it is hard to believe but it is a fact
here are Kurdish militias fighting the Assad regime
Assad and Hezbollah have hurt in chance of a stable, strong government in Lebanon.
The republican mind: "Obama is a tyrant, let's vote for Putin."
Unbelieveable!! We have to depend on the Russians to stop Barack Hussein Obama and the Muslim Brotherhood in their quest for world domination.
America.....you are ONE screwed up country!
Get the facts....then decide for yourself!
Russia will honour its controversial contract to deliver S-300 air defence missile systems to Syria, Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Thursday.
"We respect all our contracts and are honouring all our contractual obligations," Lavrov said in an interview with state-run Rossiya 24 TV. "As yet, the contracts are not finished, they have not been delivered in full," he added.
Lavrov renewed Russia's objections to a potential no-fly zone in Syria, which the S-300 systems would make extremely difficult to implement, and said Western plans to arm the opposition would see most weapons fall into the hands of Jabhat al-Nusra, an al-Qaeda affiliate that is believed to be among the most effective rebel factions.