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Obama escalating war in Syria

 
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06/16/2013 11:41 PM
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Obama escalating war in Syria
Former US Congressman Ron Paul has sharply criticized President Barack Obama for his decision to approve arming foreign-backed militants in Syria, noting that such a move would “escalate” the ongoing crisis in the Middle Eastern country.



“Today we heard from President Obama that the war in Syria will be escalated. He now has agreed to send weaponry in to assist the rebels. It’s escalation, that’s a proper word, because we’ve already been involved for quite a few months. We’ve been supporting the rebels for probably the past two years, supposedly for humanitarian reasons,” he said in a statement posted on YouTube on Friday.

“But now there is going to be a much more aggressive approach and we’re going to send weapons. There is a few problems with this, first off, it’s war. Second thing is presidents are not supposed to start war without permission from the people through a congressional declaration of war,” Paul argued.

He also rejected the White House allegations that Syrian government forces have used chemical weapons in their battles against the militants, saying the claims are baseless.


The Syrian government says the West and its regional allies, including Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey, are supporting the militants.

[link to www.presstv.ir]

Several international human rights organizations have accused the militants operating in Syria of committing war crimes.

As Muslims We Reject Human Rights
[link to www.memritv.org]


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Re: Obama escalating war in Syria
Israel ORDERED usa to... "by June of 2013" fact~!

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