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Syria SAT 22 FEB 2014 @ 1600 #OurUSAandWorld Status Update on Terrorists in Syria: Yes- We have Peace Talks in Geneva – They are to no avail – Both Syrian President Assad and Extremist Terrorists are committed to fight until death!!! There will never be a diplomatic solution in Syria!!!! More @ http://jrcjazzed2012.com/2014/02/22/usa-allies-terrorists-in-syria/ “We are not just fighting Assad,” says one man. “We are fighting Russia, Iran and Hezbollah.” Damascus suburb of Ghouta Washington Post By Michael Gerson, Published: 20 FEB 2014 Free Syrian Army – Moderate radical Islamist group Jabhat al-Nusra “gives anti-Syrian Government fighters food and assistance.” Syria is the worst refugee crisis since Rwanda and a death count approaching that of the Bosnian war . Bashar al-Assad is utterly committed to staying in power – no compromise – no negotiation He has Russia as an Ally Iran exporting weapons and Lebanon refugees a sectarian mix Jordan-services are at breaking point foreign jihadists. ISIS – Extreme Terrorists Syrian planes and helicopters & barrel bombs Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan and France — seem to be willing. The United States is not alone Facebook Post SAT 22 FEB 2014 Countries like Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Jordan and France are waiting on leadership to take action in Syria from whom? The USA. The War on Terrorists – Extreme Jihadists – must be waged in Syria NOW without further delay!
In recent weeks, Obama’s senior national security aides have also delivered dire warnings about extremist havens in Syria, and about Americans and other Westerners joining the fight and being radicalized.
Jabhat al-Nusra, has aspirations to attack USA French President Francois Hollande had talks with USA President Obama He also met last week with Jordan’s King Abdullah II, a U.S. ally whose small country is struggling to cope with a flood of Syrian refugees.
MAR 2014 USA President Obama will travel to Saudi Arabia, which has been open in its call for tougher U.S. action. Associated Press writers Kimberly Dozier in Washington and Matthew Lee in Paris contributed to this report.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad: Homs Jabhat al-Nusra Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant a new al-Qaeda enclave in eastern Syria USA Strategy: Pay cash to pay salaries in liberated areas. By helping the opposition’s local government councils pay teachers, medical workers, civil servants and police officers, we can help them gain legitimacy and establish public order, creating a more viable alternative to the extremists and the Assad regime.
UN Gevena Peace Talks targeted sanctions on banks that finance arms shipments to the regime and on financiers of al-Qaeda. Targeting these institutions would create obstacles to the regime’s resupply efforts and would place pressure on Assad’s international supporters to help us achieve a diplomatic resolution.
Core U.S. interests are at stake, and the status quo cannot continue. We must send our brave USA Troops and military resources now : the alternative is far worse: al-Qaeda recovering from the blows the United States has dealt it and gaining a new stronghold and find ourselves responding to a terrorist attack originating from a new al-Qaeda enclave in eastern Syria — drawn in on its terms and timetable. Meanwhile Assad continuing his butchery as he has demonstrated in Homs and using barrel bomb attacks to kill innocents in this conflict.
Yes – We do have a diplomatic effort by the United Nations in Geneva. No negotiation with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Islamic Jihad Extremeists One strategy to get Assad to bow to diplomacy is targeted sanctions on banks that finance arms shipments to the regime and on financiers of al-Qaeda. Targeting these institutions would create obstacles to the regime’s resupply efforts and would place pressure on Assad’s international supporters to help us achieve a diplomatic resolution. Source: By Samuel R. Berger, The Washington Post :
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