Skip to comments.Report: John Kerry Cleared His Schedule to Discuss Arming Syrian Rebels
Posted on 06/09/2013 8:08:46 PM PDT by NormsRevenge
It looks like the U.S. government will give serious thought this week to arming Syrian rebel groups, days after Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces re-captured the key city of Qusair. Secretary of State John Kerry, according to an AP report, has pushed back his mideast trip this week because the White House is planning to discuss sending weapons to some rebel groups.
Kerry was supposed to go to Israel and Palestine to hack away at a peace plan for the region. But, perhaps because Syria's situation became even more pressing this week, the Associated Press's sources say that reported trip is off, for now. They're reportedly going to discuss at least two more drastic interventions in the conflict, with one much more likely than the other:
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Declare a no-fly zone: McCain preferred
NO just drop a nuke on Damascus at high noon option.. darn.
How about just let Assad win and kill off 1/2 of Al Qaeda in the process?
Al Qaeda’s Ayman al-Zawahri calls on Sunnis to fight in Syria
Now Kerry wants to help?
Kerry and Zawahri are on the same team. Thats what the Benghazi arms sales were all about. The murder of the US Ambassador by the State Dept/White house was just a little hiccup in the expanding war plan for taking over Syria by AQ. That way they can directly hit and wipe out Israel.
When the Syrian Army Arrived, Only Two Christians Remained in al-Qusayr
I guess kerry couldn’t be bothered with the persecution of Christians by our qaeda friends.
Mesta...I”m past believing this Gov. cares about Christians...or any other Gov. for that matter. ..and why would Kerry even consider...he’s such a robot all he does is what he’s told to do and say...and that poorly I might add. He remains all about his image...that will never change.
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