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originally posted by: marg6043
a reply to: xuenchen
Nah, in order for the US to invade Syria as in an attack Trump will need congress support.
Yes he could used the Marines to get into Syria without congress but I doubt that he will do that, when US have all the military technology and power to put Syrian in the stone age without having a single troop in the ground.
Now, I know what MSNBC is been telling now, that Russia gas the Syrian children to help Trump.
It seems they are losing their mind like CNN.
originally posted by: Perfectenemy
I think i found the reason for the US troop deployment. It's from February and about creating safe zones in Syria.
originally posted by: marg6043
a reply to: madenusa
Oh, US is planning something alright, but I don't think is going to be in the scale of 9/11 retaliation, I know, this time is going to be a lot of technology involved.
www.alhayat.com/Articles/21198263 translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.alhayat.com%2FArticles%2F21198263 "Political sources in the Jordanian capital have revealed that joint Jordanian-American-British operations are about to begin to eliminate terrorist organizations operating on the northern border with Syria, led by Khalid bin al-Walid's army. This comes in light of repeated monitoring of the movements of "extremist" groups, about 20 km from the border area with Jordan. While the Iranian Revolutionary Guards are stationed at a distance of 70 kilometers, which was considered by King Abdullah II of Jordan in a recent press statement "the news is not good", was overshadowed by the channel of Israeli fears, not only Jordanian. The political sources who spoke to Al Hayat linked the visit of British Prime Minister Theresa Mae to Amman last week, which included a tour of the Jordanian Special Operations Command. The meeting of the Jordanian monarch in Washington also included figures in the administration of US President Donald Trump last weekend, The joint security coordination in this regard, which was evident in the statements made by the Jordanian King and the American President at the press conference, after the summit that they gathered in Washington. The sources told Al-Hayat that there is a serious study of the implementation of Jordanian military operations inside Syrian territory, or in the border area, after monitoring the targets, excluding any Jordanian military presence inside Syria, with the exception of cautious entry to carry out operations. This is supported by Abdullah II's interview with the Washington Post, and he responded to a question about the return of Al-Raqqa from Al-Raqqa, when he expressed his fears that the terrorists "will have to move and go south. It is a challenge, but we are prepared to confront it, in coordination with the United States and Britain.