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Originally posted by solarstorm
reply to post by CountDrac
Oh it's u again.
You're still drinking your uncle Rupert's zionist koolade I see. So you decide to post a cute 1 minute thread in which footage was probably taken anywhere in the middle east and make it like a huge fireworks party eh?
Have you converted to being an Israeli citizen yet count? I mean you would probably fit right in with the rest of the blood suckers in that cancerous country called israel.
Just in case you forgot about I supplied the cute thread you started in which you got owned.
So, what is next for the Arab League after the failure at the UN? "This is not some kind of Western imposition. It's Syrians themselves on the ground who are requesting that the international community come to their aid. There is also the militarisation of the opposition because Syrians are losing faith in the possibility of peaceful change and that's why they are arming themselves.
Frankly, the UN vote was the best recruiting tool the Free Syria Army could have asked for and I think they are going to be getting a lot more people joining them." - Shadi Hamid, the director of Brookings Doha Centre Back in
November, Syria had agreed to an Arab League peace plan, but it ignored deadlines to end the violence and was suspended from the league.
Later that month, the league imposed sanctions on Syria and by December, the government had signed a peace deal and observers were sent in. Following the observers' report, the league produced a new plan calling for Bashar al-Assad, the Syrian president, to step down. Soon after that, the monitors' mission was suspended.
I suggest you stop blaming Israel for all the problems in the Middle East and focus half of your attention to your brothers who are dieing daily in the streets by your own leaders. Maybe then, once you get rid of these primitive religious regimes and barbaric dictators there will be peace in the Middle East.