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TO KILLING OF OTHER MUSLIMS BY MUSLIMS YOURE SAYING. >> LAST WEEK, 2,000 PERSONS, THEY WERE KILLED BY GOVERNMENT OF BASHAR AL - ASSAD . YOU HEAR NEXT TO NOTHING ABOUT THAT. IT IS HAPPENING AROUND THE WORLD, IN A SENSE THOSE MUSLIMS VICTIMIZED BY OTHER
SPECTACLE TO BEHOLD. PRESIDENT OBAMA OFTEN STEMS OF FOUR CAMERAS AND MICROPHONES TO SPEAK KEEPS MAKING THREATS, WHETHER IT BE BASHAR AL - ASSAD OR LATTIMER PRUDEN AND THE REALITY IS THAT WE ARE HEARING VERY LITTLE FROM OUR EUROPEAN FRIENDS AND THEY SEEM TO NOT WANT
president also talked about air strikes and cereal last year and walk right up to the line of launching them. Syrian president Bashar Al Assad until the white house on a consensus on Capitol Hill that never came. Pulled back on the air strikes. Today
WERE NOT HAPPY WHAT WAS HAPPENING WITH THE SUNNI FIGHTERS IN SYRIA ON BEHALF OF THOSE FIGHTING AGAINST THE SYRIAN LEADER BASHAR AL ASSAD . THE REPORTING SUGGESTS THAT ALL THAT MONEY WAS FLOWING OUT OF SAUDI ARABIA, KUWAIT AND QATAR IN SUPPORT TO FIGHT THESE
the course of history," he said. For example, the Syrian Electronic Army, which is aligned with Syrian President Bashar al - Assad , has carried out countless attacks on Western media organizations, including The New York Times and the Washington
not serious" about reaching an agreement. Bashar Jaafari, head of the negotiating team for the regime of President Bashar al - Assad , countered that the other side is "amateurs" and blamed the U.S. for trying to undermine the process
in Geneva and were led by U.N. mediator Lakhdar Brahimi, the report said. The bigger issue about Syrian President Bashar al - Assad 's regime will be brought to the discussion Monday. Copyright © 2014 MarketWatch, Inc.
The Syrian Electronic Army -- which has been blamed for previous attacks on other Internet properties, including those of the New York Times Co. -- support the Syrian regime of Bashar al - Assad . Copyright © 2014 MarketWatch, Inc.
the pact to remove Syria's chemical weapons, although the United States, Britain and France have warned President Bashar al - Assad of consequences if he fails to comply. Oil supplies from Libya, hit this year by unrest and strikes, are