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**Responding to the prospect of U.S.-led military intervention, Syria threatens a retaliatory attack on Israel through a coalition including Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon.

The threats came in the wake of international outrage over reports that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad deployed chemical weapons on Syrian citizens. “Syria is ready to deal with all scenarios,” said Syria’s Deputy Information Minister Halaf Al-Maftah. “We have strategic weapons and we can retaliate. Essentially, the strategic weapons are aimed at Israel.”

“If the US or Israel err through aggression and exploit the chemical issue, the region will go up in endless flames, affecting not only the area’s security, but the world’s,” he added. “We consider these declarations of a possible attack as a form of psychological warfare and pressure on Syria. We are not worried about them. We hope that those threatening us will listen closely to what we are saying. We believe that the only solution for the Syrian issue is a political one.”

The Iranian government issued similar threats against Israel. “[The Americans] are incapable of starting a new war in the region, because of their lacking economic capabilities and their lack of morale,” said Republican Guard commander Mohammad Reza Naqdi. “No military attack will be waged against Syria,” said Hossein Sheikholeslam, a member of Iran’s Islamic Consultative Assembly. “Yet, if such an incident takes place, which is impossible, the Zionist regime will be the first victim of a military attack on Syria.”

British Prime Minister David Cameron reportedly wants a strike in the coming days while outrage over the the chemical attack is still fresh. British Foreign Minister William Hague emphasized that action could be taken even without the full support of the UN Security Council. France and Israel have also asserted that a military intervention in Syria should be initiated following the Assad regime crossing U.S. President Obama’s red lines. Germany also supports taking action against Syria once a UN investigation confirms that Assad used chemical weapons against his own people."

Currently, the U.S. government is refraining from taking action until it “get[s] the facts.” “We are analyzing the intelligence. If there is any action taken, it will be in concert with the international community,” said U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. Meanwhile, both Russia and China stand in the way of the UN Security Council taking solid actions against Syria.**

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Where are all the anti-war protestors now? Do they only protest when the President is a Republican or is it the media doesn't cover them when their guy is in office?

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sedu:

That is why Obama is saying that he wants the congress to authorize action, to keep his hands clean of how this plays out.

Either way, it is a lose lose choice.

If we help the rebels, their radical islam friends will take over. If we help the Sitting Syrian government or do nothing, we say that you can use WMDs on your own people.

This is why I believe in keeping a nuclear strike ability, planet ending strike ability. Then down size our military and pull out of every nation of the world. If the UN wants to see syria attacked, let the world for a UN Military Police force and if anyone attacks the US... Send North dakota a target package and make a number of cities in the offending nation vanish from the Earth.

Message sent, world received.

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The President does not have power ubder the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation" - Barrack Obama 2007

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Boo-fuckin-hoo for Obama. He's the President. He didn't just witness the loss of over 3000 Americans on his watch

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This is going to be no doubt a World changer, Sad we do not have a POTUS That actually has any kind of common since what so ever. Now our kids will be strapped with Debt and so will theirs and so on.

Mickey.

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It really doesnt matter what obama's situation is or isn't. It is BY FAR bigger than obama and his colossal ego.

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We're about to get stung, the second we launch a rock into Syria. We are the, On Demand war machine and Obama is in deep shit, no matter what he does. The Right and Left are gonna be after him..

Lose lose situation.. I would NEVER want that thankless fucking job!

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On top of that Iran is threatening to attack Israel if America attacks Syria. Im starting to wonder if this is what the Muslim in our white wants?

Mickey.

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Syria is Iraq rewound.

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