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Baathist support of insurgencies.

Reader comment on: Syria's Role in the Iraq Insurgency

Submitted by Gregory Allen Leeds (United States), Feb 12, 2010 23:51

The attempted attack by insurgents in Amman, Jordan, in 2005 with 20 tons of chemicals and it's international ties have now got to be rectified. the Baathist have continued their support for many conflicts including their use of Somailan insurgents who arrived to fight the Israeli's in 2006. The use of anti-tank guided weapons given to the insurgents in Iraq by Syria can now be dealt with with the new importance of US-Syria ties by the Obama administration. The persons responsible for allowing the introduction of the advanced weapon systems to the Iraqi's can now be made manifest for their criminal prosecution for altering with that nations internal affairs.


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Feb 12, 2010 23:51

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