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Dithering on Damascus. Not much progress in dealing with terrorists.

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Submitted by Debbie (United States), Feb 28, 2010 18:04

Alot of people felt Obama would deal with the Arab world differently, when they voted for him, there is actually lack of support for Israel by this administration, and more support for Palestine. Obama doesn't seem to understand terrorist regimes, or he is ignoring them. Syria has the same intentions as Iran, except they are not as outwardly verbal about their intentions. We can only buy time for so long with negotiations. These Islamic countries intend to go Nuclear to hasten the coming of the Islamic Messiah, and the Twelfth Imam which requires the destruction of Judeo-Christian civilization as we know it.

I don't think Obama intends to do anything about Syria or Iran, until he is forced into it! How can anyone trust Assad anymore than Abbas and Hamas to keep an agreement? Does anyone know what to do about these circumstances that continue to escalate short of starting another war?


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Feb 28, 2010 18:04

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