Israeli airstrikes add new wrinkle to US diplomacy, debate on greater Syria role

  • Article by: BRADLEY KLAPPER and MATTHEW LEE , Associated Press
  • Updated: May 6, 2013 - 6:27 PM
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cartoonconnMay. 6, 13 1:08 PM

not our problem.

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bannedmuggsMay. 6, 13 1:09 PM

Right, Obama. The peace prize winner is still gearing for more war.

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benjamin_1114May. 6, 13 2:42 PM

Actually, Carla Del Ponte, an independent UN investigator said their is strong concrete evidence the sarin was used by rebel forces, not the Syrian Army. But, since our govt is actually behind the rebels our media will say it's the Syrian Army doing it, we have no shame. I'm sure we'll eventually blame it on terrorists and call it a day.

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tmauelMay. 6, 13 4:04 PM

Unbelievable, the UN comes out with a report indicating the rebels used chemical weapons and Obama claims the opposite with no evidence. It appears Obama and the main stream press are hell bent on spreading lies in order to justify another war in the Middle East even though there is almost no support among the general public. And the main rebel fighting force in Syria is aligned with Al-Quadea. Perpetual war is what the capitalist masters demand.

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bannedmuggsMay. 6, 13 4:38 PM

Like the US didn't know or didn't help plan the Israeli airstrikes. I hate when the left leaning media and the politicians think we're stupid. If the polls in the US and Europe showed anyone cared about Syria, we would be bombing the daylights out of them.

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