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  1. Al Nusra Front Continues To Steamroll Assad’s Troops, Seizes Control Of Another Town In Eastern Syria…

    http://weaselzippers.us/2013/02/14/al-nusra-front-continues-to-steamroll-assads-troops-seizes-control-of-another-town-in-eastern-syria/

    Obama policy fail, an al Qaeda run country in the making, Syria will become a radical fundamentalist Sunni terrorist client state. Yes, Iran will be more isolated without Assad as an ally. No, Israel will not be safer much less you or I when Syria will openly be a terrorist run state actor.

    Prediction: IF Syria falls into the hands of Al Nusra, the M.E. will blow up in a sectarian war between the Sunni and the Shia (Iran). Given Ahmadinejad’s poor reception in Egypt by the Sunni fundamentalist government, there will be no alliance against Israel other than the usual “I hate you and wish you were dead” comments by the Sunnis.

    Al Nusra btw is funded by the … Saudi’s. Connect the dots as the Iranian Mullahs have by now and you have the Sunni elites rushing to beat Iran’s nuclear deadline. By that I mean, as soon as Syria is secured by the Sunnis, a pre-emptive attack on Iran will begin on every imaginable front from economic to terrorist bombings throughout Iran. The Sunni’s are intent on turning the Shiite belief system of world wide chaos into their own end. This is a religious war and the Sunni’s are going to stamp out the Shiite heresy once and for all.

    Israel of course will be threatened by two hostile neighbors, Egypt and Syria, whose hatred is only equaled by their revulsion of the Shiite heretics.

    Comment by dscott — February 15, 2013 @ 11:11 am

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