“Inner struggle”, of course. What were you thinking, you racist-bigot-Islamophobe?
Palin slams military intervention in Syria: ‘Let Allah sort it out’
“Until we have a commander in chief who knows what he is doing…. let Allah sort it out!”Â she told the Faith and Freedom Coalition.
Obama is playing with fire:
“intense discussions”Â followed the US announcement on Thursday that it will increase military supportÂ to opposition fighters after Western intelligence agencies confirmed that theÂ SyrianÂ regime had crossed a “red line” by using chemical weapons. (In reality it was al Qaeda that used chemical weapons, AQ are the sunni ‘rebels’ who Obama supports.)
Would there be any effort to prevent Islamic jihadists from coming in to the U.S. among these refugees? Of course not. Was there any such effort made with the Somali refugees? Of course not. That would have been “Islamophobic.”
Thousands of Sunni protestersÂ rallied for holy jihadÂ against Assad yesterday.
Â “The flagrant aggression of the Iranian regime, of Hezbollah and of their sectarian allies in Syria amounts to a declaration of war against Islam and Muslims.”
This Sunni-Shi’ite confrontation in Syria is escalating, and could ultimately engulf the whole region and more. “Clerics call for ‘jihad’ in Syria,” fromÂ AFP, June 15:
When we go into Syria, as Obama has now promised, we will be aiding the allies of this man.
Qaradawi is the most popular and influential Islamic preacher in the world. His endorsement of the rebellion against Assad as a jihad will mean that many more jihadis will stream into Syria.
How great it is that the U.S. is going to be aiding these jihadists. Syria will be cleansed of Christians in no time, and peace will ensue.
Hezbollah leaderÂ Hassan NasrallahÂ slammed Arab television stations Al-jazeera and Al-Aarabiya for broadcasting inaccurate information on the Syrian civil war. The terror leader vowed to continue to battle rebels in Syria.
NasrallahÂ said in a televised speechÂ that recent steps taken by GCC targeting Hezbollah loyalists in the Gulf would not deter his group from its objectives in Syria.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah on Friday said his militia’s intervention in Syria was “late” and came in response to a “global project” led by the United States and Israel to control not only Syria but the Middle East as a whole.