Suicide car bombers in Damascus

From American Thinker.Com December 23, 2011 Rick Moran CNN is reporting that two suicide car bombs hit government buildings in the capitol city of Damascus, raising questions about the viability of the Assad regime: Two suicide car bombs shook the seat of Syrian power on Friday, said state-run media, a strike the government blames on terrorists and opposition forces call the work of the Bashar al-Assad regime. Bombings carrying Continue Reading

Is This The Next U.S.-NATO Armed Action?

From WND.Com In a surprise step that could precipitate a future U.S.-NATO military campaign, the Arab League today suspended Syria and called on its army to stop killing civilians. The League announced it will impose economic and political sanctions on Syria's government and has appealed to member states to withdraw their ambassadors. Arab League diplomats, speaking to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity, said that if Syria Continue Reading

Syria on the Brink – 15,000 Army Gathers for Civil War

From Telegraph.Co.UK The national "Syrian Free Army" aims to be the "military wing of the Syrian people's opposition to the regime", its leader told The Daily Telegraph from a heavily guarded camp in eastern Turkey. Confirmation of an armed force operating with the covert approval of the Turkish authorities follows evidence that attacks inside Syria are causing high levels of casualties in the security forces. It also shows the anger of Continue Reading

US Ambassador to Syria attacked by pro-Assad protestor

From American Thinker.Com August 30, 2011 Rick Moran Politico has the video. It was pretty scary moment for Ambassador Ford who has shown a lot of guts traveling to cities where people are standing up to Assad's guns despite furious protests from the foreign ministry. The U.S. Ambassador to Syria - who has repeatedly demonstrated his support for anti-government protestors - was attacked in Damascus last week by a supporter of Continue Reading

Is Assad next to go?

From American Thinker.Com August 22, 2011 Rick Moran It is to be devoutly wished but is probably not in the immediate future. The Telegraph's Michael Weiss: Now that portraits of Muammar Gaddafi have been perforated with rebel bullets, it's worth asking how Syria's president, Bashar al-Assad, must be feeling this morning. Like Gaddafi, the Syrian dictator has spent the last five months waging war on own his own population, albeit Continue Reading

Is anyone paying attention to Syria?

From American Thinker.Com August 4, 2011 Rick Moran No doubt Bashar Assad has been reinforced in his belief that murdering civilians is far more preferable than suffering the fate of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt. Mubarak, supposedly suffering from cancer, is lying on a stretcher locked in a cage and standing trial  for corruption and murder. The sight of the once nearly omnipotent dictator so humilated must be giving the Assad's of Continue Reading

‘Peace Flotilla’ = Radical Left + Islamic Fascists

From American Thinker.Com June 22, 2011 By James Lewis What do you call it when Bill Ayers, Jodie Evans, and Code Pink collude with Hamas in a disguised suicide attack on Israel?  You call it "A Peace Flotilla."  Or at least our incorruptible media do. The left has conducted agitprop operations against the West with enormous success over the last few decades.  Even when the Soviet Union crumbled, the Western left kept Continue Reading

Assad stages bloody confrontation at border with Israel

From American Thinker.Com June 6, 2011 Rick Moran We reported yesterday on the "Naksa Day" (Day of the Setback) protests by Palestinians which marks the beginning of the 1967 War. The story that has emerged following a day of violence along the border near the Golan Heights is one that fingers Syrian President Bashir Assad as the culprit in inciting the protestors to rush the Israeli border and give the IDF little choice in their Continue Reading

Obama to Assad: Lead reform or get out of the way

From American Thinker.Com May 20, 2011 Obama to Assad: Lead reform or get out of the way Rick Moran GA_googleFillSlot("AT_300_250_bottom"); President Obama spent part of his Mideast speech warning Syrian President Bashar Assad the had two choices; lead the reform effort or get out of the way. The Times of India: "The Syrian people have shown their courage in demanding a transition to democracy. And President Assad now has a Continue Reading

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From Rubin Reports.Blogspot.Com/Jerusalem Post.Com Israel’s New Neighbor Egypt: Radical Nationalist President; Islamist-Dominated Parliament Syria: Who Needs a Propaganda Operation When You Have the New York Times? The Incredible Importance of Israel's Natural Gas Discoveries Why The Palestinian Authority-Hamas Deal Is So Dangerous Charles Dickens Explains The Main Current Problem of the U.S. Continue Reading