In a Twitter Tweet, Dr. Marty Fox suggested the reason that our Commander-in-Chief? did not want to ask for Pastor Abedini’s release rested in fear of angering Muslims around the world. It seems that catering to the Islamic world is something that comes naturally to Barack HUSSEIN Obama. Defending the religious freedom and human rights of Christians however, is an ideal that remains far from his heart.
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President Obama seems intent on attacking Syria with missile strikes, even though to do so would align the United States with the radical Muslim Brotherhood and the even more militant Al Qaeda. Although Mr. Obama claims the strikes would be made for humanitarian reasons, he has yet to address the genocide of Coptic Christians by Al Qaeda. Unfortunately, no one can promise that an effort to use force to neutralize Assad’s chemical stockpiles would be surgical and antiseptic – two attributes upon which Mr. Obama seems fixated. Even if we actually know where all of them are (including those Saddam Hussein is believed to have covertly transferred to Syria before we liberated Iraq), blowing up the caches will almost certainly result in some of their deadly contents being released downwind,” said Frank Gaffney, Jr. of the Center for Security Policy.
President Obama and John McCain are naively hoping for a moderate Islamic group to come into power that does not exist (or at least not in sufficient number to ably seize power). Andrew McCarty summed it up best when he wrote,”Do we keep pretending, à la John McCain, that jihadists are “moderates” we can work with, that their Allahu Akbar!-raving aggression is no different from the religious devotion of average American Christians?” It is the prayer of the editor of ShaynRoby.com that the Lord grants Barack Obama and John McCain the wisdom to grasp the concept that there is no such thing as moderate Islam. In short, any military action that involves fighting alongside the Al Qaeda and Muslim Brotherhood Terrorists should be questioned boldly and approached with intense, cynical scrutiny.
It’s indeed puzzling. The United States military has fired on Al Qaeda in Yemen with drone attacks, and yet John McCain supports a joint operation with Al Qaeda against the Assad regime in Syria. More conventional wisdom would be for the United States to allow Al Qaeda and Hezbollah to kill each other off while keeping a close watch on their activities rather than intervene in a conflict in which both sides pose a threat to American security interests.
Muslims Set Fire to Egypt Church, Tear Down Cross. The Muslim Brotherhood continues to kill Christians in Egypt, while their sister organization, Al Qaeda is committing genocide against the Kurds in Syria. Thousands of refugees are pouring across the border into Northern Iraq, yet the Obama administration still gives support to the very people that bombed the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001.
Robert Fisk at The Independent pointed out in his latest article that when the United States attacks Syria, that members of Al Qaeda, the men who destroyed so many thousands on 9/11 will then be fighting alongside the very nation whose innocents they so cruelly murdered almost exactly 12 years ago. Quite an achievement for Obama, Cameron, Hollande and the rest of the miniature warlords. Althought the editor of ShaynRoby.com disagrees with Fisk’s characterization of the Iraq war as arrived at on the “basis of lies originally uttered by fakers and conmen” (General Jorges Sada of the Iraqi Army spoke of WMD’s being moved to Syria under the cover of a U.N. caravan after a massive earthquake), it can be agreed upon that siding with an organization in one region of the globe, while blasting away at them in another (Yemen) makes absolutely no sense.
Aleksandr Lukashevich, a Russian foreign ministry spokesman, suggested in a video statement that some of the distressing images of dead and wounded civilians resulting from an alleged chemical weapons attack had been uploaded to YouTube one day “before the so-called attack.” That indicated, Mr. Lukashevich said, the claims of an attack might have been part of “a previously planned action” by Syrian rebels intended to provoke anger at President Bashar al-Assad’s forces. However, as YouTube has previously confirmed to The Lede Blog at the New York Times, its computers automatically assign a date to each video based on the current time in California when the upload begins, which can differ from the date in the user’s time zone. Given that California is 10 hours behind Syria, that means that any clip uploaded to YouTube before 10 a.m. on Wednesday was stamped with Tuesday’s date.
Video uploaded to YouTube by تنسيقية بلدة جسرين الغوطة الشرقية early Wednesday from Syria, said to show a victim of a chemical attack, was assigned Tuesday’s date by the video-sharing site’s computers in California.
that what a Russian official called evidence of Syrian rebel propaganda regarding an alleged chemical weapons attack posted on YouTube appears to be based on widespread confusion about how the video-sharing site, based in California, assigns dates to clips uploaded by users around the world.