US Weighs Air Strikes in Syria

This Prediction is unfolding. I can’t speak to the number but the US and Kurdish forces have pushed back ISIS and their position has diminished, but now a decision has to be to made to strike ISIS in Syria, which in turn would support or at least help the butcher Bashar Al Assad.

Notes on 8-16-14  “In a short amount of time 50,000 lives taken.. war has arrived to the fat spider.. from the sky the spider must back step (retreat?).. their position diminishes.. ISIS now backed in the corner.. t will spill even more blood.. the military in the sky demands a blunt foreceful unwavering broadsword attack.. whether or not it happens is unknown yet.”

The Facts on 8-25 by Fox News: “US military weighing air strikes in Syria, defense official confirms.The U.S. military is considering air strikes in Syria to thwart Islamic State militants, a senior defense official said Saturday. The official told Fox News he does expect anything “imminent,” but such a plan is being weighed amid the militants’ deadly roll from Syria into Iraq and the recent beheading of American journalist James Foley.” Quoted by http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/08/23/us-military-weighing-air-strikes-in-syria-defense-official-confirms/

 

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6 thoughts on “US Weighs Air Strikes in Syria

    • Yes, something to do with Boston and a college, there is another event involving fireworks or a sporting event. The boston event could be a school shooter not necessarily a terrorist outside the US.

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  1. Eric,
    in bombing a foundering member of AQ now with Offshoot Nusra Front..– died..

    AMMAN (Reuters) – A prominent leader in Syrian al Qaeda offshoot Nusra Front was killed on Sunday in what rebel sources said appeared to be a U.S. drone strike in the rebel-held northwestern province of Idlib.

    .Islamist rebel sources said Abu Firas was a founding member of the militant group who fought in Afghanistan in the 1980s and was a senior member of its policy-making Shura Council.

    He worked with al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in galvanizing support among Pakistani supporters of the fundamentalist Taliban movement in Afghanistan several decades ago, the sources said.

    They added that Abu Firas, who was a former Syrian army officer discharged in the late 1970s because of his Islamist leanings, played a significant role in training Muslim Sunni jihadists who came from many parts of the Arab world to Afghanistan to fight the Russian occupation of the country.

    He worked with al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in galvanizing support among Pakistani supporters of the fundamentalist Taliban movement in Afghanistan several decades ago, the sources said.

    See..http://mobile.reuters.com/article/worldNews/idUSKCN0X00WD

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