Syria gets radical

Syrian Armed Forces, Coat of Arms

The closer the Syrian endgame gets, the uglier it looks, as the fabric of Syrian society begins to be stripped away.

Today on his blog, Via Meadia, Walter Russell Mead notes that the anti-Assad militant groups have gotten more and more radical, pushing an extreme and aggressive agenda. In a post-Assad Syria, these radical rebel groups may rule, and moderate Syrians will once again be without voice.

 


Author: Stand For Israel | July 30, 2012
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  • mr ken
    August 8, 2012
    6:23 pm
     

    Pray For Israel;Pray for Israel;Don’t let your Heart be trouble!!! Jesus is in Control Amen!!

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  • Aliza
    July 31, 2012
    9:06 am
     

    All Arab countries don’t know how to negotiation with another country. The only way they operate is by killing their own people who are against them.
    God will protect Israel.

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  • sandra
    July 30, 2012
    11:29 pm
     

    Sounds as though they are going from frying-pan to fire The radicals are a dangerous bunch who must be met head-on They take two steps foward and three steps backwards they r unstable.

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  • Edwin
    July 30, 2012
    6:22 pm
     

    Everything is on course with our Lord Jesus coming. Believers should rejoice because our redemption draws near. Let’s pray for persecuted Christians worldwide & the peace of Jerusalem.. Amen!

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  • Yvonne
    July 30, 2012
    6:21 pm
     

    MY THOUGHTS ARE DO WE WANT ANOTHER EGYPT. WAS EGYPT NOT BETTER OFF BEFORE IT FELL INTO MORE RADICAL HANDS.

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  • robert
    July 30, 2012
    5:27 pm
     

    Hate to say this, but where is America. I’am American and we where fast to go libya and help them and also
    egypt. looks to me like they want assad to stick around a bit longer.

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  • K.C.
    July 30, 2012
    5:24 pm
     

    The Bible tells us that the descendants of Ishmael will ALWAYS “live at odds with all his kin.” So no matter who rules or how well or badly they treat each other, there will always be an eternal hatred of Israel. (Genesis 16:12). That is not because God wants it that way; it is only a prediction. The world will always hate God (John 3:19-21) but for some inexplicable reason not understood by me, God will always love the world. (John 3:16-18) We Christians can rest in that hope, not only for Israel but on behalf of every human soul.

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  • laurence
    July 30, 2012
    4:21 pm
     

    We must continue to pray for them.

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  • laurence
    July 30, 2012
    4:20 pm
     

    We must take into consideration the word of the Lord by looking the book of Revelation and Daniel.We see the fall of those that have ruled their people as if they are not human beings.We must continue

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  • steve
    July 30, 2012
    4:18 pm
     

    these radicals don’t want peace with Israel, hopefully the IDF & Mossad are monitoring the situation, & take whatever action Isarel deems necessary, damn the world opinion,

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