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10 Arguments For And Against Immediate Military Action In Syria

Originally posted on List of X:

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According to Secretary of State John Kerry’s statement, “the President is not asking us to go to war, he’s simply saying we need to take an action against Assad, which could involve some bombing, launching a couple of missiles, or maybe landing a tiny ground force of a few hundred thousand soldier. But we won’t be, I repeat, we won’t be going to war!”

A few months earlier, Barack Obama promised that a use of chemical weapons by Syria’s regime would cross a red line and would justify action against Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad. So when a recent poison gas attack killed hundreds of Syrian civilians, Barack Obama called on Congress to authorize a military strike to send a message to Assad that he must stick to killing rebels and civilians using conventional weapons only.  However, the idea of a military action against Syria isn’t too popular, and opponents and supporters…

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