Sept. 3, 2013
(CNN) — U.S. plans for strikes against Syria may be coupled with increased support for rebel forces in that country’s civil war, two leading Republican senators said after meeting with President Barack Obama on Monday.
Obama met in the Oval Office with Sens. John McCain, and Sen. Lindsey Graham, both members of the Senate Armed Services Committee, the White House said. After the meeting, McCain and Graham said the United States needs to help the rebels reverse battlefield gains by troops loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
“We still have significant concerns, but we believe there is in formulation a strategy to upgrade the capabilities of the Free Syrian Army and to degrade the capabilities of Bashar al-Assad,” said McCain, the ranking Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee. Read more…
NewsRescue editors note– It is now clear that the accusations of Syrian government Sarin use, following Saudi Arabian royals’ desperate bid to bribe Russia with billions of dollars is all in the desire to have an even bloody conflict with maximum loss of Muslim lives, that extends for ’10’ years as US military official predicted.