One wonders why President Obama is so hell-bent on military intervention in Syria on the side of the Islamist Sunni Jihadist terrorists, and against the Islamist Shiitte Jihadist terrorists? The recent chemical attack in Islamist Sunni "rebel" enclave sounds like a propaganda set-up to me, and it makes no sense except when viewed from the "rebel" perspective as a last ditch propaganda effort to get America to intervene on their side, that is, to give President Obama an excuse to do so. Here are the reasons that I believe this:
1. Who did the chemical attack benefit? -The rebels.
2. Why would the Assad regime conduct a vicious chemical attack 3 days after the UN inspectors arrived in Damascus with Assad's consent?
3. Why would Assad conduct a chemical attack when he has stopped and turned back the "rebel" advance, and now that the rebels are losing?
This leads to the common sense conclusion that the rebels perpetrated the attack on their own people for the purpose of forcing American intervention to save their terrorist behinds. This may sound unrealistic to anyone who does not understand the Islamist mind set, but think suicide bomber on a large scale. It is what Allah wants them to do, so Allah loves the sacrifice, even if it is not voluntary.
America has no business intervening on either side, yet Obama is using this chemical attack as an obvious pretext to help the Islamist Sunni Jihadists, who are riddled with Al Qaeda thugs and allied with Islamist Turkey and others, to defeat their rival Islamist Shiitte Jihadists, who are allied with Hezbollah and Iran. This is similar to what Obama has perpetrated in Libya and Egypt, siding with Sunni rebels to oust the brutal but stable regimes of Qadaffi and Mubarek. Now there is turmoil and death in all three countries, Christian Churches are being destroyed, and priests are being tortured, imprisoned and kidnapped by the Islamist"rebels". Raymond Ibrahim comments on the persecution of Christians in Egypt:
"Indeed, the abuse of Egypt’s Christians has reached unprecedented levels in the modern era. Al-Qaeda’s flag has been raised above their churches; their pope is in hiding under threat of death; a priest was shot in front of his church, and another Copt beheaded; their children are being abducted; nary a day goes by without a church being attacked or set aflame; hate filled graffiti covers their homes and churches."
In Egypt, the persecution of Christians appears to be by Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood, which lead the rebels there to victory last year, with President Obama's support. If there is any common thread or predictor to the disastrous Middle East policy of President Obama, it is that he seems to support the Islamist faction that will do the most harm to the Christian population.
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