In June 2012, Ron Paul warned the 'warmongers' in Congress of the "plans, rumors, and war propaganda for attacking Syria and deposing Assad."
Juan Williams favors bombing Syria
I caught a glimpse of Sean Connery on TV late Monday afternoon at Ashe Stadium as the unequalled “James Bond” watched the unequalled two giants of today’s men tennis, Rafa and Novak, battle for supremacy at the US Open Tennis championship in New York
1453ET: EMERGENCY U.N. SECURITY COUNCIL MEETING ON SYRIA CANCELED AFTER RUSSIA WITHDRAWS REQUEST - COUNCIL PRESIDENT
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad could avoid a military strike by immediately handing over all of the country’s chemical weapons.
Last week, hell came to the tiny Christian village of Maaloula where they still speak Aramaic, the language of Jesus.
When it comes to diplomacy, Russia is playing chess, Syria is playing checkers and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is playing tiddlywinks.
Footage and photos of the alleged chemical attack in Syria, which the US cites as the reason for a planned military intervention, had been fabricated in advance, speakers told a UN human rights conference in Geneva.
The Syrian government agrees to Russia’s proposal to hand its chemical arsenal over to international control in a bid to avert a possible strike by the US-led coalition, Interfax reported citing the Syrian Foreign Minister.
“I will be voting against this resolution — a vital national security risk is clearly not at play,” McConnell said in a speech for delivery on the Senate floor that painted the White House strategy as muddled and rife with “unintended consequences.”
Key senators are recasting — not abandoning — legislation that could set the stage for war with Syria, sources familiar with the process said Tuesday, meaning Congress may still have to vote on the deeply unpopular issue. And it could still easily
Syria's main opposition bloc is urging the West to strike Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime despite Russia's initiative to have Damascus surrender its chemical weapons to international control.
A few hours after announcing that the Senate would take a procedural vote Wednesday to approve a U.S. military strike on Syria, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid changed course and chose not to file for cloture on the resolution, a move that could de
This should end the crisis. Unless the U.S. believes in punishment for punishment’s sake, this undercuts the use of bombing. It shifts the scale dramatically. It also provides Obama with an exit from a very difficult position for him.
Belgian hostage held with Italian war reporter Domenico Quirico by Syrian rebels said captors denied Assad involvement
Ron Paul said that he thinks the US is already at war with Syria, and Obama is just trying to make it official now, he also said "I think it is a false flag"
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad - Charlie Rose Interview - September 9, 2013
US Refuses To Admit Checkmate By Russia And Syria, Redirects Purpose Of Military Incursion: Admits Regime Change Intention
A quick reader on why military intervention in Syria is a big mistake–and what we should be advocating instead
So far, no convincing evidence has been made public proving that Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons to kill hundreds of Syrian people. That has left the door open to alternate scenarios and conspiracy theories.
Strikes to Be Much Less 'Limited' than Advertised
Syria on Monday quickly welcomed a call from Russia, its close ally, to place Syrian chemical arsenals under international control, then destroy them to avert a U.S. strike, but did not offer a time frame or any other specifics.
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Russia has urged Syria to put its chemical weapons under international control for subsequent destruction to avert a possible military strike.
“We’re not going to war,” Mr. Kerry told reporters after meeting with British Foreign Secretary William Hague in London. “We will be able to hold [Syrian President] Bashar al-Assad accountable without engaging troops on the ground or any
The interview, Assad's first with an American television network in nearly two years, will air on PBS's "Charlie Rose" show on Monday, the same day that President Obama sits down with six television networks for recorded interviews.