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September 9, 2013 8:24 am

Kerry to Assad: Avoid Western Strike by Turning Over Chemical Weapons

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International Business Times – US secretary of state John Kerry has given an ultimatum to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad to avoid a military strike by turning over his entire chemical weapons arsenal to the international community within the next week.

At a joint press conference with UK foreign secretary William Hague, Kerry said that America was not going to war but would launch an “unbelievably small and limited effort” to punish the Assad regime for the 21 August chemical weapons attack in Ghouta and to deter it from doing it again.

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  • It’s pretty obvious that if the opposition gets into power and has nerve gas, they’d use it, too. It is naïve to think that there are major differences between the Syrian sides. Remember what has been going on in Egypt. The world, especially President Obama, enthusiastically praised the change of regime and “democratic elections” in which Mohammed Morsi was elected president. He didn’t last very long, because the Egyptian public is volatile and the same is true in Syria. We should stay out of this conflict. RABBI DR. BERNHARD ROSENBERG

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