USA needs to stay out of civil war in Syria

EDGEWATER -- The Civil war in Syria goes on, It's been over two years and more than 90,000 people killed. And there are reports that Syrian Bashar Assad of Syria has used chemical weapons on his own citizens -- men, women and children. When this civil war started the rebels where looking a better life, more freedoms and a more-Democratic form of government that Assad has not provided.

It's Muslim against Muslim and millions displaced. The Russians and Chinese are backing Assad while the USA is apparently siding with the rebels, but with the al-Qaida terrorist organization fighting side by side with the rebels, this is a war, the United States needs to stsy out of. They are doing a good enough job of killing each other, withoiut us getting involved. If Assad is overthrown, Syria will likely become a terrorist state.

It's Muslim against Muslim and millions displaced. The Russians and Chinese are backing Assad while the USA is apparently siding with the rebels, but with the al-Qaida terrorist organization fighting side by side with the rebels, this is a war, the United States needs to stay out of. They are doing a good enough job of killing each other, without us getting involved. If Assad is overthrown, Syria will likely become a terrorist state.

Mistakes where made in Iraq and Afghanistan. Let's not repeat them again buy getting involved in Syria. Another country to stay out of  is Egypt where another civil war is brewing.

If the United States Of American wants to strike the terrorists, then they need to locate the likes of Ayman Zawahirl, Nasser Al Wirhayahi, and Ibrahim Al Asir and their training camps.  Knock them out one by one and then maybe when they've been taken out, then perhaps the world can live in peace.

 

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