Congress votes tomorrow to send more weapons to ISIS and other terrorist groups


My recent comments to the President:

Does the President realize that the new bill to arm Syrian rebels doesn’t exclude arming people with terrorist links?!

From the article: “The bill would not exclude rebels with links to terrorist groups from participating in the program, since that would make it difficult to recruit trainees, the aide said.”

http://thehill.com/policy/defense/overnights/217797-overnight-defense-house-unveils-measure-to-arm-syrian-rebels

If we can’t find recruits without ties to terrorist organizations, doesn’t that mean the Syrian government was right to say their country is being attacked by terrorists?

I’m Syrian-American. As a Syrian, I want to say, stop destroying Syria. Bashar Al Assad is the president of Syria, the US has no right to depose him.

Just like Iraq, the US government has lied about Syria and President Al Assad. They have lied about the chemical weapons and the Syrian army attacking civilians to justify their attempts to overthrow a sovereign government and nation. President Al Assad is a good president and has the support of the majority of the Syrian people.

As an American taxpayer, I want to say, stop arming radical terrorists or fighters linked to them! Anyone in our government who arms these people is a traitor to this country. The long term goal of these people is to attack and destroy America.

Please call your congressional representatives today, and the president. The vote is set for Wednesday, September 17. Send this link to all your contacts. This is our money and they’re using it to arm people who want to destroy America. It’s up to us to stop them.

That’s the Capitol building in the photo below. It came from a Facebook page of the Al Aqsa Brigade, a division of the Free Syrian Army, the group our government keeps calling “moderate.”

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About Leila

I am a wife and mother. I am an Orthodox Christian. I am a yoga and fitness instructor and personal trainer. And I am a Syrian American with family living in Syria. My life is defined by my family, and right now, that means chronic worry and fear. Thank God for my faith and the support of my family and friends. I started this blog to talk about all sorts of things, but now I focus on Syria. Until this war is over, I, like all Syrians with a love for their country and their families, am a prisoner of this war, waiting to see what will be left after the dust settles. I pray for the safety of my family and for my country to survive and repair itself in the future. God willing.
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4 Responses to Congress votes tomorrow to send more weapons to ISIS and other terrorist groups

  1. Mark says:

    It is a completely reasonable for USA to fund their proxy terror army and triple cross them in the end to get to resources in Syria and to destabilize any threat to their hegemony over the World. Spreading “democracy and freedom” at the tip of the gun. Syria will turn into Lybia which is the end goal so they can invade further as time goes by and secure Lybia oil also, all with the help of pedophile Saudi terrorist. Assad will have to get direct help from China and Russia in order to stay alive. People have chosen Assad again. Back of America, go back to your corner of the World.

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