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Barack Obama (President of the United States of America, for those of you who live in a hole under a rock) has made the decision that he wants to send military forces to Syria, but Congress must approve of the idea before it is acted upon. The military (says Obama) will not be ground troops, but rather air-force instead, because bringing ground troops into Syria would put our troops into too much danger. 

Vladimir Putin (President of Russia) says he will defend Syria if we attack, claiming he has not approved, or would ever approve the chemical bombing that has been poured down on Syria. Putin said that the bombing is most likely being done by Assad's regime, who are against the government there. To back himself up, he also stated that the Pope would never let it happen.

Eleven other countries say that they will support America if we go through with Obama's suggestion. Mr. Cameron (British) could not get Parliament to agree to help. 

What is happening in Syria is going against worldwide law. I know something must be done about the terrible chemical bombing, but I don't think more bombs is the answer! Syria and the small countries surrounding it have too much to worry about already (they are already having internal wars), they don't need another war springing up in that area.

If you would like to read more, or listen to Obama's speech about the situation, go here-> www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2013/0…

Open for discussion.
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:iconabosherkoshamalhawa:
abosherkoshamalhawa Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2013  Student Interface Designer
We have to stand up for what we are believed in, 
such a huge crime against humanity should not pass without any considerations. 

Otherwise, we will pay a heavy price for delayed actions. 

We have to make this decision by the right of justice, defending American values, 
morals and the fundamentals of our great nation. 

As civil world leaders, Assad must judge for his tyranny and war crimes against humanity, 
against vulnerable children's, against oppressed people was looking for freedom.
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WhitefireTequiiya Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2013  Student General Artist
Yes, I do agree that something must be done about Assad, but what we are planning to do is bomb Syria. That punishes not just Assad, but the people too!
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abosherkoshamalhawa Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2013  Student Interface Designer

I do respect your doubts,

believing in our ethics that's who makes us the great nation we are, holding this power comes with responsibilities, Syrian are such an amazing culture with ten thousand years of coexistence tolerance and 40 years of Assad tyranny regime.

Looking forward not to hold Assad gone cost us allot... as Saddam in early (90's) and Hitler at world war 2.

With all thanks.

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Radzha Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2013
Well, you can't say that this bombing was done by Asad's army. It should be proven by UN experts. And only after that we can make some decision. If USA break the international rule, this can bring all world to a catastrophe that we couldn't even imagine. But I think that there won't be any bombings - after Syrian government agreed with our suggestion to give up all chemical weapons and not to make any of it, the only one who was against this suggestion were rebels. Not USA, not UK, France, but these terrorists, so it's kinda narrows it down.
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WhitefireTequiiya Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2013  Student General Artist
The Syrian government hadn't given permission for  it in the first place, but Assad's regime was doing it anyway. Putin said that he would never have agreed to anything like that. But the fact is, American government is getting into business they shouldn't mess with, like usual. Putin said that if we attack Syria, he will protect it, which means, if I may, a war. Maybe not a big one, but still, a war.
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Provable Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2013
the thing is we aren't trying to hurt Seria, we just want the government to get the idea that bombing there own people ISNT right. we had this whole discussion on this in history class haha XD I think both sides in this isn't right though. I mean we shouldn't really get into this because it's Seria's problem, and Seria shouldn't be bombing there own people in the first place.
The thing is , we just want to help. And most people think it's the right thing to do rather then watch people suffer from there OWN country.
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WhitefireTequiiya Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2013  Student General Artist
Me and my friends had a long conversation over this during lunch. And we agree with exactly what you just said! America really does get into other peoples lives and tries to fix it. it think we need to leave people alone more, but something should probably be done about Syria. Chemical bombing is not the fastest way to die....it's very painful
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Provable Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2013
yup! It's a hard situation to deal with, and there is really no real right answer nor solution :/
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WhitefireTequiiya Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2013  Student General Artist
h...i guess we'll just have to wait it out and see...if it means war....well BLEH
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Provable Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2013
yup XD
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