State Dept. Calls For Hezbollah To Leave Syria

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I voted for Bronco and all I got...

They must be dreaming of rainbows and unicorns:

The State Department called for Hezbollah fighters to leave Syria Wednesday amid growing reports of the Islamic groupís participation in the civil war.

Spokesperson Jen Psaki told reporters that the State Departmentís demand comes as a response to Hezbollahís recent vow for victory in Syria.

In a televised statement Saturday, Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Lebanese Shia militant Hezbollah movement, claimed to work for President Assadís forces and would not allow the Sunni rebels to win the civil war in Syria.

Secretary of State John Kerry has recognized Hezbollahís involvement in Syria and said that Iran is supporting the militant group.

Besides, I have enjoyed laughing at all the dead ones (aka The Qusayr Meat Grinder).

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Posted by: Stable Hand at 03:05 PM

Comments

1 This Muslim fanatic killing Muslim fanatic thing must stop.
On 2nd thought. Exactly what is the problem? I don't think the average citizen is very involved. More like they're trying to get out of the way.
Seems like Hezbollah and Al Queda are on separate sides and just doing their normal thing. Good luck guys. Need any ammo?

Posted by: GREYROOSTER at May 29, 2013 04:40 PM

2 After a week or so the State Department will thank Hezbollah for their cooperation and announce that we can begin shipping to Syria the weapons that we actually already started funneling to them last January. Hezbollah will say "wut?" and Secretary Kerry will send roses and chocolates to their Lebanon post office box. Obama will declare a foreign policy success for convincing a known terrorist force to withdraw and mean while in Syria Hezbollah will say "huh?"


Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at May 29, 2013 08:20 PM

3 Glorious Leader thinks hezbollah is a small town in Louisiana.

Posted by: Kafiroon at May 30, 2013 01:12 AM






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