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Date : 03/12/2014                      Reader : 71

H.D.A : Another reason and evidence that Islamic State is American made,as Assad revealed that US-LED AIRSTRIKES ARE NOT SERIOUS OR EFFICIENT!!The whole world knows that ISIS is created by AXE OF EVIL US/Israel to serve Grand Israel ,to start with independent Kurdish state to include all Kurds of Syria,Iraq,Iran,and Turkey to defend Great Israel!!ISIS president is a Jew with Muslim name called AL-BAGHDADI!!Allies strikes are fictive aimingnto protect ISIS for more than a decade till ISIS finishes Israel plans in Middle East!!Australia,Canada are part of the game as well as France and UK with US!!

 

lasvegassun          3-12-2014

 

Assad: US-led airstrikes not serious or efficient

 

BEIRUT (AP) — Syria's President Bashar Assad says that U.S.-led airstrikes targeting Islamic State group militants in Syria are neither serious nor efficient.

He claims the two months of strikes have not produced any tangible results and is also accusing Turkey of continuing to provide direct support to the militants.

Assad spoke in an interview with Paris Match magazine, excerpts of which were published on Wednesday.

In the interview, Assad also says that Syrians "will never allow our country to become a toy in Western hands."


 
 
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