Israel Attacks Syria in Support of Jaysh al-Islam a.k.a. “al Qaeda”

The current authorization for all of these wars comes from the 2001 AUMF which specifies we are at war with al Qaeda and their affiliates. That is supported in 2016 by a statement from President Peace Prize and the NDAA 2012 which made it illegal to support any nation which provides any support to al Qaeda or their affiliates.

“Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, in a speech in Aspen, Colorado on 28 June 2016, mentioned Jaysh al-Islam as one of “subgroups” of “the terrorists” ISIL and Jabhat al-Nusra (al Qaeda)

Trump attacked Syria last year this time in support of Tahrir al-Sham (part of al Nusra…formerly known as “al Qaeda in Syria”) and yesterday the IDF attacked the Syrian military in support of Jaysh al-Islam (part of al Nusra… formerly known as “al Qaeda in Syria”)

We live in BizarroWorld folks. Our leaders and our allies in the Middle East are actively supporting al Qaeda on a daily basis and we do nothing about it… except of course call people who point this out “fake news”

New York Times article

Our “moderates” in Douma just release some human shields they’ve been holding for a while

Thomas Frieman says “arm al Qaeda” in 2017

Tharir al Sham is al Qaeda

Jaysh al Islam is al Qaeda

Our moderates in Douma use human shields in 2015

Our moderates in Douma use chemical weapons in 2016

AUMF 2001

Legal framework of NDAA 2012

Coalition of the Willing


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One Response

  1. Scott doesn’t support the interests of North or South, East or West, he supports the interests of the American everyman.

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