Syria commits Act of War on France

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  1. Armand2REP

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    just to make israel neighborhood weak as hell, world is so damn committed to help israel, anti-israel lobby cant do anything.
     
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    Why use excuses to start a war. Just go ahead.!!! Bring out those Rafales to see if the production line can be salvaged with some orders after showcasing the capabilities again. Libya does not seemed to have helped. Even the Indian order is not going Frances way as some indicators point.
     
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    Looks like the only way to get France to stop invading countries around is to place an order for French jets.

    BTW, I did not know that France was in dire need for energy that it is going around targeting oil rich countries.
     
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    Trying to stay relevant in a fast changing world where many I the erstwhile powers are fading away.
     
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    Why an act of war? Has not more the right to self-defence the Syria?


    In other hand the French, Turks, American and Saudis supplies guns and training to the syrians traitors rebels (not civilians, because civilians people don't uses guns) from theirs territories and this aren't an act of war too?


    Stop the provocation against Syria!
     
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    CdG just got out of maintenance... time to send the Rafales.
     
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    Kunal Biswas Member of the Year 2011 Moderator

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    Sorry but it can be paid rebels..
     
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    Sorry but rebels need air support.
     
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    pmaitra Moderator Moderator

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    External powers supplying weapons to rebels = act of aggression.
    External powers calling armed rebels 'civilians' = lying.
     
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    The provocation is not going to end. It was started by SA to get rid of all the regimes opposed to the Kingdom of SA. It will continue for the foreseeable future till Iran regime is removed from power. If you look back at the recent developments in Middle East, two dictators were not only removed from power but hunted down Egyptian President was given an option to resign or face the same fate. Only Tunisia was exception. SA has an axe to grind with Iraq, LIbya and Egypt because of their troubled relationship in the past. After the invasion of Iraq west has opted to stay on the outskirts and preserve their resources for the ultimate show down against Iran if it takes place. Once they are done with Syria they will go after Iran.

    The west is getting paid by GCC for supplying the troops and weapons and nothing is going to change till SA and other GCC achieve their goals.
     
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    lol act of war my ass :lol:
     
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    Yes, there is running a 'cold war' between Saudi and Iranian, but the winner isn't clear yet. Whom lose the war, shall fall its regime, whether the mullahs whether the royal family.


    For this the Assad's resistence to down is each time bigger. If the Assad's rule ends and Iran begins be pressured on, it menaces to close the Ormuz Strait and to cut off the Saudi and GCC flows of oil to West. This explain the war against Kadafi, because the Lybian oil don´t needs pass through the Ormuz strait and can go directly to the West economies. While the Ormuz Strait remains closed in a possible Iran-SA War, the West will survive of Lybian oil.
     
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    France has not provided weapons to the Free Syrian Army yet.

    On the other hand Syria has orchestrated the bombing of French military personnel who only survived thanks to the high protection of their PVP.

    Syria has committed an act of aggression against the state. The regime must be replaced.
     
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    pmaitra Moderator Moderator

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    Bwahahhhahhaha!

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    What proofs has France that was Syria the culprit of bombing?


    Syria is an independent country. whom decide if Assad shall continues or not are the Syrian people, not foreign powers. This is interference. Syria is no more a france's colony.
     
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    Here is the Free French Army for you. I wonder whether Syria will consider arming them. :)

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    Bullets & bombs 'humanitarian assistance' to help Syria?

    Bullets & bombs 'humanitarian assistance' to help Syria?

     
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    Doesn't Russia have an active naval base in Syria?

    It seems the French have gotten overenthusiastic lately; someone needs to show them their place.
     
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    Ray The Chairman Defence Professionals Moderator

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    It seems to be a battle of the proxies in Syria and Lebanon.

    West supported rebels in Syria and Syria supported Hezbollah in Lebanon.
     

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