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Published: Wednesday, May 8 2013 11:29 a.m. MDT

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JWB
Kaysville, UT

Assad cannot even maintain equilibrium in his own country and that would put his forces at risk internally, with or without Iran and Hezbollah. Those two don't want to be involved directly with Israel as they have their own agenda. Syria's President has walked his course for 2 years and is not even close to a checkmate.

Besides the United States of America is now going to "give" $1M more in aid which will last the rebels at least 1/2 day operations. It sounds like a lot but that is a pittance of what it takes to do war operations in a country that size. We spend 200 times more than that on some of our President's trips.

Israel is just doing what it does best, defend it's boundaries, borders and people even with some losses. They have been blessed with good DNA for their cause.

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