US brands Al Nusra leader a 'terrorist', blacklists Syrian government officials and institutions

US brands Al Nusra leader a 'terrorist', blacklists Syrian government officials and institutions
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In reading this article, I saw the comment: 'Jawlani “has stated in videos that his ultimate goal is the overthrow of the Syrian regime and the institution of Islamist sharia law throughout the country,” it added.' I don't understand why any group or sect of people would feel they had entitlement to force their goals on other citizens. No one has that right. Those who wish Sharia law should buy property and build their own community and make it known that those on that property live this way and others who don't wish to live this way should look elsewhere for a place to live. What is so hard about that! Maybe I've never been an elected official and neither do I have a 'degree' in sociology, but being in the US in what is called a 'melting pot' of various cultural peoples spanning generations {mind you that we are not the only country like this}, we respect each other's culture to include social and religious events just as they do ours. All this takes is compassion and courage. Great Britain, the US, Canada, France, and all other countries manage to live peaceably without uprisings occuring on an ongoing basis. I respect what President Obama is trying to do, and why he would hold back in taking a much harsher approach with Syria's Bashar al Assad.

lightweaver1213 (not verified) Fri, 05/17/2013 - 23:15

Most are wondering now, which countries are Really is the terrorists? Since 2002 there have been back to back wars ????

Anonymous (not verified) Fri, 05/17/2013 - 14:34

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