Five killed by chlorine bombs in Syria, international community yawns
Published April 15th, 2014 - 23:11 GMT
Among the chemical weapons, chlorine is considered the least lethal. So, despite five people now dead, Assad seems to be getting a free pass to use them; blogger rights; rich Arabs unite! and how the Salafis supported the constitution in Egypt.
Apparently, five deaths won't budge the international paralysis at stopping perpetrators of mass crimes – gas attacks, barrel bombs, mass executions, and so on – and this is becoming a terrifying trend.
Bloggers are not at anyone's disposal to manipulate whenever they need to. Bloggers have their own freedom and integrity and they will fight back against anyone who tries to rob them from their rights.
How Salafis Supported the Constitution in Upper Egypt
While the Muslim Brotherhood and most other non-Nour Salafis railed against what they called the ‘coup and its constitution’, the Nour Party nimbly tried to navigate the landscape.
So what did they do, and what was their rhetoric?