Alquieda in Syria has shoulder launched stinger misseles

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    Alquieda in Syria has obtained shoulder launched stinger misseles. And made a video mocking the U.S. and the west for not giving them arms.
     
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    I thought AQ was dead and GM was alive?
     
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    Syrian rebels may have captured anti-aircraft missiles from Syrian military bases and most of them are obsolete Soviet-era weapons but the latest SA-24s from Russia may have fallen into the hands of the rebels and it's estimated that they obtained 50 Stinger shoulder-launched missiles, raising fears that civilian planes could be targeted and the Obama administration still imposes a ban on transferring sophisticated weapons to the rebels.
     
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    So? What's Syria any of our business? What did you expect the people just to sit and watch their towns being raped?
     
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    An Islamic theocracy could be worse than Assad...
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    France warns extremists could prevail in Syria
    January 28, 2013 — Syrian opposition leaders pleaded Monday for funds and political backing from the international community as France warned that extremists could prevail in Syria if nations fail to honor their pledges of support.

     
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    That would be Bin-Laden.
     

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