U.S. Won’t Back Egypt’s Attacks on ISIS

Vigilante

Diamond Member
Joined
Mar 9, 2014
Messages
51,329
Reaction score
18,067
Points
2,290
Location
Waiting on the Cowardly Dante!!
Of course not, the Poser meets with backers of the muslim brotherhood, and affiliates of ISIS at the White House.... now why would he do this?

The Obama administration was given multiple chances Wednesday to endorse a long-time ally’s airstrikes on America’s biggest enemy at the moment, the so-called Islamic State. Over and over again, Obama's aides declined to back Egypt’s military operation against ISIS. It’s another sign of the growing strain between the United States and Egypt, once one of its closest friends in the Middle East.

This shouldn’t be a complete surprise; Cairo, after all, didn’t tell Washington about its strikes on the ISIS hotbed of Derna, Libya. Still, Wednesday's disconnect was jarring. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest passed on a reporter’s question about an endorsement of Egypt’s growing campaign against ISIS. So did State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki....

U.S. Won t Back Egypt s Attacks on ISIS - The Daily Beast
 

Abishai100

VIP Member
Joined
Sep 22, 2013
Messages
4,876
Reaction score
231
Points
85
Training Megaphone Joker Card


The world community is in disarray about broadcasting news about mediation and intellectual research, and now the news of the CRE outbreak further invites improved 'humanist management.'

There seems to be a lot of generic 'world-governance talk.' I like learning about the World Bank and the World Health Organization. There is handsome education casing of the Model United Nations student-training program consortium on world governance.


:arrow:

Welcome to National Model United Nations

child-soldiers.jpg
 

AmericanFirst

Gold Member
Joined
Dec 17, 2009
Messages
12,204
Reaction score
1,060
Points
175
Of course not, the Poser meets with backers of the muslim brotherhood, and affiliates of ISIS at the White House.... now why would he do this?

The Obama administration was given multiple chances Wednesday to endorse a long-time ally’s airstrikes on America’s biggest enemy at the moment, the so-called Islamic State. Over and over again, Obama's aides declined to back Egypt’s military operation against ISIS. It’s another sign of the growing strain between the United States and Egypt, once one of its closest friends in the Middle East.

This shouldn’t be a complete surprise; Cairo, after all, didn’t tell Washington about its strikes on the ISIS hotbed of Derna, Libya. Still, Wednesday's disconnect was jarring. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest passed on a reporter’s question about an endorsement of Egypt’s growing campaign against ISIS. So did State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki....

U.S. Won t Back Egypt s Attacks on ISIS - The Daily Beast
Obutthurt is a coward and a Muslim.
 

Most reactions - Past 7 days

Forum List

Top