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  • censored.citizen censored.citizen Sep 2, 2013 8:22 AM Flag

    US Maj Paul Vallely claims obama is backing the Syrian Brotherhood

     

    “Obama’s really not a very brave person, so I don’t think he’ll take any brave action,” Vallely said. “He is known, even in the Middle East and Syria, for supporting the Muslim Brotherhood as he did in Egypt. His trend is toward supporting those elements also in Syria"
    As a result of his latest consultations, Vallely reported that the U.S. is actively providing support and logistics for the Muslim Brotherhood and salafist organizations like al-Qaida, but the more democratic-minded Free Syrian Army is essentially ignored. So why are Obama and his advisers siding with the more radical elements?

    “They continue to make international mistakes like they did in Libya and that they did in Egypt. So there’s a pattern of ineptness and a misunderstanding about why this administration would continue to support the Muslim Brotherhood and the radical Islamists, rather than the Free Syrian Army, which is the true opposition force over there,” said Vallely, who believes Obama has not been hoodwinked by the Muslim Brotherhood but simply embraces its ideology.

    “I think they approve of it,” he said. “It’s their agenda to support the Muslim Brotherhood. You don’t have to look any further than what happened in Egypt. There’s a perfect example of how Obama screwed up royally, and that’s why the military has come in. They basically want to decimate the Muslim Brotherhood, whose ambition is Shariah government"

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