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Al-Qaeda’s planned emirate in Syria is West’s own doing

Neil Clark is a journalist, writer and broadcaster. His award winning blog can be found at www.neilclark66.blogspot.com. Follow him on Twitter

July 19, 2013 01:58

Warnings of Al-Qaeda's strength in Syria have gone unheeded.

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Anonymous user 20.07.2013 18:39

Al Qaeda wouldt be there if UNSC intervened. Instead Syria is the new Rwanda crisis. Thanks Russia.

Anonymous user 20.07.2013 16:18

@insightlyricist, go easy on the keyboard. The game is over for the West in Syria: Syria has won.

 

insightlyricist 20.07.2013 16:04

There is no such thing as Al Qaeda, however Dear RT soon the Taliban will raise up their black flags once Nato leaves and march to syria. Taliban will Conquer Afghanistan Jabaht al Nusra will conquer syria bring stability peace and justice in Syria and then Together Taliban and Jabaht al nusra will conquer Jeruselem and Al Aqsa mosque. Your Russian Soldiers faced trauma against the Taliban and now your Nato friends are also facing trauma in battling the Taliban as theyve realised the reality that it is impossible to defeat them Dear RT the Islamic caliphate is near. No power on earth will be able to stop them.

Anonymous user 20.07.2013 16:01

The Western utter failure in Syria is clear from the paradigm shift toward alliance with the Talibam

Anonymous user 20.07.2013 15:56

the Talibans have greater chance of attacking U.S bases in Qatar/Jordan/Turkey than ruling Syria!

 

insightlyricist 20.07.2013 15:52

There is no such thing as Al Qaeda, however Dear RT soon the Taliban will raise up their black flags once Nato leaves and march to syria. Taliban and Jabaht al Nusra will together conquer syria bring stability peace and justice in Syria and then conquer Jeruselem and Al Aqsa mosque. Your Russian Soldiers faced trauma against the Taliban and now your Nato friends are also facing trauma in battling the Taliban as theyve realised the reality that it is impossible to defeat them Dear RT the Islamic caliphate is near. No power on earth will be able to stop them.

Anonymous user 20.07.2013 15:09

not long ago Western leaders were demanding ouster of President Bashar Al-Assad. Now they are silent

Anonymous user 20.07.2013 14:48

Thus, desipte taking billions fro the Saudis Egyptian military will not help terrorism against Syria

Anonymous user 20.07.2013 14:45

Blowback! Nabil Fahmy' said that "Cairo has no intention of supporting an extremist war in Syria"!!!

Anonymous user 20.07.2013 14:36

So sure of the fall of Syria, the West made no plan B in terms of what to do with the terrorists now

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