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Ben Norton 6 Apr 17
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Extremist jihadist group Ahrar al-Sham is applauding the US bombing of the Syrian government
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Ben Norton 6 Apr 17
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Syrian rebels applaud Trump's unilateral bombing of the government
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Ben Norton 6 Apr 17
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Extremist Salafi jihadists in Ahrar al-Sham are applauding Trump's bombing of the Syrian government
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Ben Norton 6 Apr 17
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US ex-secretary of state spoke of Saudi/Turkey-backed extremists Ahrar al-Sham as a "subgroup" of ISIS and al-Qaeda
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Ben Norton 7 Apr 17
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Shares of weapons corporation Raytheon are up after the US launched 59 of its cruise missiles against a Syrian government airbase
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Ben Norton 7 Apr 17
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Tomahawk missile maker Raytheon's stock up after U.S. attack on Syria
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Ben Norton 7 Apr 17
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The extremist, hyper-repressive Saudi regime "strongly supports" and "praises" Trump's "courageous" bombing of the Syrian government
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Ben Norton 7 Apr 17
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Israeli apartheid regime "fully supported" and applauded Trump's bombing of Syria. VP Pence thanked Netanyahu for "Israel's strong support"
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Ben Norton 7 Apr 17
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Marco Rubio calls on US to reach out to extremist Saudi dictatorship to implement sectarian regime change in Syria
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Ben Norton 7 Apr 17
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Fascinating how those calling loudly for US to topple Syria's repressive government have no problem allying with the Wahhabi Saudi monarchy
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Ben Norton 7 Apr 17
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Reminder: Saudi dictatorship does mass beheadings of peaceful dissidents. (But they're a close US ally so it's okay)
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Who supported Trump's attack on Syria: -Extremist rebels -GOP -Democrats -UK -Saudi Arabia -Israel -Turkey -Qatar -Yemen puppet gov -Bahrain
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Ben Norton 8 Apr 17
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The freedom- and democracy-loving Coalition of the Killing
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Ben Norton 8 Apr 17
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Add pipeline-building liberal heartthrob Justin Trudeau's Canada to the list of supporters of Trump bombing Syria
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Ben Norton 8 Apr 17
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This is of course the same Trudeau who defended selling billions in arms to the Saudi regime as it massacres Yemenis
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Ben Norton 8 Apr 17
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Remember: For the US, if your allies kill civilians, no problem. Go to town. But if your enemies do it, they simply must go. With force.
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Ben Norton 8 Apr 17
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79 US senators, from both parties, supported Trump's attack on Syria. Just 6 opposed. 15 took no clear position.
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Ben Norton 8 Apr 17
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6 US senators who opposed Trump's attack on Syria: -Gillibrand (D-NY) -Kaine (D-VA) -Murphy (D-CT) -Paul (R-KY) -Schatz (D-HI) -Udall (D-NM)
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Ben Norton 8 Apr 17
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In reality though, Tim Kaine is a hawk who repeatedly called for even more military intervention and "NFZs" in Syria
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Ben Norton 8 Apr 17
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US war, bringing together Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, Republicans, Democrats, and Ahrar al-Sham
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