Iran sending 4,000 troops in support of Assad regime

Rick Moran
For every action, there is an equal, and opposite reaction. This is true in physics as well as foreign policy. When it became clear that President Obama would increase our assistance to the Syrian rebels, the terrorist group Hezb'allah pre-empted the president and sent thousands of fighters to Syria. They promptly helped the Syrian army score a huge victory by capturing a strategic city Qusair, and now their leader, Hassan Nasrallah, has vowed to continue the battle now that America will be arming the rebels: Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah, chief of the Shiite Hezbollah group in Lebanon, appeared unwavering in his support for the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad. He signaled for the first time the Iranian-backed militant group will stay involved in the civil war after helping Assad's army recapture the key town of Qusair in central Homs province from rebels. "We will be where we should be. We will continue to bear the responsibility we took upon ourselves," Nasrallah said in a...(Read Full Post)

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