Echoing the views of al-Qaeda’s No. 1, 61-year-old, Egyptian-born physician Ayman al-Zawahri, GOP presidential candidate former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney called President Barack Obama’s foreign policy “weak” for not intervening in Syria’s civil war. With the U.S. still mired in Afghanistan and only recently out of Iraq Dec. 31, 2011, U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) called on the White House to start bombing Syria. When the leader of the world’s most notorious terror group seeks an end to the al-Assad regime, you know it’s not something to support. Since the Syrian revolution began Jan. 26, 2011, over 15,000 civilians have been killed. Al-Assad clings to power using his military to suppress multiple rebellions by unknown rebel forces. When McCain called for bombing Syria March 5, no one knew the composition of various Arab groups making up the Free Syria Army.
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