The hearts of world leaders are with us without a doubt, but we prefer their guns, for in the fight against the likes of Assad, only guns can make a difference. We learned this lesson the hard way.
I don’t want the U.S. to become the policeman of the world, but I also cannot live in a world without a policeman. The situation in Syria requires policing. Should the U.S. move now, there is enough goodwill to be cultivated. Let’s not wait until this becomes a thankless mission, but one which the U.S. has to do anyway.
Impact of pounding in Old Homs http://youtu.be/xtcB1CO8j0g , http://youtu.be/Fky-2uq7SnQ Gunfire in Wadi Arab http://youtu.be/a7y0zoqknrg and Bab Tadmor http://youtu.be/9OHodaulONU Jub Al-Jandali: impact of pounding http://youtu.be/XuHt2glfNkQ , http://youtu.be/2TVDCfIQBqU Khaldiyeh: a funeral http://youtu.be/V-Kw3QaBVVA Sounds of nighttime pounding http://youtu.be/QZjia08GMFM
More Alawite defectors in Idlib Province http://youtu.be/UrZp9xScnQg
Damascus/Eastern Ghoutah: sounds of nighttime clashes between loyalists and the local resistance http://youtu.be/6BAaQovqqpg Military plane flies over the region during the day to survey the territory http://youtu.be/mpffSCw68QE
Deir Ezzor City: the remains of a 12 year old boy http://youtu.be/ot7Zaw-Feo0