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A good question about Syria

August 31, 2013

To the editor: How many civilians will be killed protecting the civilians in Syria? Charles Zea Madelia......

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Auntydem

Sep-02-13 7:57 PM

Then there's this: Since the initial release, Mint Press News has edited the article, making clear that the piece was written by Yahya Ababneh and not Dale Gavlak. Even more concerning, this appears to have been the sole piece ever written by Yahya Ababneh for the Mint Press News. Mr. Ababnah had previously written for other news agencies, ones which had praised the 9/11 attacks.

This murky mess requires caution and time.

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davidm

Sep-01-13 5:29 PM

benswann d0t com / reports-saudi-prince-using-u-s-to-topple-assad-to-consolidate-own-power/ "According to reports in Mint Press News made by veteran Associated Press reporter Dale Gavlak, the chemical attack came from Syrian rebel arms by Prince Bandar, not the Assad regime." I can't believe the crap that is being past to us as 'fact' from the current administration.

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middleclassworker

Aug-31-13 6:11 PM

Bad things will happen whether we attack them or not. Why risk the lives of our soldiers? If we cannot get the support of our international allies, then what business do we have going it alone?

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Fischer

Aug-31-13 4:22 PM

Another question is how many civilians will die if nothing is done?

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MILFORD77

Aug-31-13 4:19 PM

My attempt at sarcasm failed.

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JReader

Aug-31-13 10:07 AM

Now now, no talk of civilian deaths. It must only be referred as "collateral damage". We must keep terms describing our actions both sterile and politically correct. That was one very important lesson we learned in Iraq.

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MILFORD77

Aug-31-13 3:07 AM

Fifteen, possibly sixteen.

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yunosmart

Aug-31-13 2:18 AM

None.

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