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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Issues May Delay Syria Strike - UK Wants UN Report Before Strike (Video)

By Susan Duclos

Unlike Barack Obama who wants to immediately attack Syria before the UN has issued it's report and has not even approached the U.S. Congress to get approval for a military strike against Syria, as the War Powers Act requires him to, the UK has stepped away from their support of rushed military strikes until the UN has produced their findings, which isn't expected until Saturday at the very least.

At issue on the UK side, is the Commons vote, which needs to the support of Labor, who refuses to agree to a rush military strike without all facts in evidence that it was the Assad leadership that carried out a chemical attack and not the Obama backed, al-Qaeda linked rebels.

Sign from UK protesters 

Cross posted to Before It's News