ACT for America has set up a petition to President Obama telling him that Americans don't want to get dragged into another Middle Eastern civil war and we don't want arms to go to al Qaeda and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Whilst Americans might deplore the humanitarian disaster happening in Syria, they need to remember that America's enemies are America's enemies. It's Assad /Iran/ Hezbollah on one side and the Syrian rebels/al Qaeda/Muslim Brotherhood on the other.
ACT for America asks: Why would we want to get dragged into this?
ACT for America
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- ACT for America is an issues advocacy organization dedicated to effectively organizing and mobilizing the most powerful grassroots citizen action network in America, a grassroots network committed to informed and coordinated civic action that will lead to public policies that promote America's national security and the defense of American democratic values against the assault of radical Islam.
- ACT for America's message is underscored by an article at Magic City Morning Star News two days ago written by Nasir Shansab - a former leading Afghan industrialist in his article titled: 'Egypt in Crisis' in which he advises the US to let the Egyptians sort their own problems out. SEE BELOW
Egypt in Crisis
By Nasir Shansab
August 27, 2008
The persistent talk and speculation as to what the U.S. should do about the crisis in Egypt is irrelevant. What will happen in Egypt will happen regardless of what the U.S., or any other country, does or doesn't do about it. Since the death of President Gamal Abdel Nasser in 1970, American policy towards Egypt has been supportive of its governments. That policy has been a blessing for its leaders and a curse for its reformers. It is time for the U.S. to step back and let the Egyptians settle their problems among themselves. What the U.S. could and should do is to persuade other countries to also refrain from interfering in Egypt's crisis. Saudi Arabia's promise to provide the coup leadership with $12 billion will merely fuel the fires of unrest and hatred.
America and Islamist Terror
by Nasir Shansab
August 14, 2013
Convinced that they were God's chosen people, most Moslems lived with a notion that the rest of humanity was inferior to them. When they realized the misery their corrupt governments had brought upon them, anger overcame them and they determined to free themselves from their hated rulers. They gradually included the U.S. in their hatred as they perceived America in league with their reviled leaders.