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Syrian protesters defy Assad government; 42 killed

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Dictators must go, religion and state should not be one, the economy should be any countries main priority not religion..

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Assad surely must fall.

I hope the Iranian mullah's are watching. Methinks (hopes) they could be next.

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Will NATO step in to protect civilians as in Libya?

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Iran and its Revolutionary Guard Corps are under similar U.S. punishment. Officials said the new designation for the Revolutionary Guard would add another layer of penalties and make clear that Washington believes it is providing material support to help with the crackdown.

Oh, and the US 5th Fleet sitting in Bahrain's port is not providing arms to Bahrain & Saudi Arabia to CRUSH the Shia majority? I would have hoped that Japan Today would be more OBJECTIVE and shed light on these obvious similarities. Any reputable media organisation worth its salt would do so. Right?

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Will NATO step in to protect civilians as in Libya?

Unlikely due to the fact that they have the available resources to be able to launch one.

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Oh, and the US 5th Fleet sitting in Bahrain's port is not providing arms to Bahrain & Saudi Arabia to CRUSH the Shia majority? I would have hoped that Japan Today would be more OBJECTIVE and shed light on these obvious similarities.

And your point is? Surely it can't be that the US doing the wrong thing in once case should be taken as justification for doing the wrong thing in another?

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"the economy should be any countries main priority not religion..".... thats just another form of religion...

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