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  • Online Chat on the Middle East and Syria

    Tensions are again rising in the Middle East. Problems are mounting in Syria, Iran, Egypt, Yemen, and Israel. Click here to join us right now for our “Lunch with Heritage” chat. We are joined by Heritage expert Jim Phillips and he is taking your questions on what the problems in the Middle East mean for the region and the U.S..

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    One Response to Online Chat on the Middle East and Syria

    1. mike says:

      I'm sorry, but for the Muslims and other middle-easterners who are attacking American interests when we are only trying to help… you are digging your own grave. Iran will cease to exist if it continues in it's aggressive policies towards Israel and the West. Libya, Egypt, etc… watch out. We don't want to get involved, but we will not allow that part of the world to erupt into chaos and anarchy either. If nothing else has been learned from the past 10+ years, it should be that the US will not idly sit by when we are being attacked… physically or politically.

      Watch your backs guys… unless you stop, it's coming and it's coming hard. And it's going to hurt.

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