President Bush imposes new sanctions on Syria

by Infidelesto on February 13, 2008 · 1 comment

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Yahoo News – President Bush, stepping up pressure on Syria, ordered new sanctions Wednesday to punish officials in Damascus for alleged efforts to undermine stability in Iraq and meddle in Lebanon’s sovereignty and democracy.

Bush, in an executive order, said he was expanding penalties against senior government officials in Syria and their associates deemed to be responsible for — or to have benefited from — public corruption. The order did not specifically name any officials.

Bush signed the order a day after Imad Mughniyeh, one of the world’s most wanted and elusive terrorists, was killed in a car bombing in Syria nearly 15 years after dropping from sight. The one-time Hezbollah security chief was the suspected mastermind of attacks that killed hundreds of Americans in Lebanon and of the brutal kidnappings of Westerners.

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  • Tonto

    Personally, I don’t think the US, or Israel< is aggressive enough in attacking terrorists, or even rumored terrorists. Western forces should actively pursue an attitude of “go there and kill them” irregardless of geographic location. After all, that is exactly what terrorists are striving to do to us. Any country that objects immediately goes on the “suspected terrorist supporter” list and should be covertly penetrated anyway and the mission executed. Any muslim country should be automaticly be on the list and roving assets should be in place at all times, waiting for the time when a target appears.