World is Appalled by Syria Massacre

When is enough, ENOUGH!?

At what point does outrage become action?

Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu said he was “appalled at the continuous slaughter of innocent civilians by Assad’s forces. Iran and Hezbollah cannot be separated from Assad’s massacre, and the world needs to take action against them as well.”

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has repeatedly called for Assad to resign. He has also offered humanitarian aid to the Syrian people.

Iran confirmed Sunday that they have sent troops to aid President Bashar Assad’s crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in his country. Tehran’s announcement was particularly troubling since it came AFTER the release of information about the outlandish brutal murders of 109 more people in the town of Houla, Syria and the needless slaughter of 32 children under the age of 10, murdered by Damascus’ military forces. The photos and videos are much too graphic to show. No one should have to look on the carnage of gaping head wounds and bloody T-shirts of Syrian children. How could these kids be a threat to President Bashar Assad’s regime?!

At what point do we step up and do something about the uncalled for brutality?

When do we force the bully to put down his weapons and step aside?

The massacre was strongly condemned by the United Nations, the US, Britain, Germany and France. The White House described the violence as acts of “unspeakable and inhumane brutality.” A statement issued by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon and international envoy Kofi Annan said the “appalling and brutal crime involving indiscriminate and disproportionate use of force was a fragrant violation of international law and of the commitments of the Syrian government to cease the use of heavy weapons in population centers and violence in all its forms.”

Where is the Church?

When do the Christians say ENOUGH to this kind of mass murder? When and where do we make a stand?

The UN and human rights groups are now estimating that over 13,000 people have been killed in Syria since the uprising began in March 2011. Are we waiting until that number reaches 14,000 before we put an end to this tyrannical dictator and his backers, Iran and Hezbollah?

If these Islamists can murder and torture their own people in order to maintain their grip of power, what in the world will they do to Israel or America or YOU, if they have the chance?

A report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) showed this week that Iran was pressing ahead with its uranium enrichment work in defiance of UN resolutions and world opinion, calling on Iran to suspend their nuclear activity.

Reports say that Iran already has enough enriched uranium to build five nuclear bombs, if refined much further. Should we wait till they explode one of those bombs in the U.S. or in Israel before we say ENOUGH? We already know they have threatened to destroy Israel and the U.S.

Remember the Islamic threat; “First the Saturday people, then the Sunday people?”

At what point does outrage become action?

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