First, WND reports on comments made by Rush Limbaugh Tuesday on his radio program, in which he claims to have heard personally from several insiders who are relaying to him the mounting evidence that indeed the Assad regime was framed. Further, another article written by the highly respected and credentialed Israeli-American scholar, Youssef Bodansky calls into question not only the American government's story regarding the Syrian crisis, but also the complicity of the American government in the whole affair. According to Bodansky, there is mounting evidence that the release of nerve gas in Damascus was a well-coordianed event potentially involving Qatar, Turkey, the US, and Jabhat al-Nusra (the al-Qaeda affiliated terrorists or "rebels"), all of whom want to see the removal of the Assad regime. This information if true, is beyond damning of the Obama administration.

First, I would once again ask everyone to pray for the people of Syria. Also pray that the Lord would give our leaders wisdom. This is, after all, commanded in Scripture. Far too frequently, I myself am guilty of becoming snarky or overly critical and not turning first to prayer and placing my full trust in God and His plans.

[caption id="attachment_5272" align="alignnone" width="650"]Jabhat al-Nusra. America's new ally? Jabhat al-Nusra. America's new ally?[/caption] First this news story from the UK Telegraph: Navy ready to launch first strike on Syria. For the past several months, in working on my forthcoming film project, I’ve travelled extensively throughout the Middle East and have sat down with numerous Christian, Jewish and Muslim leaders. I recently had the opportunity to sit down with some Syrian Christians who discussed the situation in their nation in great detail.

I have been receiving multiple reports from friends in Egypt. While some of the western media has reported that Christian churches and shops are being burned, most seem to only be emphasizing the military response to the so-called peaceful Muslim Brotherhood protestors. While the brotherhood spokesman Gehad El-Haddad wrote on his Twitter: "We will always be non-violent and peaceful" the following images reveal a very different story:
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