Even though they haven’t given out yet a single fashionable Fatwa calling for the death of Bashar Al Assad, should Al Qaeda help in initiating a regime change in Syria?
By: Ringo Bones
Not just gaining notoriety and infamy since initiating their brazen terror attacks back in September 11, 2001 - Al Qaeda has also since become a potent geopolitical force of sorts. But as of late, many a thinking person had been beating their brows raw on why Al Qaeda had never issued a fashionable Fatwa calling for the death of Syrian strongman Bashar Al Assad for the wholesale genocide of Sunni Muslims opposing his rule since last year’s start of the Arab Spring. Even though the international community will forever be cautious about this notorious global terror organization, should Al Qaeda spearhead the global community in initiating a regime change in Syria?
During the Bush Administration, Al Qaeda has always been vocal opposing the US military and NATO’s global war on terror and calling it as nothing more than a war against Muslims who earn less than 25,000 US dollars a year. As of late, Al Qaeda are “mysteriously” silent when it comes to criticizing the Assad political dynasty of Syria. A stance that only fueling the conspiracy theory that Al Qaeda might just only be a creation of the US Republican Party because they only launch attacks that down the road benefits defense firms that are beholden to GOP pork barrel.
HAMAS to have been criticized for staying silent on what Bashar Al Assad’s wholesale genocide of Sunni Muslims opposing his rule in Homs and elsewhere in Syria given that Syria is home to one of the largest number of supporters of HAMAS. It’s very tragic, but the on going genocide in Syria did manage to raise questions on the real mission statement of Al Qaeda and HAMAS. And also, everyone in the world are also stumped on why Al Qaeda also didn’t issue a Fatwa on the two permanent members of the UN Security Council – i.e. The People’s Republic of China and Russia for allowing Syrian strongman Bashar Al Assad to kill more Sunni Muslims.