Saddam Hussein was known to have chemical weapons, but few were found when our troops invaded Iraq. Funny how both U.S. and Israeli intelligence viewed convoys of Iraqi trucks transferring weapons to Syria, and a former Iraqi general came forth describing how cargo planes carried weapons from Iraq to Syria under the pretense of delivering supplies to Syria after a dam collapse.
It's frustrating to see evil triumph. We can take comfort by standing on the promises of God's Word. Righteousness will prevail, though we must be patient.
"The wicked shall not be unpunished: but the seed of the righteous shall be delivered." (Proverbs 11:21)
"Do not fret because of evildoers, Nor be envious of the workers of iniquity. For they shall soon be cut down like the grass, And wither as the green herb." (Psalm 37:1-2)
Based on God's Word, the evildoers/ the wicked in this world have much to fear, and though Obama is not a factor in this conversation, he, nevertheless, definitely falls under the category of an "evildoer".
Read about the latest concern over the Iraqi weapons which are being controlled by the Assad regime in Syria, via Weasel Zippers:
Assad seems crazy enough to use them.
Western intelligence officials have noticed new worrying signs of activity at chemical weapons sites in Syria, The New York Times reported on Saturday.
The Syrian regime is “doing some things that suggest they intend to use the weapons,” one American intelligence official told the Times, adding, “It’s not just moving stuff around. These are different kind of activities.”
The officials were unsure of Syria’s intentions regarding the work at the chemical sites, but said it is possible Damascus is preparing to use chemical weapons as a last-ditched effort to defeat rebels, according to the report.
But the Syrians have yet to take the most crucial steps toward using their chemical weapons, or preparing them for firing in any way, the Times reported.
Earlier this year, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Israel would weigh military action if it suspects Syria’s chemical weapons could fall into the hands of a terroristorganization.