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Will the US and/or coalition forces (including the US) invade Syria (any attack via air or sea or soldiers) before September 8th 2013?






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September 08, 2013 @ 07:38am PDT

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logain2006   •   Tue Aug 27 2013 at 09:09am PDT

Any kind of attack – air, sea or soldiers. And by coalition I mean US + other countries.

Ishmael17   •   Tue Aug 27 2013 at 08:44am PDT

When you say “coalition,” how do you define that? Must the USA be in on it? Must there simply be 2 or more nations sending in troops for the same side? And does it count as an invasion if this coalition (say, maybe Russia and somebody else) enters to support Assad? Not that any of that is likely, but I’d like to know the rules of cash-out all the same, since things do happen…

job   •   Tue Aug 27 2013 at 08:37am PDT

To be sure, you mean invation with soldiers, not a siimple air attack>

Tom501   •   Wed Aug 28 2013 at 06:13pm PDT

I would say that he is clear that any attack is considered an invasion and not necessarily a ground invasion. I would say this is a buyer beware market.


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