'I didn't join the navy to fight for Al-Qaeda': US servicemen against Syria strike

Sep 3, 2013
Images have emerged on social media purporting to show U.S. servicemen speaking out against a looming strike against Damascus. People wearing military uniform are seen posing in front of cameras with posters saying they did not join-up to fight with al-Qaeda in Syria. Those pictures cannot be verified but the Pentagon is reportedly already looking into the identities of those involved.

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Comment by Fiona Revell on September 3, 2013 at 5:48pm
The govt would love these pictures to be fake, it's hardly a ringing endorsement of their push to go into Syria that the very ppl they want out there don't agree with it. I personally think they are genuine but wouldn't be surprised if the news reports them ad fake within the next couple of days.

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