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What next, will Britain and France bomb America next time an untypically large number of civilians is killed in a nato attack?

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Submitted by Anon (Israel), Apr 7, 2017 at 21:36

Or - if the nato attack that mistakenly bombs a hospital or a crowd of civilians (as has happened) or inadvertently kills civilians as well as jihadists (which must happen every day or so) - is French, will America bomb France?
Having said which, if Trump avoids being sucked into Syria, his attack will send a fairly powerful message to Iran, Russia and China about certain lines best left uncrossed.

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