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Britain to support newly-formed Muslim nations’ ‘ground army’ against Isil

Posted by seumasach on December 16, 2015

“On Tuesday night Downing Street welcomed the proposals from the Gulf-led nations but declined to comment on military support.”

But, presumably Downing Street didn’t welcome last night’s positive diplomatic developments in Moscow. As the US and Russia move closer, we move closer to Saudi.


Britain faced the prospect of being dragged further into the war in Syria on Tuesday night, as it was poised to support a newly-formed “ground army” from Muslim nations who could attack Isil within weeks.

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