Prof. Stephen Stern, chair and associate professor of the Religious Studies Department at Gettysburg College, spoke with FOX43 yesterday evening regarding recent developments in Syria and the possibility of a strike by the United States.
“We know [chemical weapons] were used. The smoking gun comes from Israel. Israeli intelligence intercepted communications between Syrian officials before the missiles were fired and so reports are now saying that’s what persuaded Obama they had crossed his red line, and thus necessitating U.S. action—our U.S. credibility is on the line,” Stern said.
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