NEW YORK – On the eve of a critical Capitol Hill discussion on Syria and two days before his address to the nation, President Obama has offered Syrian President Bashar al-Assad a way out of any U.S. bombing campaign.
Informed Middle Eastern intelligence officials tell WND the U.S. passed a message to Assad through Russia offering a deal that would ensure against U.S. military action if the Syrian leader agrees to the following terms:
The Middle Eastern security officials told WND that Russia has already objected to the term that bars Assad from running in future presidential elections.
The security officials further stated the U.S. believes Assad will likely reject the deal.
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