Is there justice in a U.S. military intervention into the ongoing Syrian crisis? What is God’s perspective on the tragedy that is occurring in Syria? When President Barack Obama asked for Congressional approval for military strikes on Syria, the people of the United States were obliged to consider these and other difficult questions. The international community also had to consider how Obama’s indecisiveness might affect tensions between China, North and South Korea, Japan, Israel and Iran. On August 21, 2013, reports of a chemical weapons attack on the outskirts of Damascus triggered a global military and diplomatic debate over whether the U.S., United Nations, and other major powers should launch military strikes. On August 30, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry confirmed the use of chemical weapons by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad against his own people – killing 1,429 Syrians, including at least 429 children. In this interview with the guardian spirit of Bashar al-Assad, Ryuho Okawa uncovers the true character of the dictator to be quite different from what the world saw in his CBS interview. As the world braced for a possible world war at the time, Okawa offered a clear sense of where God’s justice lay in this international crisis.