April 26, 2011

The West's Syrian Imperative

Jerusalem Post, Jerusalem Post

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The US and several European nations toughened their rhetoric this weekend to condemn the ruthless brutality of President Bashar Assad’s regime. But so far, words have not been backed up with action.

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