Don't blame U.S. passivity for the chaos in Syria

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Comments by some U.S. senators, analysts and journalists, including the editorial board of The Washington Post, suggest there is no doubt: Bashar Assad and his thugocracy are primarily responsible for the killings, but that the tragedy of Syria is also a direct result of a terrible failure of leadership on the part of the international community, ... (more)
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Excellent article.
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Are you sure, you have been blaming the US along with Reality or Truth for them sponsoring the civil war.
Don't get me wrong, I do agree with you.

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