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Old 09-04-2013, 04:40 PM
 
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And the cia is involved.
The CIA plan was simple: To establish an FSA presence in southern Syria
that would serve as a magnet for other opposition forces to march on to
Damascus,” the second source said. By Aug. 20, the sources said, the FSA force, which contained Western
mercenaries disguised as rebels, was routed, with elements besieged by
Syrian Army units. They said the FSA defeat ended U.S. hopes of using Jordan
for a rapid rebel advance that could decide the Syrian war in 2013.


Report: Syrian Rebels Obtained Nerve Gas Weapons Months Ago | War and Conflict

Mounting evidence raises questions about Syrian chemical weapon attack | World Tribune

Syrian Army crushes U.S.-backed rebel assault from Jordan | World Tribune
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