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Arab Nations Pledge $100 million to pay opposition fighters in Syria.....Does anyone not see a Problem with this?

3 years agoNews : The Coming Crisis

(CNN) -- Dozens of international leaders have bolstered support for a Syrian opposition group that is vowing to pay rebel fighters. The international Friends of the Syrian People group formally recognized the Syrian National Council as a legitimate representative of the Syrian people at a conference in Istanbul on Sunday.That effectively makes the SNC, which includes many Syrian exiles, the main opposition group with which other nations plan to work.
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