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Jennifer Rubin: Obama’s pretty words don’t stop Assad

President Obama declared on Monday that “we have to do everything we can” for the people of Syria. I’ll be curious to know how he reacts to the latest news from that hellish part of the world: Syrian regime forces unleashed an artillery barrage on a neighborhood of the city of Hama and executed residents who spoke with United Nations peace monitors, according to several residents, one day after protesters in the city took to the streets to welcome the observers.
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