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Netanyahu, Putin, and Trump — Jockeying for Power in Syria


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Netanyahu, Putin, and Trump — Jockeying for Power in Syria

Reese Erlich

FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT Russian bombs rained down on towns of southern Syria as an estimated 320,000 civilians fled for their lives. Over the past several weeks tens of thousands walked to the Jordanian and Israeli borders hoping to escape the onslaught.

Rula Amin, a spokesperson for the UN refugee agency UNHCR, based in Jordan, told me the displaced people left their homes with few belongings and are sleeping in the desert. “They need shelter, food, drinking water — and mostly, they need protection.”


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If We the People allow it, Syria will become America’s Purgatory.