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Late Tuesday night, a collection of some of Syria's most powerful rebel brigades made an announcement: They declared their rejection of a moderate, Western-backed interim government and embraced Sharia law as "the sole source of legislation." The announcement marks a growing divide among the rebels and makes the U.S. wary of sending arms to the opposition. CNN's Barbara Starr reports on the al Qaeda-linked groups who are strengthening their influence and the dwindling number of moderates left on their own.
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this was really helpful for an la project about the syrian war
The USA may be being tricked by Iran, it seems that way to much(new talks)is all of a sudden taking place in just the past week or so when before Iran wanted nonthing to do with us.
We (USA) would be crazy to send any arms to the Syrian rebels now! They will eventually be used against us in the future as like the arms we gave to Afghanistan when they were fighting the Russians.