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Syria News - July 25

By bartolo - Posted on 25 July 2012


Al Qaeda Insinuating Its Way Into Syria’s Conflict -

Christians Flee from Radical Muslim Rebels in Syria, They are afraid to talk about the killings, looting and kidnapping - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Fighters on Syrian-Turkish border may be Qaeda allies: Russia - Reuters

Russia says U.S. tries to justify terrorism in Syria, It failed to condemn a bomb attack that killed Syrian senior security officials -

Conservatives call on Obama to establish ‘safe zones’ in Syria - The Cable

Video: Syrian Rebels attacking Christians in Syria - YouTube

Video: Qaeda Taking Deadly New Role in Syria Conflict - YouTube


SNC chief Sayda rules out Syria Kurds separation, Appreciates Turkey contribution to the Syrian revolution - Kurdpress News Agency

Leader: Kurds will hoist Kurdistan flag in liberated Kurdish region of Syria, Despite the objection by the Syrian National Council -

Free Syrian Army Reacts to Kurdish Autonomy: “Will Never Let it Happen” - IKJ News

Erdoğan says PKK threat from Syria may cause Turkey’s military intervention, The Turkish Armed Forces have shipped a large number of soldiers to its border with Syria - todaysaman



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