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More than 300,000 civilians have fled Syria, according to the United Nations – spread throughout Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon.
With winter approaching and crowded camps, they are living in difficult conditions. The U.N. estimates that the number of refugees could double by December.
Yet on Monday, Syria’s foreign minister, Walid Moallem, went before the U.N. General Assembly and said that the refugee crisis has been “fabricated.”
“I appeal from this podium to those Syrian citizens to return to their towns and villages where the Syrian State will guarantee their safe return,” he said.
Ali Velshi, sitting in for Christiane Amanpour, spoke with CNN’s Ivan Watson from Turkey, where tensions are rising among the more-than 80,000 refugees.
And from Lebanon, opposition activist Karam Nachar responds to the Syrian foreign minister’s claim that the crisis is fabricated.
Ya right, come back so we can eliminate who we missed... The country is destroyed but who really cares, when
the fighting is over whoever wins will still hate USA and blame us for their woes...
they need protection from the "rebesl" or they will be killed and just appear as another number for the "rebel" to brag about
who r u that you have stolen my name???
What is going on?????
ooooo,how many Jiri pincas u r???????? :)))
The most successful meme („Ideology“) of all times was perhaps „Jewish culture“, because all other cultures directly or indirectly stem from it: christians, muslims, protestants, capitalists, communists, Marxists, fascists, Nazis, Hollywood cinema, etc. etc. - and no body has understood so far that he is just a slave of this silly 2000year old Jewish tradition, because all “humans” are under the unconscious influence of these “jewish memes” (i.e., political correctness)!
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