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in response to reader comment: The word is out: Egyptians are against any attack on the Syrian regime because they believe that the rebels are terrorists

Submitted by myth (Germany), Aug 30, 2013 at 04:55

dhimmi no more, a middle-eastern friend of mine who is in the region regularly confirms your impression. He explained he sees "evil fighting evil" in Syria. He identifies the rebels as al-qaeda-type terrorists and characterizes the conflict as purely islamic going back over a thousand years. He did not even mention the West, let alone call for intervention.

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