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_creationDateMay 17, 2013 2:24:19 AM
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AuthorThe Plain Dealer editorial board
SourceThe Plain Dealer
DateApril 30, 2013
URLhttp://www.cleveland.com/opinion/index.ssf/2013/04/facts_not_merely_suspicions_mu.html
QuoteThe Free Syrian Army, which is fighting to overthrow Assad, says it has what it believes to be an unexploded chemical weapon deployed by government forces. Indeed it may. But neither the existence of such a weapon nor the reports of isolated instances of what appears to be human exposure to Sarin gas constitutes reliable evidence that the Assad regime is employing chemical weapons. Suspicion -- even strong suspicion -- is not enough to justify more active U.S. involvement in Syria's civil war.
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Facts, not merely suspicions, must guide U.S. policy regarding Syria by The Plain Dealer editorial board (The Plain Dealer, April 30, 2013) (view)

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TopicSyrian civil war
Position_fragmentUnited States should intervene
PositionSyrian civil war / United States should intervene
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United States should intervene

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