Friday, 22 August 2014

In Aleppo, Bread Lines and Disenchantment with the FSASteven Sotloff: "The FSA first marched into Aleppo promising to end the arbitrary arrests carried out by the regime of President Bashar al-Assad and to restore public order after months of fighting. But residents say it has proved ill-equipped to solving such seemingly simple problems as distributing bread and fuel."
This is what happens when a revolution is stalled. Sotloff wrote on Twitter a couple of months later:
"If #70000 dead isn't ‪#‎redline‬ enough, whats a few dozen by‪#‎chemicalweapons‬? Not advocating anything in ‪#‎Syria‬ but after 2yrs stop tiptoeing".

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