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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Omar Shakir
"The humanitarian situation is at its worst, as there is no food whatsoever, no medicines, no water and no electricity," he said. "There is no communication in the area, thus making matters much worse. We are also lacking in enough arms to defend the civilians."
The rebels decided "to strategically withdraw for the sake of the civilians remaining inside the neighborhood," said Omar Shakir, a spokesman for the rebels' Baba Amr Brigade.