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Topic - Samir Nashar
A Syrian opposition leader says most of his colleagues now support international military action to oust President Bashar Assad "but they might not be brave enough to express it openly."
"The (Arab League) decision did not meet the aspirations of the Syrian people," he said.
"We informed the (Arab League's) secretary-general of our concerns about the regime's lack of credibility to carry out the proposal; notably, the city of Homs was attacked yesterday and today," said Samir Nashar, who headed the opposition's talks with the Arab League.