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Topic - Syrian Support Group
Syrian Support Group is a non-governmental organization that was founded by Syrian Ontario resident Louay Sakka, in response to the actions of the Assad regime in the Syrian Civil War. In March of 2012, the group hired former NATO employee Brian Sayers to act as a full-time Washington DC lobbyist, on behalf of intervening in Syria and arming the rebels. Media attention was given to the group starting in June of 2012, and in the following July, the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Asset Control gave the organization a license to fund the Free Syrian Army- a fact which became public knowledge on July 27th, when it was reported by Al-Monitor. The story was in turn reported by many other news organizations. - Source: Wikipedia
Foreigners fueled by Islamic fury are rushing to Syria to fight President Bashar Assad at a faster rate than the flow of rebels into Afghanistan in the war against a Soviet-backed regime in the 1980s, analysts say.
The Syrian opposition isn't fighting just a brutal Iranian-backed regime accused of killing civilians with chemical weapons; it's also battling within itself.
Reuters reported Wednesday that President Obama "signed a secret order authorizing U.S. support for rebels seeking to depose Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his government." This latest leak of classified information was attributed to "U.S. sources familiar with the matter."