While Obama aids rebel groups, no group opposing Assad is cohesive enough to attract considerable support from Washington
by John Glaser
The Obama administration continues to insist the Syrian rebel fighters are too fractured and disorganized to warrant intervention to overthrow the regime of Bashar al-Assad, although advocates of the opposition still argue otherwise.
“Of course you will not get 23 million Syrians in one organization — this is impossible,” said Radwan Ziadeh, a spokesman for the Syrian National Council (SNC), a committee of Syrian exiles trying to present themselves as spokesmen for the opposition. “This hasn’t been possible in other cases or countries (either).”
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