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December 9 2015

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The goal of the expatriate Syrians, who oppose the legal government of Bashar Assad, is to be able to install a "secular regime".

Without consideration of all the factions on the ground that are fighting against the real terrorists of the world, the Syrian diaspora who claim access to the Syrian chairs of power simply see their own thrones, and accept to go under the patronage of the actual sponsors of the takfiri terrorists who are murdering Syrians and destroying Syrian culture.

Will they be able to unite under the same flag, is a question that is asked by the ex-colonialists and the real enemies of Syria. 

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