Syria News – Dec 13

 By bartolo – Posted on 12 December 2012

 ‘Friends of Syria’ Recognize Syrian Opposition, Assad Fires Scud Missiles at Rebels – VOA
Russia Criticizes U.S. Recognition of Syrian Opposition –
France says not ready to arm Syrian opposition – Yahoo! News
Canada tells Syrian opposition it won’t be recognized until it rejects extremism despite U.S. acceptance – National Post
US Stops Short of Legal Recognition of Syrian Rebels – RIA Novosti
$ 100 m new Saudi aid to bolster Syrian revolution – ArabNews
Sources: Syrian Rebels Training On Anti-Aircraft Weapons In Jordan – NPR
Kurdish Council Agrees to Join Syrian Opposition Coalition –
Syrian opposition chief urges review of al-Nusra blacklisting, U.S. urges him to “take a firm stand against extremists” – Reuters
West Seeks to Isolate Jihadists In Supporting Syrian Opposition – As-Safir Newspaper
Three blasts strike Syrian Interior Ministry in Damascus — RT
Journalist held in Syria faces execution by her FSA kidnappers –
Syrian rebels in Aleppo ‘exclusively’ America-hating jihadists – WND
Syrian jihadists, including al Qaeda’s Al Nusrah Front, form Mujahideen Shura Council – The Long War Journal
Highlights from the interview with Syrian rebel leader Moaz al-Khatib – CBS News
VIDEO: Bloody aftermath of Damascus bomb aired on Syrian TV – Telegraph
VIDEO: Moaz AL Khatib speech in Friends of Syria – YALLA SOURIYA
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