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Syrian radio host who satirized Assad and ISIS shot dead

 

A Syrian radio host who satirized both President Bashar al-Assad and opposition insurgents including ISIS has been shot dead in Syria's rebel-held Idlib province, the Syrian Journalists Association said Saturday.

 

Raed Al Fares and another activist and journalist, Hamoud Junaid, were killed Friday in the town of Kafr Nabl after being hunted by extremist groups, the journalist group said.

 

"Both of the men who were killed were pioneers of civil society and brought the free voice to the world through the famous banners of Kafr Nabl," a statement from the group said.

 

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U.S. troops to leave Syria as President Trump declares victory over ISIS

 

The U.S. is preparing to withdraw a significant number of troops from Syria, according to two senior defense officials and one person familiar with the plan.

 

The two senior defense officials said the White House would announce the move as early as Wednesday.

 

President Donald Trump didn't immediately declare a withdrawal on Wednesday but he tweeted: “We have defeated ISIS in Syria, my only reason for being there during the Trump Presidency.”

 

 

 

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SYRIA SAYS U.S. SHOULD GIVE ISRAEL 'SOUTH CAROLINA' INSTEAD OF GOLAN HEIGHTS, 'IT'S THE LAND OF SENATOR LINDSEY GRAHAM'

 

Syria's envoy to the United Nations suggested that the United States offer Israel land that Washington actually had jurisdiction over rather than the occupied Golan Heights.

 

Bashar al-Jaafari, Syria's permanent representative to the United Nations, made the remarks at a Security Council session organized Thursday at his country's request in the wake of President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. He called the decision "null and void" and warned of "a serious and unprecedented delinquency in the current U.S. administration toward undermining international law and insulting the United Nations."

 

"The Syrian Arab Golan is ours and will return to us," Jaafari asserted, arguing the disputed land would not "be part of some damned and wicked deal, or a pawn to be exchanged for support in your electoral games," which should instead concern "the territory of the American administration."

 

"America is a wide and vast country, so why doesn't it give up a state or two of the United States to the Israelis, for example, North Carolina or South Carolina?" Jaafari asked, as his Israeli counterpart, Danny Danon, laughed and shook his head. "South Carolina is nice, because it's the land of Senator Lindsey Graham, who supported President Trump in his actions."

 

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