Shawnee State prof does his part to help rebels in his native Syria

Kight, Fred
May 2013
Athens News;5/13/2013, p9
The article focuses on Athens, Ohio resident Amr Al-Azm who is working as an activist to support Syrian civil war against the dictatorship of Syria President Bashar Al-Assad. It mentions that Azm is involved with the Day After Project, a coalition of the Syrian opposition group. According to Azm, the U.S. government should support Syria and should provide it with resources and air support.


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