Syrian National Council's President: U.S. coordinating with Free Syrian Army

US Secretary of State John Kerry has laid out what he says is America's evidence that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad launched a chemical weapons attack on his own citizens. On Friday Kerry made his case to the American public and the international community. But what will be done remains unclear.  The Syrian opposition has long called for America and others to intervene in the civil war. So...
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US Secretary of State John Kerry has  laid out what he says is America's evidence that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad launched a chemical weapons attack on his own citizens. On Friday Kerry made his case to the American public and the international community. But what will be done remains unclear.  The Syrian opposition has  long called for America and others to intervene in the civil war. So now that it appears that some form of intervention is imminent we thought we would speak with  George Sabra, the President of the  Syrian National Council, one of the largest coalitions of opposition groups in Syria. He says the U.S. is coordinating with the Free Syrian Army around a potential strike. 

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