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Commentary: US military should not intervene in Syrian civil war

3:30 PM, Sep. 3, 2013
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As horrific as the death count is from the sarin-filled bombs that the forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad allegedly hurled into a rebel stronghold on the edge of Damascus, it should not trigger a U.S. military intervention into Syria's two-and-a-half-year-old civil war.

Yes, the 426 children killed by the use of a weapon of mass destruction - which most of the world agrees is an unacceptable means of meting out death - is a chilling reminder of the indiscriminate brutality of war. But in a conflict in which both sides are accused of committing gruesome war crimes, President Obama should ...

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