Update: Anger in Syria


Al Jazeera manages to get news from inside of Da’raa Syria despite government crackdown on journalists. Well over 100 protesters have been killed and not the 37 that has been reported on state television. Unlike in Tunisia, Egypt and Yemen, according to Al Jazeera interviews, the people are not trying to topple the government but that they want an end to corruption. They support their leader but not necessarily the people around him.

 

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