Syria's Only Hope?

Thursday, May 31, 2012

Author: Tonemgub2010/Wikimedia Commons

The massacre at Houla forced the world to remember the ongoing violence in Syria. President Bashar al-Assad has reportedly killed 12,000 civilians and doesn't appear willing to stop. A coalition of opposition groups called the Syrian National Council has emerged as the best political force to fight the regime. But how effective has the Council really been?

George Jabboure Netto is a member of the Syrian National Council and associate professor of pathology and oncology at Johns Hopkins University. Amr Al Azm is a former member of the Syrian National Council and professor of history at Shawnee State University.

Guests:

Amr Al-Azm and George Jabboure Netto

Produced by:

Joe Hernandez

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