Sunday, November 20, 2011

Sectarian Strife in City Bodes Ill for All of Syria

Bill Keller is no longer editor of The New York Times. The articles are improving there now.

From The New York Times.

BEIRUT, Lebanon — A harrowing sectarian war has spread across the Syrian city of Homs this month, with supporters and opponents of the government blamed for beheadings, rival gangs carrying out tit-for-tat kidnappings, minorities fleeing for their native villages, and taxi drivers too fearful of drive-by shootings to ply the streets.

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