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Syrian MP: Israel, Jordan behind rebel attacks on Syrian army

Jerusalem Post Monday, 22 July 2019
Syrian MP: Israel, Jordan behind rebel attacks on Syrian armyThe MP specifically referenced a recent increase in attacks on the Syrian army in the Dara'a area in southwestern Syria.
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