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There was widespread violence raged against Syria were getting reports that government forces bulldozing homes and this.
And other cities meanwhile air strikes killing at least eighteen people.
In the northern part of Syria Lehman -- -- -- Middle East bureau.
-- There is a change in tactics being reported what is that.
It seems like right now bill they are trying to deny the rebels any type.
A civilian support the rebels call this collective punishment by destroying the neighborhoods which he does support the rebels of the rebels used to be -- -- very clear message.
-- the rebels into the entire Syrian population that if you help this insurgency civil war.
We will destroy everything you own the Syrian government is able to get a force from above they're able to bomb with impunity also on the ground they're able to come in with these bulldozers into these.
Damascus suburbs in the real point here bill.
Is just that the rebels are too weak to be able to stop -- -- it makes it every -- paid very high -- and support the -- Which is the support the rebels need in order to watch insurgency civil war the Syrian government's gonna come bulldoze your house you have to believe though in order to do that.
That the rebels are gonna protect your house in so far the rebels have been unable to do that the president -- -- -- -- something in terms of trying to crush the rebels not only.
On the battlefield but also in terms of denied him a place to regroup to -- and to treat their wounded.
Don't but will this mean anything for international involvement -- Unlikely right now we've already watched the Syrian government shall entire towns they destroyed homes.
Literally block by block -- artillery so you have to think that right now simply bulldozing a few houses is again make the United States and its allies.
Change its tune on the other hand.
President this I have to think at some point the world is going to get tired of -- brutality and actually come in and decide whether there's a UN mandate or not.
They are going to indeed stepping in against president -- on the other hand the latest UN envoy who just came out of Syria trying to negotiate.
A -- said he has quote a nearly impossible job to try to do that.
-- serious for their part say they are more than happy.
To talk about a peace deal but are blaming the United States its allies in some of the gulf countries saying.
It can tell there -- support withdrawn from the rebels no more money those kinds of things this hearing government says no peace.
Can be -- back do you go with that war room or rages on -- and thank you Leland bidder does live in a Middle East bureau there in Jerusalem today Leland thank you.
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