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What Happens in Syria Stays in Syria

Mosaic Intelligence Report, Video, Jamal Dajani Posted: Nov 02, 2008

Editor's Note:With John McCain trailing in the polls and with a few days left to the U.S. presidential elections, many analysts in the Middle East believe that this recent American incursion on Syrian territories was intended to boost John McCain's standing as the man best fit to lead the U.S. troops in a time of crisis.Could this be a parting gift from George Bush to a desperate John McCain? Is this the "October Surprise" that has gone awry? Jamal Dajani has the Mosaic Intelligence Report



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