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It for the city of new images -- -- from inside Syria where Fox News war correspondent Steve Harrigan.
Witness the aftermath.
Of the attacks that we've been telling you about for months.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- If you can -- and that's real quick plug -- but I don't oppose President Obama does did.
-- -- up you can tell by the -- triple -- yeah just minutes ago -- in the fighter yeah this is right yeah.
I -- -- -- I -- yeah.
Was -- you kind of can make it out from what Steve was saying there just moments before they shot the video plane dropped a bomb right on top of those apartments.
I guess and dozens were reported to have been killed including.
Women and children obviously horrific scene every day it seems like we get something like that maybe not as dramatic video but certainly in the -- -- KT McFarland is here former deputy assistant secretary.
A defense Fox News Fox News contributor.
And give us the analysis and could see Kate Snow on.
Where Syria is going people seem to assume -- the -- -- at some point we'll leave power buyouts.
Between now and then what are we gonna see well.
India I mean he's got he's gone where -- in weeks or days -- months you know but he's gone now before it gets windy for any -- only about a -- this guidance not -- leads have been art you know to the Black Sea and live his life out of retirement.
He'll fight to the -- and you'll be killed.
Now what happens after that is it gets worse.
And that's the great tragedy to -- you've just -- you're gonna see more and more of them.
Because when we think at the you know rebel armies we think of George Washington valley forge that's -- the Syrian rebel army the Syrian rebel armies everything from al-Qaeda.
To the Muslim Brotherhood.
To pro democracy.
Fighters so they've got the whole range they've all got guns -- -- dollars they're all gonna turn the guns on each other.
Every one of the regional countries has their own favorite guy they're gonna promote to secede.
To succeed -- side and the ML all start fighting after the point where even a month.
Which is helping a side with the Syrian army they've also got the guys helping them militia they're all preparing for the -- -- -- Now why is this important I -- you know -- -- -- -- India Middle -- for 3000 years.
Because the fighting what you're seeing now -- could you could see that in other countries around the region.
He has -- fighting spreads we saw about Saudi Arabia following its people out of eleven not an -- fear of this has -- yes we've seen a -- in funding group but again -- to how much does this -- destabilize the region.
-- it completely because what will happen is a Syrian.
The mail and they don't have a couple of things so BMW hundreds of thousands of refugees sorority aren't going to be more they're all gonna go under these countries -- -- -- want the refugees.
When you have refugees who often -- had problems down the road.
Secondly the violence will spill out because these ethnic groups don't necessarily stop at the -- -- third chemical weapons.
We know he's got chemical weapons where are they do they go in the hands of bad guys.
And so I think it's sad tragic incident as it gets worse and it gets very destabilizing.
For the markets and every tank.
Oh that's why I'm one of -- reasons would we talk about a lot that was some.
Pop video that Steve -- -- to we haven't seen -- -- -- video coming out of no reporters -- in Syria that's -- you haven't seen the writing and bloodshed and he's in great danger variance I announced.
Kitty thanks thank you so much contain our quarterly our.
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