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The United States is calling on the United Nations to conduct a comprehensive investigation, and is working with our allies in the region, as well as the Syrian opposition, in an effort to gain additional intelligence regarding the origins of the weapons and the effect of their use on the nationâ€™s civil war.
Miguel Rodriguez, Director of the Office of Legislative Affairs, made it clear in the letter that the use of chemical weapons or transfer of such weapons to a terrorist group â€śis a red line for the United States of America.â€ť
Question of the week:
( ) Intervene now to help end the violence and demonstrate a strong stance against the use of these weapons by Syria and Iran.
( ) Intervene, if necessary, to defend Israel.
( ) Continue to monitor the situation in Syria, including supporting humanitarian aid.
( ) None. The United States does not have a national interest in the Syrian conflict.
( ) Other.
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