Johnny Achi

Arab Americans for Syria

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Syrian-American and founder of the Los Angeles-based Arab Americans for Syria

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President Obama is making the rounds of news anchors on broadcast and cable TV, including  tonight's conversation with Wolf Blitzer  of CNN.

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