Suhayla Sibaai

Georgetown University

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Suhayla Sibaai is completing her Master of Science in Foreign Service at Georgetown University. She previously held a government relations post at the Syrian American Council, which advocates for freedom and democracy in Syria

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Secretary of State John Kerry said last year that Syria's Assad regime helped create ISIS — to distract the US by aiding alternative enemies in the region.

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