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Where's the outrage on Syria?

Where's the outrage on Syria?

A United Nations commission concluded this week that the Syrian government has engaged in crimes against humanity, including murder, rape, torture, imprisonment and enforced disappearance, as well as what it characterized as "extermination" and other "inhuman acts." But is anyone listening?

Where's the outrage at the photos of the gaunt and shrunken Syrian civilians who are starving in the besieged town of Madaya, where a 2-pound bag of rice now costs $150? At the encirclement and bombardment of the historic city of Aleppo this week by forces loyal to the government, threatening to cut hundreds of thousands more civilians off from food supplies? At the...