Foreign Policy quotes Rafik Hariri Center Resident Fellow Faysal Itani on the repercussions of the United States becoming involved militarily in Syria:

The Atlantic Council’s Faysal Itani told FP that the Islamic State has “some highly visible assets,” including military headquarters, energy assets, and lines of communications through open areas.

“They are not some murky, underground insurgent group. In many ways, their ambition has made them more visible.”

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