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Nine of the rebel Free Syrian Army command in Turkey have resigned, citing shortages and mismanagement of foreign military aid.Lt. Col. Mohammad Abboud told AFP he and eight other officers quit because there was "too little" military aid from donor countries, including Western supporters.Weapons shipped to Syria from the West, but more significantly from Gulf nations, are usually sent to specific groups rather than to the SMC, which was meant to centralize and coordinate the rebel military effort.
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