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Syrian anti-regime activists have responded to a viral YouTube video, ostensibly an anti-war statement, after the two women featured in it turned out to be supporters of the regime of President Bashar Assad.An eight-plus-minute video posted this month by Faia and Rihan Younan, who reside in Sweden, has racked up around 1.3 million views. When pro-regime television promoted the sisters' effort, supporters of the opposition noticed and began to denounce the video on social media.A Turkey-based media activist collective, called Khutwa (Step), then produced a response in the form of a short video mimicking the two sisters.
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