David Cameron accused of betraying Syrian rebels
"The West promises and promises. This is a joke now," General Salim Idris, the head of the Free Syrian Army, said Monday. "I have not had the opportunity to ask David Cameron personally if he will leave us alone to be killed. On behalf of all the Syrians, thank you very much." Gen. Idris said.
He responded in an interview with The Daily Telegraph to confirmation from Downing Street that Cameron had ruled out arming the opposition on advice from the British military.