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Mouaz Moustafa has spent years advocating on Capitol Hill for the United States to get more involved in Syria. Polly Irungu/NPR hide caption

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Syrian Activist Looks Up: 'For the First Time Ever, There's a Glimmer of Hope'

Mouaz Moustafa has spent years advocating in Washington for the United States to get more involved in Syria. He sees President Trump's strike as long overdue.

Slims Neil Cowly Trio
Split Stones Lymbyc Systym
Blue Marble Yunton Beach
Axons and Dendrites Shipping News
Love Moves the Sun Temple of Sound & Rizwan-Muazzam Qawwali

Mouaz Moustafa has spent years advocating on Capitol Hill for the United States to get more involved in Syria. Polly Irungu/NPR hide caption

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Syrian Activist Looks Up: 'For the First Time Ever, There's a Glimmer of Hope'

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Co-creators of the Fox series Shots Fired, Gina Prince-Bythewood and Reggie Rock Bythewood, speak at a press tour in January. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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'Shots Fired' Creators Want To 'Challenge Your Perspective' On Police Shootings

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