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11:11 AM on 12/28/2011
That’s interesting, I had been wondering where this Arab league had been during the last year and now I realise they’ve probably been there all along, socially, intellectually and morally.
Silly me.
General Mustafa Dabi will hardly incriminate Syria for similar things that his own army is accused of in Sudan by those interfering international lawyers.
Ignorance is strength, war is peace, freedom is slavery and so on.
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Atif Ahmed Choudhury
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10:59 AM on 12/28/2011
So they saw nothing then...they're being chauffeured by the regime's cars and accompanied by the regime's minders so why am I not surprised
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01:49 PM on 12/28/2011
Well said indeed
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jimmythegreek
Still Holding Drachmas
02:10 PM on 12/28/2011
Or it's just that. Nothing to see. The stuff in the media is just disinformation to discredit a government, then swing public's opinion to believe that foreign intervention is the answer to the problem.
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10:45 AM on 12/28/2011
I wouldn't trust anything the Arab League monitors say.  After all, the Arab League is a club of dictators.  Almost all of the members are threatened by revolution.  They are unlikely to encourage more revolution by revealing the truth of what is happening in Syria.
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tallen
panem et circenses
10:16 AM on 12/28/2011
Of course.
Nothing to see here...move along.

Just to put the findings in context.
The head of this Arab League "observer" contingent is a Sudanese General.

Yes---the same Sudanese that killed nearly a half million people in Sudan.
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10:55 AM on 12/28/2011
And he PERSONALLY was involved in Darfur.
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Trustfunded1
10:10 AM on 12/28/2011
Good thing they're not in Jordan.

They might find a CIA Rendition torture prison.
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Nico Jordaan
Double Standards dont apply to me!
09:46 AM on 12/28/2011
Ok so is 70000 people the majority of 20.5 Million? No country in the world should sign of interface based on a minority. Should the US government be overthrown because OWS does not like it? The other 19.7 Million seem happy with Assad's rule and furthermore the burial of the 44 victims killed by the CIA founded terrorists got thousands of pro Assad Syrian protestors chanting death to America....so 97% of the country seems to think this is CIA/American founded terrorism but I guess they are wrong...How many Americans died for American war profiteering?
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Nico Jordaan
Double Standards dont apply to me!
09:56 AM on 12/28/2011
Sorry about the typo's Autocorrect....Was meant to say no country in the world should sign off interference based on a minority. Every country gets ruled by the MAJORITY NOT MINORITY so PLEASE stop being STUPID...If I try to shoot at my Army I'm sure they will shoot back. This is a a typical coup, CIA jackals spotted on building with American sniper rifles shooting kids. Americans are the killers in Syria, it is their funding causing woman and kids to be shot at so the media postays it like Assad and American will back UN/US to interfere and overthrow the government.
10:47 AM on 12/28/2011
The Syrian government is killing it's own Syrian people for protesting the way the government treats them. KILLING THEM for protesting. Majority or not, this is WRONG for the government to do. The "armed "protestors only came to be after months of killing the peaceful protestors. There is only so much killing that they will take before they start fighting back.....Keep believing that Assad is a good guy and that everything he says is the truth. In the end, he will fall from power.
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10:57 AM on 12/28/2011
A majority is really not that special. The Nazis (sorry for the Godwin) were the majority and the Jews minority, killing Jews was still wrong.
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09:29 AM on 12/28/2011
They sound like the Red Cross during the Holocaust.
09:29 AM on 12/28/2011
Of course the Sudanese general wouldn't see anything too frightening, he's used to committing genocide.
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Nico Jordaan
Double Standards dont apply to me!
10:01 AM on 12/28/2011
Ya how many death's has America caused since WWII? 10 Million, so dont talk about genocide please..Your country is falling down a dark pit and its trying to claw onto oil rich countries to save it and that is THE BOTTOM LINE~! This is a American founded operation, why do you think you have better military then medical care?
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10:58 AM on 12/28/2011
So what?
You still haven't defended Sudan and its actions in Darfur.
As a non-American, I can blame both for atrocities and feel justified.
11:06 AM on 12/28/2011
LOL. At least your country will be there to cushion the fall. What's it like at the bottom of the pit?
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09:19 AM on 12/28/2011
People are missing it!

It is not about who killed who rather the fact that people are bieng killed and it must be stopped. Wheter the victims are terrorists or not or whatever. People do not deserve to die.

We have to assert who is truly faulty for whatever is happening in Syria and that will go beyond 'tours'.
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10:47 AM on 12/28/2011
Yes, it most definitely IS about who killed who.  Assad is a monster who has killed over 5000 civilians.
07:18 AM on 12/28/2011
Let me see... One third of 5000 people is 1700 people. How did they did they die?

The world is slowly ridding themselves of these self appointed despots. You live by the sword, you will die by the sword. Simple.

What these dictators have done to innocent people whose only crime against the state is wanting to live in a free society, will be rec conned with.

I am also not that naive to think that it will all be resolved once current leaders are removed.
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06:59 AM on 12/28/2011
Business as usual for other Arab despots to prop up other Arab murderous dictators.
06:34 AM on 12/28/2011
How many pairs of "Rose Colored Glasses" are the League Observers viewing the Situation in Syria ?