Activists alarmed over Syria mission's Sudanese head
The choice of a Sudanese general to head an Arab League mission in Syria has alarmed activists, who say Sudan's own defiance of a war crimes tribunal means the monitors are unlikely to recommend strong action against Syria's Bashar al-Assad. The Arab League says Lieutenant-General Mustafa al-Dabi brings vital military and diplomatic expertise to ... (more)
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#1 Dec 28, 2011
I agree. This whole "Arab league Mission" is just a maneuver! Guaranteed that in the end they will find that many of the protestors are extremists, terrorists, or even AlQaeda members, trying to overthrow the legitimate Syrian government!!
Red Deer, Canada
#2 Dec 28, 2011
I agree as well, Assad is using this monitor scheme as a means of learning more about the opposition and where they are located. Letting 750 prisoners of 30,000 is a mear token, just a ploy. surely the opposition cannot be that naive and will use this to plant some seeds of their own to trap Assad
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