Posts Tagged Arab League

Oh my, what will 44 do? Hey, I know, blame Bush..

NATO Agrees to Restrict Airstrikes on Afghan Homes
NATO says it has agreed to restrict the use of airstrikes in Afghan residential areas following last week’s deadly strike in the east that Afghan officials say killed 18 civilians.

UN-Arab League envoy ‘gravely concerned’ over latest reports of violence in Syria
The Joint Special Envoy of the United Nations and the Arab League for the Syrian Crisis, Kofi Annan, is gravely concerned by the latest reports of violence.

Syria’s Chemical Weapons May End Up in Terrorist Hands
The Syrian stockpiles of chemical weapons may end up in the hands of terrorists as the ruling regime and anti-government forces continue fierce fighting.

Analysts Warn Northern Mali Could Become Jihad Base
Islamist militants appear to be in control of the vast lawless expanse of desert in northern Mali that they captured with other rebel groups in early April.

via  http://www.globalsecurity.org/

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No, ‘Hey, I got bin Laden’ rhetoric for Assad, Obama?. You pulled the rug out from under Mubarak, Gaddafi, even assisted in getting rid of two fairly benign dictator’s, but Assad gets a pass? Ahmadinejad and the Mullahs frighten you little boy..OR, do you agree with Persian Shia’s?

Defiant Assad Vows To ‘Restore Order’ In Syria

via GlobalSecurity

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Right On Cue..Any news on a C.A.I.R. response? Farrakhan shot his mouth off. Unfortunately that was just a figure of speech..

Arab League condemns broad bombing campaign in Libya

CAIRO—The Arab League secretary general, Amr Moussa, deplored the broad scope of theU.S.-European bombing campaign in Libya on Sunday and said he would call a new league meeting to reconsider Arab approval of the Western military intervention.

Moussa’s declaration suggested some of the 22 Arab League members were taken aback by what they have seen and wanted to modify their approval lest they be perceived as accepting outright Western military intervention in Libya. Although the eccentric Gaddafi is widely looked down on in the Arab world, Middle Eastern leaders and their peoples traditionally have risen up in emotional protest at the first sign of Western intervention.

Islam Lutfy, a lawyer and Muslim Brotherhood leader in Egypt, said he opposed the military intervention because the real intention of the United States and its European allies was to get into position to benefit from Libya’s oil supplies. “The countries aligned against Libya are there not for humanitarian reasons but to further their own interests,” he added.

There is nothing you can do FOR these peoples! Let Them Kill Each Other, Before WE MUST!

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