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Syrian troops bombarded a rebellious suburb of the nation's capital with tank and artillery shells Friday, killing dozens of people during a particularly bloody few days across the country, activists said.
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1/07/2012 9:34:02 a.m.
Jim Seaview wrote:
In this news article I note there is no mention of the Arab league comprising of 23 oil rich Arab States. They have been very quiet lately as they are the only organisation in the world that cannot see that Syria is an Arab problem right in the middle of Arabia and shoud be fixed by the Arab League, instead of continually hide behind the petticoats of the UN.An Arab League Peace Keeping force would have the advantages of Arab culture and customs, language and the area. Money, people and arms would not be a problem - only a committment to stopping the murderous Assad killing machine slaughtering Arab brothers and sisters.Where is the Arab League and their committment???
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