January 3, 2012

The Arab League's Phony Syria Mission

Globe and Mail, Globe and Mail

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The past week's events in Syria have claimed the Arab League as another casualty of Syria's bloody crackdown. Continuing violence by security forces is showcasing the League's impotence and irrelevance and dashed any hope that League observers might help stem the bloodshed. According to Syrian activists, the reverse is true - protesters have faced a growing assault since the observers arrived.

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