As a team of Arab League observers arrived in Syria to monitor the ongoing crackdown on anti-government protest, doubts were raised about mission leader Mohamed Ahmad Mustafa al-Dabi's role in human rights violation in his native Sudan.
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Your 1 sec clip of 'indian' police, opening a trap door (1:03), proves to many people who understand whats going on your ill intensions and propaganda. Lies lies lies.
second General AlDabi in NOT wanted by the ICC.
Sudan should clear herself out of problems before she conclude link to the Syria crackdown
Pot calling the kettle black.
We have WMD. We have Al Qaeda (who the hell are they, anyway?) We saw Tony Blaliar shaking hands with Gaddafi, and Margaret Thatcher befriended Pinochet.
It is just a show whoever the observers do not important. If foreign body is invited to 'observe' a country's affair the country will soon be a failed state.
Indeed what is the legitimacy of the mission? Arab League? Even saying that makes me laugh.
Assad seems a reason person but he might not be able to control the conflict in the country.
Even we have 'truth' of fabricated 'war' in Iraq the US/UK and Co had never been charged of any crime.
Judging that, nothing so strange in this case.
Let's see how the (SOHR) reacts after 48 hours.
I am so glad the France24 is pursuing this story. I could not believe my ears when I first heard that al-Dabi would be leading the advance mission.
For the first time ever the Arab League gets it's act together and pursues something worthwhile and meriting the support of the world, and they blow it with this choice! What could they have been thinking?
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