Thursday, June 7, 2012

New Arab League conspiracy drops Bashar Assad



Member foreign ministers Arab League back together to launch anti-Syrian conspiracy. Doha, the capital of Qatar, hosted a meeting of the Arab League ministerial committee on Saturday (2/6). At the hearing, the Arab League foreign ministers demanded that Kofi Annan's six-point initiative regarding Syria be carried out under the seventh item of the United Nations charter. In this session also emphasized the urgency of the time limit for the implementation of Annan's initiative.


In addition, this session also discussed the termination of the Syrian channel on the Nilesat and Arabsat satellites. Meanwhile, Nabil el-Arabi, secretary general of the Arab League, demanded an increase in repression against Damascus. This meeting could also be observed as a continuation of efforts by Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United States to thwart Annan's initiative regarding Syria.

In the view of the majority of the political elite, the issue of the implementation of the Kofi Annan initiative under the seventh item of the UN charter by the Arab state was preparation for military intervention into Syria. This is an opportunity that the West has long been waiting for. The Prime Minister of Qatar recently mentioned the responsibility of the international community for Kofi Annan's mission and its six-point initiative regarding Syria.


The Prime Minister of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Jasim al-Thani, with his attitude intended to show that the crisis in Syria was very severe from what actually happened. Not only this, he also tried to make the crisis in Syria an international issue. In fact, he did not hesitate to state that the Arab League was ready to accept responsibility for the Syrian problem.


It seems that the massacre in al-Houla, Homs has been used as a new pretext to carry out anti-Syrian measures by the West and the Arabs. The West and Arab countries accuse the Syrian government of being the perpetrator of the crime and in this way they try to spread propaganda that Damascus is not willing to cooperate with the UN monitoring team and Kofi Annan's initiative.


Meanwhile, various evidence shows that armed terrorist groups and elements of the US and Arab countries are the perpetrators of the al-Houla tragedy. Even Russia stated that al-Houla's crimes were carried out by terrorist groups supported by a number of countries. But it seems that this crime is a guideline for the West and Arab countries to spread new anti-Syrian agitation and fronts and try to undermine the UN's peaceful efforts to resolve the Damascus crisis.


Efforts to prepare for the opportunity to impose tougher sanctions against Syria were of concern with the West and the anti-Damascus Arab state. The important point here is the French President, Francois Hollande, who stated that Syria was facing a civil war still talking about the urgency of sanctions against Damascus.


This French attitude was released when Russia, one of the members of the UN Security Council who has veto rights, still questioned the imposition of sanctions against Bashar Assad and his government. Moscow, aside from assuming ineffective sanctions also emphasized that dialogue was the most appropriate solution to resolve the crisis in Syria.


IRIB / The Truth Seeker Media

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