When Qusayr was under “complete siege” for 45 days, the Arab League's Secretary General and his organization kept quiet, and then remained inactive throughout the 20 days of bombardment, destruction and slaughter in a town inhabited by 40,000 people.
What is going wrong in Syria?
Bashar al-Assad’s regime believes that it is capable - in a year or two - of exporting the Syrian crisis across the border through refugees, arms and militias.Abdulrahman al-Rashed
First, there are no standards, upon which regional systems can be held accountable when they fail, for instance, killing five thousand people requires condemnation or intervention? Wouldn’t displacing a million people give the right to the countries of the region to intervene to prevent the disaster? When the regime uses foreign troops and militias against his people, doesn’t it require granting the oppressed people the right to defend themselves and be backed by regional forces?SHOW MORE