Daily Archives: January 4, 2012

Video: Handing over files of the detainees to the Arab league monitors in Homs

This video shows Syrian Revolution’s activists and protesters representatives handing over files of the detainees (lists with full name of the political detainees) to the Arab league monitors in Homs. The Assad regime has detained over 69,000 civilians since the … Continue reading

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Arab League signals mounting frustration with Syria

By: Howard LaFranchi Unabated violence in Syria could prompt the Arab League to pull its monitors from the country as early as this weekend – a move that would almost certainly ratchet up the pressure for broader international measures against … Continue reading

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Qatar Prime Minister Says Arab League Monitors Made Mistakes

By: Flavia Krause-Jackson Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad Bin Jasim Bin Jaber Al Thani said Arab League observers dispatched to Syria to monitor President Bashar al-Assad’s compliance to a peace plan lack experience and may require technical support from the … Continue reading

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Syrian activists say troop withdrawal is a sham

By Erika Solomon and Mariam Karouny Opposition activists say Syrian authorities are breaking their promises to withdraw troops from the streets of strife-torn towns, contradicting statements by Arab League peace monitors that government forces have pulled back. An Arab League … Continue reading

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Video: Syrian protesters parody Arab League observers

Protesters in Homs poke fun at Arab League monitors working in the country, as activists say their presence is failing to curb a government crackdown on protesters.

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Arab League mission founders as deaths continue in Syria

By: Olivia Ward Last week the Arab League sent observers to Syria to help end one of the world’s bloodiest stories of repression. Instead the 22-member organization became the story — and not in a good way. After continued killings … Continue reading

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Activists: Syria regime misleading Arab monitors

BEIRUT – Activists accused President Bashar Assad’s regime on Wednesday of misleading Arab League observers by taking them only to areas loyal to the government and changing street signs to confuse them. According to the activists, regime loyalists also are … Continue reading

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Video: Shabbiha opening fire in Bab Sabaa, Homs

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Syrian rebels smuggle injured out for safe treatment

Pressure is growing on the Arab League’s team of monitors in Syria. They are tasked with monitoring violence between government forces and the opposition. But activists are now suggesting the monitors are not getting a full picture of the situation. … Continue reading

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Syrian Revolution Digest: Arab League Monitors – Meaningless In Action!

As the monitors monitor and opposition groups oppose, even themselves, in Syria, the Assads and their loyalists keep killing and the protesters keep protesting, and this remains the real story. Tuesday 3, 2012 Today’s death toll: 23. The Breakdown: 11 in Hama … Continue reading

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