Cut Ties with Syria, Urges Tunisia PM
http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/2...ges-tunisia-pmTunisian Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali called Sunday on all countries to cut off diplomatic relations with Syria over the violence there.
"We have to expel Syrian ambassadors from Arab and other countries," Jebali said during a panel discussion on the Middle East at a security conference in the southern German city of Munich.
http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/2...ods-over-syriaJordanian Islamists on Sunday called on Muslims and Arabs to boycott Russian and Chinese products after the two countries vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution condemning Syria's regime over bloodshed.
"By vetoing the resolution, Russia and China have shown that they are taking part in the killing of Syrian people," Hammam Saeed, the leader of the powerful Muslim Brotherhood, said on the group's website.
"All Muslims and Arabs should boycott Russian and Chinese products in order to support the Syrian people, who demand freedom and dignity. The vetoes were against all Arabs and Muslims."
Several Syrian embassies around the world, in United Kingdom (the irony alone is enough to kill), Canada, Kuwait, Australia, Greece and Egypt, have been attacked. Protection, not provided, failed, etc..
Pretty co-ordinated little criminals
I hope they find the punks responsible for these pathetic crimes.
and Russian embassy in Libya was also attacked...
Protesters climbed onto the roof of the Embassy, broke surveillance cameras and took off the Russian flag
http://www.mid.ru/brp_4.nsf/newsline...25799B0053921F (in russian)
French embassy, US embassy, KSA embassy, in Damascus were also attacked by Assad's supporters few months ago.
Syria’s Assad releases alleged al-Qaida mastermind of 2005 London bombings
http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-e...bings-1.411186Report claims Syrian President released Mustafa Sit-Mariam, also known as Abu Musab al-Suri, as a way to warn West against foreign intervention in ongoing political crisis.
The regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad released the alleged mastermind of a July 2005 series of London bombings, a Syrian opposition site said on Sunday, adding that the move was meant as a warning to Western powers to stay out of the political crisis in country.
According to the report, Syrian authorities released top al-Qaida operative and Aleppo native Abu Musab al-Suri, whose real name is Mustafa Sit-Mariam, who has been held in Syria since being allegedly transported there by the CIA six years ago, over his suspected involvement in a series of terrorist attacks in London.
I do however have faith in police forces of at least Canada the UK and with modern security measures it's certain the perps will be found and brought to justice.
We put down the Occupiers quick, and caught up with the Vancouver 2011 rioters, and as such we should put down these more extreme and violent guys, the same. It should not be shrugged off because of what is happening in Syria
Especially funny are calls to boycott Russian and Chinese products.
Final member of Damascus-based Hamas politburo leaves Syria
http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-e...syria-1.411226Senior Hamas leader Imad el-Alami arrives in Gaza to chants and cheers; Hamas has decided to leave Syria so as not to be seen as endorsing Assad's crackdown.
A senior member of the Hamas movement politburo, Imad el-Alami, previously based in Syria, returned to the Gaza Strip on Sunday.
Hamas sources said he was the last remaining member of the movement's Damascus-based politburo to leave Syria.
Hamas decided to leave Syria in order not to be seen as endorsing the regime of President Bashar Assad in his bloody crackdown against his own people.
El-Alami crossed into Gaza on Sunday night through the Rafah crossing, between the Hamas-ruled coastal enclave and Egypt. Leaders and supporters of Hamas gathered at the border crossing and received him with chants and cheers.
In 1991, Israel deported el-Alami, originally from the Gaza Strip, to south Lebanon.
Three years ago, el-Alami settled in Syria, together with Khaled Meshal, the chief of the movement's politburo. Before moving to Syria, he had been Hamas's ambassador in Tehran.
Hamas has never officially announced its intention to move its headquarters from Damascus. Sami Abu Zuhri, Hamas' spokesman in Gaza, told reporters that Al-Alami came to Gaza for a visit, but he refused to say how long he intended to stay.
Earlier on Sunday, Israeli Radio reported that el-Alami had been the contact person between Hamas militants in the West Bank and those in the Gaza Strip.
Abu Zuhri denied that there were regional guarantees for the return of el-Alami to the Gaza Strip, adding that "a Palestinian who is coming home doesn't need guarantees."
It seems to be safer under Israeli no fly zone than the unpredictability of Damscus streets.