Middle-East, News, Violence in Syria

Arab League will consider sending troops to Syria: Moussa

Amr Moussa, former secretary-general of the Arab League and candidate to Egypt's presidency.

“The Arab League council will meet very soon to study the issue of replacing the monitoring mission with an Arab military force to separate between the army and civilians,” Moussa said. “We should not rule out any proposal from the head of an Arab state. Let the Arab League study the initiative quickly because the situation in Syria cannot endure a slow pace,” he added, following Qatar’s emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani statement that Arab troops should be sent to Syria to stop the bloodshed.

The Daily Star, Lebanon

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