"...an outrageous crime in the name of humanity." - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Albert Edelson
    • 07.12.12 | 18:11 (IST)

    Isn't what Assad has done so far an outrageous crime in the name of humanity? Is UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon really waiting for Assad to to resort to chemical weapons - as evidence of his criminal insanity? Assad's sole human concern seems to be that his wife continues shopping for expensive shoes. How much longer do the People of Syria have to continue suffering before UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon requests that Assad be interned in a psychiatric hospital for his criminally insane behavior? Assad is certainly not the first totally insane dictator that the world has had to deal with.

    from the article: Report: French military advisers meet with rebels inside Syria
    First published 16:32 07.12.12 | Last updated 16:32 07.12.12
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