Look who's heading up the Arab League human rights observers in Syria

Rick Moran
Maybe this is why Bashar Assad finally agreed to allow observers from the Arab League into the country to monitor the implementation of the agreement that is supposed to stop the killing. David Kenner: "I am going to Homs," insisted Sudanese Gen. Mohammad Ahmed Mustafa al-Dabi, the head of the Arab League observer mission, telling reporters that so far the Assad regime had been "very cooperative." But Dabi may be the unlikeliest leader of a humanitarian mission the world has ever seen. He is a staunch loyalist of Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court for genocide and crimes against humanity for his government's policies in Darfur. And Dabi's own record in the restive Sudanese region, where he stands accused of presiding over the creation of the feared Arab militias known as the "janjaweed," is enough to make any human rights activist blanch. Dabi's involvement in Darfur began in 1999, four years before the region would explode in the...(Read Full Post)

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