The head of the Arab League delegation to Syria

December 30, 2011 at 9:02 am (africa, apologists and collaborators, crime, Human rights, Jim D, Middle East, murder, protest, Syria)

As the killings continue, many Syrian protesters lack confidence in the delegation, and especially its head, General Mohammed Ahmad Mustafa Dabi. I wonder why?

“Meanwhile, more questions were being asked of Gen Dabi, after his initial comments on the mission were criticised as favouring the Syrian government.

“Gen Dabi was the head of military intelligence for Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for his actions over Darfur.

“Amnesty International said that under Gen Dabi, the military intelligence in the early 1990s “was responsible for the arbitrary arrest and detention, enforced disappearance and torture or other ill-treatment of numerous people in Sudan”.

“Gen Dabi’s first comments in Syria were that he had seen ‘nothing frightening’”

-From a BBC report.

3 Comments

  1. Andrew Coates said,

    Dabi’s background was the subject for a special article in Le Monde a few days ago with reference to his role in Darfur as well as his activities Jim cites.

    He is an I*slamist genocider*.

    An ideal person to offer a neutral human rights helping hand to the Syrian people……….

  2. Vision News Reporter said,

    These issues must be resolved according to the demands of Syrian people and the violent activities in the region must be stopped.

    • Monsuer Jelly est Formidable said,

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