Why is the Arab League suspending Syria? Russia’s foreign minister suggests Western countries aka the United States are trying to stir up opposition in Syria so as to topple President Bashar al-Assad. This strategy appears to be Clinton’s State Departments modus operandi, that is using Soros funded infiltrators to stir up opposition that leads to the overthrow of those who apparently are not kowtowing to the Council on Foreign Relations and Tri-Lateral Commissions “New World Order” goal. Independent web journalist James Corbett thinks the Arab League suspension of Syria means the West is now much closer to achieving its goal of regime change in Damascus.
Here’s Al Jazeera’s take on what’s happening in Syria and her suspension from the Arab League.
Jordan’s king urges Assad to step down
King Abdullah becomes first Arab ruler to call for Syria’s president to resign after eight months of uprising.
Jordan’s King Abdullah has called for Bashar al-Assad, the president of Syria, to step down in the interest of the Syrian people.
The king made the comments in an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on Monday, two days after the Arab League voted to suspend Syria’s membership over its crackdown on anti-government protests.
“I believe, if I were in his shoes, I would step down,” Abdullah said. “I would step down and make sure whoever comes behind me has the ability to change the status quo that we’re seeing.”
Jordan has been critical of its northern neighbour Syria’s crackdown on anti-government protesters in recent months.
King Abdullah, the first Arab ruler to issue such a call over the eight months of uprising, said Assad should usher in a new era of political dialogue before stepping down.
“Again, I don’t think the system allows for that, so if Bashar has the interest of his country, he would step down, but he would also create an ability to reach out and start a new phase of Syrian political life,” he told the BBC.
Damascus had no immediate public comment.
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