Arab State Urges Citizens To Leave Syria

By Paul Joseph Watson

Yet another indication that Syria could be the next target of a NATO-led military assault arrived today with the news that the United Arab Emirates is the latest country to urge its citizens to leave, as a deadline imposed by the Arab League for Syria to respond to its demand to send in observers passed without comment.

“Emiratis who are already in Syria are advised to avoid large gatherings of people, exercise caution and leave Syrian territory because of the current circumstances there,” Director of Nationals’ Affairs at the Ministry Ambassador Eissa Abdullah Al-Kalbani said.

The warning follows similar advisories by the U.S. Embassy in Damascus, which urged its citizens to leave Syria “immediately,” while Turkey’s foreign ministry told its citizens to avoid traveling through the country on their return home from Saudi Arabia.

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One thought on “Arab State Urges Citizens To Leave Syria

  1. I hope this is not the start of another Iraq, or Afghanistan out in the Middle East, I wish peace was attained as easy as saying “open up the doors of diplomacy”

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