January 2012
Middle East Reporter (Weekly Edition);1/13/2012, Vol. 144 Issue 1284, p28
The article presents the views of several Arab leaders on some of the issues in the Middle East including the generation of weapons to close the Strait of Hormuz, politcal solution to end the unrest in Syria, and the public protests against the terrorism regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Arab leaders state that Iran is behaving as if it needs a high degree of tension to protect itself from polarization. Moreover, they think that the core of the crisis in Syria is political.


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