January 25, 2012
Posted: 011 GMT

Nic Robertson talks to Hala Gorani about his reporting from inside Syria with the Arab League monitors. Nic just returned from Syria and joined the International Desk from London.

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Muthyavan.   January 25th, 2012 11:09 pm ET

Arab Leque as a democratic institution has demonstrated supporting struggle for democratic reforms in many middle east countries, such as Tunisia ,Egypt, Libya and Syria. Democratic struggles in middle east is currently over shadowed by another violent sucide bombing daily killing hundreds of innocent civilians in the inter religious fightings of Suni and Shia divisions among the Mouslim world.

All future democratic uprisings and general peace in this region fully depend on finding a peace full approach toward this deadly inter religious violent clashes. Arab Leque as a committed democratic institution must work hard to honour a democratic co-existence between these inter religious division and reduce the daily deadly killings in the Mouslim world.

Even the struggles by the Iran people republic to arm it self with atomic weapons is partly due to it's inside fear about these inter religious hatread among it's majority Shia mouslims.

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