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Al-Maliki: countries which lack freedoms stand behind crisis in Syria

Dec 23, 2013


Karbala, (SANA)-Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on Monday accused countries "which lack freedom and democracy" of standing behind the crisis in Syria, in a hidden reference to the Gulf States.

"They have expected the overthrow of Syria during two months, and they said that the operation in Syria is a picnic, they were blinded by deception to shift to Iraq, Iran or Jordan," al-Maliki said at a press conference in Karbala to the south of Baghdad.

He added that countries that have no mercy, have no democracy or freedoms stand behind the plot against Syria.

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