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Arab states' views on Syrian intervention

As Reuters reported, The Arab League passed a resolution Sunday calling for the United Nations to “take the deterrent and necessary measures against the culprit of this crime that the Syrian regime bears responsibility for.” But some members—like Lebanon, Iraq and Algeria—have reportedly refused to sign on. Middle East Institute scholar Joseph Kéchichian joins us from Beirut, Lebanon to talk about how various Arab states feel about potential military intervention in Syria. (Photo: AP Images).

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