The news came as a bomb of joy, as a day of fireworks in Copacabana. After the reaction of the European Union against the massacre of more public history in the world followed in real time, as a sort of "Reality Show" of suffering, bitterness, abuse of authority, power and ignorance, while a demonstration of courage, commitment, determination and character of the highest level, prompting Amnesty International to ask the United Nations and the League of Arab States increased pressure against the inhumane regime of Assad.
He noted that a strong message should be sent to the Syrian government:
By Saulo Valley - Rio de Janeiro, May 23, 2011 - 22:29
The site globalarabnetwork said he contacted the Network of Arab World through diplomatic fronts, he was told "that the parties in several Arab and Gulf countries have negotiated their positions on the question of Syrian regime, and a decision taken collectively by the Arab League or Gulf Cooperation Council. He attributed the participation of Arab States, in this position, saying:
"We lost hope on Assad and his regime, it seems he is unable to communicate with his people, it was determined that the position of the Syrian people .. is the compass for the development of Syria"
"He welcomed the Director Malcolm Smart of Amnesty's Middle East and North Africa in sanctions by the European Union and the Government of the United States against President al-Assad, and those around him, and he said that" the Council of Security is now taking more decisive action against Syria, similar to measures taken when the system began to pressure Colonel Muammar Gaddafi of Libya to attack people. "
"That will not escape justice and accountability for crimes already committed under his authority in Syria"
He said: "The United Nations and the League of Arab States should take measures to impose a total ban of weapons to Syria and freezing assets of President al-Assad, and those around him, globally."
Yesterday (Monday) the World Organization for Human Rights urged the member states of the Security Council, particularly South Africa, to President Assad that sanction to put an end to violence against civilians.
In time Philip Poulobion said this is the time to "blame Bashar Al-Assad and his colleagues for violating the human rights of civilians."
It also demanded that the Security Council allow humanitarian organizations and authorities to cooperate with investigators from the Office of Human Rights. - Informed the globalarabnetwork .