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Former Arab League observer speaks on Syria
Anwar Malek says he resigned because of what he saw, and claims that the mission is falling apart.
Last Modified: 14 Jan 2012 04:31

The Arab League mission in Syria has been described as a farce by an Algerian national who has just resigned from it.

Anwar Malek has told Al Jazeera that he quit because of what he saw, and that the mission is falling apart.

He speaks to Al Jazeera's David Foster.

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Al Jazeera
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