Assad supporters attack UAE embassy, witnesses says

By REUTERS
November 16, 2011 17:28

 
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AMMAN - Supporters of President Bashar Assad threw stones and debris on Wednesday at the embassy of the United Arab Emirates and smeared its walls with graffiti, witnesses said, hours after an Arab League decision to suspend Syria took effect.

"You bastards. You agents of Israel," read some of the graffiti, according to two residents who live near the building in the affluent Abu Rummana neighborhood, one of the most secure districts of the capital near the home and offices of Assad.

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