Liberman: Int'l community must intervene in Syria

March 4, 2012 11:30


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The international community must intervene to end the massacres in Syria, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said Sunday in an interview with Army Radio.

"These sights of killing, you only see in Hollywood - we must put and end to this immediately," Liberman said.

"In this case we must leave political calculations aside," Liberman said.  "We are humans first, before we are politicians, leaders, commentators and journalists. What is happening there in the 21st century is intolerable, and we must help."

Liberman added that Israel would provide humanitarian aid to Syria if it was requested to do so, but would not act alone.

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