Iraq's Maliki says Assad is fighting until the bitter end
Published February 10th, 2013 - 05:00 GMT
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki says the Syrian regime of President Bashar al-Assad does not want an exit pass; KSA needs a law to protect children from abuse; the Islamist mess in Damascus; and Friday Prayers against assassinations for Egypt.
Isn’t it about time for a draft law to protect children from abuse?
In Saudi Arabia, there is a need to form laws that protect weaker entities within the institution of the family.
The absence of such laws produce cases like Lama, who die waiting for justice, and this absence of legislation will keep producing others like Lama we may or may not know about.
Rockets tore into a former US military base near the Baghdad airport before dawn on Saturday, killing at least five members of a controversial Iranian dissident group and wounding almost 40 other people, according to the UN.