The Arab League is monitoring in Syria, but their findings and their leader are questionable. Anderson Cooper reports.
Dear Anderson-I have been watching your program for a long time. I think you are one of the best reporters in the world. My name is Abdul Alkayali. I was born in Damascus Syria. I lived here in the USA for 38 years. When we invaded Iraq, I became an intelligent officer with the DOD and was trained at Fort Benning GA. The reason why I am discussing my background is to give you an idea who you are dealing with. Let me get to the point which is Syria. I think you are the only news organization and Esp. you Anderson that report more than anyone else on this matter. I have travelled to Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, and many African nations many times in the past 15 years. Since my heritage is Syrian, my blood is boiling to see what has taken place in Syria and around the Middle East. I have extensive knowledge what goes on in the Middle East and what should be done to get rid of many dictators in the region. The Arab league is a joke. They are unable and frankly incapable of doing anything for Syria. The only thing that can be done to free the people of Syria from the Al-Assad regime is to enforce no fly zone, arm the freedom fighters, and have covert operations using people like myself. Since western media is not allowed in Syria, we are not getting the whole story of the atrocities that the Syrian regime is committing and have committed for the last 40 years. I would like to offer my services to go to Syria and report on your behalf to bring the truth to the world and put an end to this monster regime that killed thousands of men, women and children. Anderson, you already know the crimes against humanity that the Al-Assad regime had committed in the last 40 years. I am reaching out for your help and would love to discuss further on how we can all benefit from my experience in international affairs and help the Syrian National Council. Will you please help?
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