Saturday, August 13, 2011

OIC proposed to mediate the talks in Syria

OIC proposed to mediate the talks in Syria
Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has urged the authorities to Syria to curb anti-government protesters, with a request to broker a dialogue between government and opposition factions in the country this country.

According to the joint biggest Muslim world, President of OIC Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu urged "leaders Syria maximum restraint by stopping immediately the use of force to suppress demonstrations by the people. "

OIC calls for Damacus "engage in dialogue with all parties in Syria to agree and implement the reform measures can accept."

Mr Ihsanoglu said: "OIC willing to play a role in this process, asserting that dialogue is the only safe option to prevent this crisis."

The Syrian security forces backed by tanks tried to crush the protests in many cities. Human rights watchdog said Syria had 2,150 people killed since the protests broke out between May 3 / 2011.

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