BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:00 P.M.) – At least eight Arab states are backing Syria’s return to the Arab League, a source told Sputnik News Agency from Brussels on Tuesday.

“At least eight members of the Arab League: Lebanon, Algeria, Iraq, Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, are positively disposed towards the return of Syria to the Arab League,” the source said.

This report from Sputnik comes on the same day as the European Union (EU) and League of Arab States (LAS) meeting in the Belgian capital of Brussels.

 

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All those countries know they are subject to American instigated regime change or Saudi subversion

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That’s why some of them are actually very stable? UAE are even became tremendously prosperous and don’t even rely on oil-economy any more for a while, I think that now, oil is no more than 20% of GDP.

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Everything has to do with money in your childish head.