Arab Nations Condemn Syria's Protester Crackdown
President Bashar Assad's regime won't be receiving any support from his Arab neighbors in his crackdown against protestors. King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia said "Any sane Arab, Muslim or anyone else knows that this has nothing to do with religion, or ethics or morals; spilling the blood of the innocent for any reasons or pretext leads to no path to ... hope," in a statement, and recalled his foreign ambassador from Syria. Bahrain and Kuwait followed suit. More than 300 have died in the past week in the ongoing dispute between the Syrian government and protesters.