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Crisis in Syria triggering -- great.
Nations and called for military action.
Today the UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon said the deadly violence could have global consequences and world leaders cannot look the other way.
As the bloodshed intensifies.
But the leader of the -- of nation of -- appeared to go one step further.
That that's kind of doing it out.
-- I -- that it's better for the Arab countries themselves to interfere in an international humanitarian.
Political and military duties he do -- what is necessary to stop the bloodshed in Syria President Obama did not mention military action in his speech but.
He did say the United States stands with Syrians who support the transition to democracy.
Activists now say more than 27000.
People have died in the Syrian uprising which began more than a year ago -- and a half really.
Fox -- can't confirm the numbers meantime we just heard from the president of Pakistan.
Who had some tough words about the controversial anti Islamic film.
Fox report chief correspondent Jonathan Hunt is working UN force again tonight and it does not sound like our ally in this case ally in quotes.
Is really on the same page with with -- us.
In fact -- it was a quite extraordinary.
Opening to the remarks by the Pakistani president.
Speaking from the same podium -- just hours earlier President Obama had exhorted world leaders to rapidly condemn.
The anti American violence -- -- recently swept much of the Muslim world.
The Pakistani president did no such thing and in fact.
Cold on the United Nations to take the lead.
To make it illegal for anyone anyway back including right here in the United States to blast -- the Prophet Mohammed listen.
A little hope you can never condoned violence.
The international community must not become silent -- And should criminalize attacks that destroyed the peace of the and indeed the security by misusing freedom of expression.
Those remarks likely to raise a lot of eyebrows at the State Department and the white -- going exactly against.
What President Obama had lost world leaders to do just a few hours early -- -- and Donovan the Secretary General really turning up the heat on Syria appears.
Yeah UN Secretary General bank Ki moon made Syria one of the centerpieces of -- -- is.
Opening statement here at the United Nations General Assembly today he called it a regional calamity with global ramifications.
Saying the violence in Syria was already spilling beyond its borders.
And endangering international peace and security listen to this.
We must stop the violence.
And -- some promise to board the science.
Has sent in more shunned by Syria lit.
Transition as soon as possible.
But obviously stopping the violence and setting in motion that transition.
Needs the support at the UN all of Russia and China.
And the Secretary General failed to mention either of those countries by name that in itself is unlikely to increase the pressure on those two nations to fall in line.
With the rest of the international community -- Jonathan Hunt at the United Nations John thanks again.
The deadly assault on the united.
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