Amr Moussa, the Secretary-General of the Arab League, called for the intervention in Libya in the name of the Arab world. He was present in Paris when concrete decisions were made to launch the attack. He spoke as the elected and highest representative of no fewer than 22 Arab states. In short, he legitimated the strikes on behalf of the entire Arab sphere.
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