Cairo/ (QNA)/27 August 2013/ The State of Qatar has voiced anew its vehement codemnation and denunciation to the crimes being perpetrated by the Syrian Regime against its people , the last of which was the use of the internationally prohibited chemical weapons in the 'Eastern Ghouta' area of the Damascus countryside earlier Wednesday. Qatar meantime asked the UN Security Council (UNSC) to bear its responsibilities and provide ample protection to the Syrian people and putting to trial those involved in these crimes. This came in a debate Qatar's Permanent Delegate to the Arab League HE Ambassador Saif Muqadam Al-Buaienin delivered before the extraordinary meeting of the Arab League Council held at the Arab League Headquarters at the permanent delegates'level here on Tuesday. The Qatari senior diplomat considered the use of the chemical weapons by the Syrian regime a matter that runs counter to values and the international laws and norms, bearing the Syrian regime fully accountable for the grave possible repercussions. HE Ambassador Saif Muqadam Al-Buaienin expressed his support to the position of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia which was expressed in a similar statement by Saudi Ambassador Ahmed Qattan who called upon the UNSC to bear its responsibility to provide ample protection to the Syrian civilians and act to put an end to the crimes committed by the Syrian regime against its pepple. Al-Buaienin called upon all Arab states to bear their responsibilties towards the Syrian people noting that solutions are being fetched to the Syrian crisis over the past three years." " We have been exhausted for convening the Geneva 2 conference, at a time the Syrian regime is deeply involved in its crimes against the Syrian people , the last of which was the use of chemical weapons which claimed hundreds of victims including women , children and the elderly", said the Qatari diplomat. Elaborating Al-Buaienin viewed the Syrian regime has exceeded all red lines and urgent and effective steps should be taken to halt these crimes via a concerted Arab position supportive to any international drive to stop the extermination of the Syrian regime to its people. The Arab League's Permanent Envoys all stressed the importance of holding the Arab League Council's meeting publicly for the media to report on so that the Arab and international public opinion can see the Arab position vis-a-vis the crimes in Syria. As a result, Arab League Secretary-General Nabil El Araby, The State of Qatar's Permanent Envoy to the Arab League Saif Muqaddam Al-Buainein, Saudi Arabia's Permanent Envoy to the Arab League Ahmed Qattan as well as representatives of Kuwait, Jordan, UAE and Libya, all agreed on the importance of taking a decisive resolution that includes condemning the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime, holding the Syrian regime responsible to all the repercussions of using chemical weapons. Thye also called on United Nations bodies to provide protection to the Syrian, as well as calling on the UN Security Council to issue a resolution for a ceasefire in Syria and find the mechanisms to implement it. The envoys also wanted all officials involved in the crime of using chemical reactions to be handed to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) as well as an Arab backing to any decision made by the international community in regards to Syria. In related news, Egypt supported the efforts of the UN mission in investigating the truth behind allegations of the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian regime. The Egyptian administration also expressed its backing to aspirations of the Syrian people, but warned that infighting in Syria could have a drastic consequence on the neighbouring countries. For his part El Araby gave a presentation on the Arab League's latest efforts to solve the Syrian crisis. He detailed the contact that has been made with different Syrian and international parties involved in the crisis. He also revealed that he asked UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for swift movement to enforce a ceasefire in Syria and providing a suitable environment for hosting Geneva 2.