We've pointed out the Arab League's hypocrisy on Libya before, but it feel's so nice, we're doing it twice. From Dennis Prager in the National Review:
Witnessing the Libyan dictator Moammar Qaddafi’s large-scale killings of Libyan civilians, the Arab League begged us, the Europeans, and the Security Council to militarily intervene on behalf of the Libyan people.
So, despite the fact that America is rather weary of fighting Muslim mass murderers, is militarily overstretched, and has a devastating national debt, America said yes. We are the most decent country on earth and even a liberal-Left Democrat in the White House feels the moral pull of America’s legacy, values, and unparalleled strength.
But no sooner have America and the Europeans intervened than the Arab League officially protests our intervention on the grounds that Libyan civilians — 48 claimed, zero confirmed, at the time of the protest — have been killed by the intervention requested by the Arab League.