Mr. Speaker, I had not turned my mind to that solution, but it seems that it may well be an effective one.
I would note that in my discussions with human rights advocates and from listening to their advice, their principle concern is that human rights observers be allowed on the ground and permitted to document and investigate the atrocities. This in and of itself would put pressure on the military authorities to stop what they are doing. Again, I do not know how effective that would be, but that is the advice I received.
However, whether it is funding for humanitarian aid or pushing at the international level for the Security Council to take decisive action, certainly acting where we have expertise and a history of engaging, namely on land mines, makes perfect sense.