Former Lebanese Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour: (The Leader of Syria and Its Destiny)

Dr. Adnan Mansour, the former Lebanese Foreign Minister, wrote an  article entitled “The Leader of Syria and Its Fate” published in the book “Leader Al-Assad, honorable pages from the history of steadfastness “.

Dr. Mansour focused on studying the terrorist war on Syria based on the reality of the conflict in the region and the plans of the American administrations to impose their agendas and achieve their interests.

Dr. Mansour began his article with a forward-looking vision -  that Arab and foreign historians will pause for a long time as they consider the most dangerous and darkest periods of contemporary Arab history.

 

Dr. Mansour said that Syria has faced the global war which was imposed on it by the powers of hegemony, on top of which is the United States of America with it the Zionist entity and its allies in the region and the world.

 Dr. Mansour affirmed that the goal of this war, for which tens of thousands of terrorists have been provided with various financial, military and logistical support, is aimed at overthrowing the Syrian state due to what its leadership, headed by President Bashar Al-Assad, represents from an Arab resistance point of view.

Dr. Mansour referred to the American role in the war on Syria, including providing terrorists with money and weapons under the name of "opposition", in addition to working to tighten the economic screws on Syria. I

Dr. Mansour said: “President Al-Assad made a clear and strategic decision that Syria has only one option for victory - it is victory.”

Dr. Mansour said: “President Al-Assad faced the military, economic, financial, media, psychological, political and diplomatic pressures with wisdom, boldness, rare courage and composure witnessed by the enemies before friends.”

It is noteworthy that the book "The Leader Al-Assad Honorable Pages from the History of Resilience", is issued by the Syrian General Authority for Book.

The 544-page book includes articles by 28 Syrian, Palestinian, Jordanian, Lebanese, Egyptian, Tunisian and Moroccan figures.

O. al-Mohammad

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