Cooperate with Assad

 “Fighting against Bashar al-Assad for three years, we have strengthened ISIL positions. The political fate of Bashar al-Assad should be decided by the Syrian people in the course of future democratic elections. As for now, Assad is the only politician who is able to have the country under control and not let it fall apart. France should finally change its political course and cooperate with Assad to resolve the Syrian conflict.''

 Marine Le Pen , president of the French  National Front, the Sputnik, December 2015.

 

  

" President Bashar Al-Assad, a man who loves God, humanity, his people, his land and his country .President Assad is a man who loves his family."

 

Marie-Helene Berglind, Peace Activist, December 2015.

 


"The first line of defense against evil and darkness. We salute all the brave men of Syria (all religious sects and faiths), and their outstanding leader Dr. Bashar al-Assad. "


The utmost respect for these two devoted men. They are second to none, in terms of popularity, courage and wisdom. Thousands of salutes. The entire civilized world stands behind this outstanding leader. His popularity is increasing every day. A hero for billions people worldwide. He is the epitome against imperialism and colonialism.

 

We salute him,

 

Allah Souria Bashar W Bas.

William Benjamin, peace activist, December 2015.

 

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“President Al-Assad was so kind and open contrary to the image fabricated  to him in the West. The people who are fighting terrorism in Syria see in President Al-Assad the  guarantee for stability and diversity in the country, President Al-Assad represents the only force which is able to confront the terrorists of the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIL or Deash)."

 (Michael Kobal), Czech TV Journalist, December, 2015.

    

Long live President Assad

One of the greatest leaders of all time ever. Hugely popular and respected worldwide. He is well known for his protection for all minorities. A man devoted to protect his people (regardless of religious background), and his true passion for his country.

May God give him strength and wisdom in the fight against evil, and defeat those who want to destroy his country.

Long live President Assad, the sole legitimate leader of Syria.
On to VICTORY..

Joan Dalton-Carr

November 2015.

Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

   

 The Brilliant Leader

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I just wanted to place my condolences for what is happening in Syria. I do not like seeing the bullying tactics by the UN & NATO, and especially the USA placed against your country. There is so much media propaganda and disinformation, that it disgusts me.
There is a much bigger picture playing out, which is basically the west wanting control of the oil & gas, and to destabilize the Middle East. The funding of ISIS by KSA, NATO & UN is so plainly obvious, let alone Turkey and their hand in this too.
I truly feel for your people and the loss of many archeological treasures, homes, the loss of life.
I lived in the Middle East for 3.5 years, in Dubai. However I travelled throughout the region.
So I have at least some understanding of the difficulties. Not that Dubai is a difficult place.
Just know Bashar Al Assad, that you are a brilliant leader, and that I support you, as do many other westerners who have their eyes wide open to what is happing. I also support Vladimir Putin & hope he continues to help you.
Wishing you all the best sir.
Sincerely,
Selina Brown
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November 27, 2015.

   

Fighting Those Mercenary Terrorists

 “I greet President Bashar al-Assad from the bottom of my heart because he is fighting those mercenary terrorists and do I wish him victory."

The renowned Egyptian actress Ilham Shaheen, November 2015.

   

God Bless Assad‏

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I'm a Norwegian citizen, and want to give my support to Bashar Al-Assad and his army. No matter what my government mean, i have my own opinion after watching some of the interview with Assad. He is a fair and truthful man that wishes peace and the best for the Syrian people, and stop of all the killing and terrorism. I'm glad Putin help Assad and his country, and i wish more country would stop believe lies and rather help Assad in this important fight against terrorism. We will all be losers if he doesn't win. Assad is also very intelligent when he will put up an election to let the people decide whom they choose to lead the country. That shows that Assad is a democrat and a fair man. With all my heart i believe in Assad, and he have my full support. And i'm not the only one in my country that feel the same. May GOD give Assad and his family and his army, and the syrian people strength to carry on in the right and good direction. Let peace and love win, AMEN.

God Bless Assad. 

With love from Mona

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 "The popularity of the Syrian President at home undermines attempts to cast him as a monster, at least in Syria. The petro-monarchy of Qatar is an open enemy of Syria, having put literally billions into the Islamist armed groups (Khalaf and Smith 2013). However their own media channel and polls have acknowledged Bashar’s popularity. In January 2011 Qatar’s main media outlet Al Jazeera concluded that a revolution in Syria was ‘unlikely’ due to Assad’s popularity.

The President’s popularity was shown in the early days, by the huge pro-government rallies that came out in response to opposition rallies. Robert Fisk, one of the few western journalists with a strong sense of Arab history and an eye for detail, but often cynical as regards the Syrian Government, made these observations:

‘Another pro-Assad rally was starting … it might have reached 200,000 by midday … there was no Saddam style trucking of the people to Omayad Square [Damascus] … the only soldiers were standing with their families. How does one report a pro-government demo during the Arab Awakening? There were veiled women, old men, thousands of children … were they coerced? I don’t think so’ (Fisk 2011)."

 Prof. Tim Anderson, the University of Sydney, Author of America’s “Dirty War on Syria”: Bashar al Assad and Political Reform.

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War on Syria was not caused by domestic unrest, US Senator Richard Black

 H.E. President Bashar Al-Assad received on November 17, 2015, a letter from U.S. Senator for the State of Virginia Richard Black a letter in which he said “I was pleased by the Russians’ intervention against the armies invading Syria. With their support, the Syrian Army has made dramatic strides against the terrorists.”

“I was delighted by Syria’s resounding victory over ISIS at the Kuwairis Airfield. My compliments to those who heroically rescued 1,000 brave Syrian soldiers from certain death. I am convinced that many such victories lie ahead,” Black added.

The Senator asserted that the war on Syria was not caused by domestic unrest, saying “It was an unlawful war of aggression by foreign powers determined to force a puppet regime on Syria. General Wesley Clark, former Supreme Allied Commander Europe, revealed that by 2001, Western powers had developed plans to overthrow Syria. Yet after fifteen years, of military subversion, NATO, Saudi Arabia and Qatar still cannot identify a single leader who enjoys popular support among the Syrian people.”

“Foreign powers have no right to overturn legitimate elections and impose their will on the Syrian people. Syrians alone must determine their destiny, free of foreign intervention. I am disappointed that the UN has turned a blind eye to the unlawful interference in Syria’s internal affairs,” he added.

"Assad wasn't targeted to create stability in Syria"

Part 2: Someone recently asked me again, "Why is the world against Assad (President of Syria)?" The question really should be, "Why is the United States at war against Assad?" Well, it's not a sound bite answer - in fact it is an intricate and complex perfect storm of geo-political intrigue. The bottom line is, Assad wasn't targeted to create stability in Syria - but to destroy the stability that was growing there (this is just the tip of the iceberg):

1) The Syrian war IS NOT a civil war or organic, popular uprising against a 'brutal dictator' that started in March 2011 when Assad 'brutally' put down 'peaceful protests'.

2) The Syrian war IS a US organized coup against the legitimate, popular, and quite positive leader of a sovereign nation - done to great extent for and with the help of malignant - and sometimes just plain jealous - regional 'allies'.

3) After 9/11, Bush - prompted by the neo-cons like Dick Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz, Don Rumsfeld, etc decided to attack not the root of al Qaeda in Saudi Arabia, but un-involved Iraq. The War on Terror began.

4) Colin Powell went to Syria to make demands of Assad which he refused, among those was to aid us in our overthrow of Saddam. Assad said it would end in a quagmire with the region worse off. He also refused to end ties with Iran (who also had no part in 9/11) and other items. After those refusals, Assad was added to the ridiculous "axis of evil" since Bush was in full "you are either with us or against us" mode.

5) The 7 countries in 5 years plan was created by the neo-cons (Cheney, Abrams, Wolfowitz, Rumsfeld etc) to take out Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and finally, Iran. Former NATO Commander, General Wesley Clark revealed this plan in 2007.

6) In 2006, a government document revealed how the US was working to foment sectarian hatred and unrest in stable and secular Syria in order to bring about an Islamist revolution there.

7) In 2007, George Bush and Elliot Abrams met with the Muslim Brotherhood to discuss and plan the ousting of Assad and replacing his government with a 'free and democratic' one which the Bros would have significant influence in. The Bros definition of 'freedom and democracy' is strict sharia law btw. The Bros are NOT allowed to have any part in Syrian politics and for good reason.

8) Meanwhile, President Assad was named most popular Arab leader in 2008 and 2009 by a regional poll. Charlie Rose said then that Damascus was the place to be in the ME for business. Sophie Shevradnaze said when people heard the name, "Assad" they'd straighten their ties in respect. Diane Sawyer visited in 2007 and raved about Syria. The BBC's John Simpson hailed Assad as impressive.

9) Saudi Arabia, the US's most powerful Arab ally was getting freaked out about Assad's popularity and the secular, tolerant nature of Syrian society. The radical Wahhabis started sectarian-driven propaganda to turn the Sunni majority against Assad using their Al Arabiya media and radical clerics etc.

10) Qatar started using al Jazeera Arabic to do the same thing for the Muslim Bros. Assad had opened Syria up to the internet and his enemies used it against him.

11) Qatar was angry at Assad mostly because of a gas pipeline deal. Qatar and Iran share the massive natural gas field in the Persian Gulf. Both countries had submitted pipeline deals thru Syria (this field holds enough natural gas to meet Europe's needs for 100 years). Assad took Iran's deal and then Qatar started helping with the overthrow.

12) Israel wanted Assad out for several reasons. He is a unifying force. Secular, popular and gaining to much influence in the region. This influence was starting to be felt in negotiations for return of the Golan Heights and pressure to negotiate for the Palestinians. Also he has good relations with Iran. Together, Syria and Hezbollah had defeated Israel's long held goal of taking control of Lebanon.

13) Iran, Iran, Iran. Israel and the Saudis HATE Iran with a passion. For as many times as Iran has said 'death to Israel' believe me, the Israelis have said it about Iran with every bit as much vehemence. From what I can see, Iran is the only country strong enough to stop Israel's plans to take control over Lebanon, if not the whole Levant from Lebanon, Syria, and Iraq. The Saud's problem seems to be their crazed radical Sunnis want the Shiites all converted or dead but I'm sure there is more to that as well. Keep in mind, the Syrian army and government are mostly Sunni - they are stopping the radicals from taking over secular Syria.

14) Turkey is ruled by a Muslim Brotherhood godfather/thug, Erdogan. Erdogan is set on being a new sultan over a great empire of influence and power.

15) Virtually all of the 'rebels' supported by the US are either Islamist fundamentalists representing the Muslim Bros/al Qaeda/ISIS etc or mercenary gangs/criminals. There are some Syrian militias that don't behead all non-Sunnis etc but they have no real power or backing.

16) While Syria under Bashar is far from perfect - quite far - the premise that the US is somehow helping Syrians gain freedom and democracy could not be farther from reality. In fact, under Bashar, with his steadfast commitment to free, quality, secular education; women's rights; protection for all religious groups; tolerance; blocking of extremism, health care, new constitution, elections, etc - more was being done in Syria to grow a lasting and maintainable democracy than in any other Arab country.

17) The United States has been working with Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Turkey - three countries dedicated to promoting fundamentalism and extremism and terrorism - in order to supposedly promote 'freedom and democracy' in Syria?

18) The Christians in Syria support the government and many groups of Christian leaders have begged the US - even traveled here to meet with Congress to ask us to stop supporting this Islamist revolution in Syria. The Christians fight in the Syrian Army and National Defense Force - NOT the 'moderate rebel groups'.

Starting to get a clue how complicated - and WRONG - this all is?

Janice Kortkamp

Leesburg, VA, United States

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 "What I learned about activism from President Bashar al-Assad"

Although I had tried to be an informed and participatory citizen of my country, I was never an activist until I 'met' Syria. My first glimpse through the cracks in the wall of western narratives about the Middle East came from Assad. Since then, almost all of my words have been modeled on his approach that won me over in a matter of minutes to at least wanting to know more. I just thought this might be interesting to share in this group.

Here's what he taught me (which i have failed at often enough but keep trying anyway):

1. Stay calm. The truth gives a confidence that does not require screaming and ranting.

2. Turn the other cheek. Assad has a brilliant way of just letting insults and accusations deflect off him. He listens and then gives his side - but he doesn't take it all personally.

3. Speak clearly and openly. It wasn't 2 minutes into the first interview I saw with him that I was struck by how he was explaining things in a way I could understand.

4. Be accurate - don't exaggerate. When Assad knows a number, he gives a number that he can back up - they don't end up getting exaggerated beyond credibility. If he doesn't know a number, he just says he doesn't have a number.

5. Give facts that can be backed up by the reality on the ground and solid sources. When I listened to the SNC's Moaz al Khatib trying to give an interview the contrast could not have been more stark. Assad consistently gave facts that could be checked and verified. His 'opposition', Khatib, spoke in generalizations and platitudes and spent an hour saying nothing of substance.

6. Be genuine. Assad's love of Syrians and Syria shows in everything he says and does. He walks the walk instead of just talking the talk.

7. Don't just preach to the choir. I think this is what really limits the effectiveness of activism. While we all need to learn from and support each other, it is critical to be able to relate to people who don't understand in a way that is not offensive or insulting. Most people just plain to do not know about these situations. They work long hours, they have families, what little news they get comes from MSM. It's a part time/full time job trying to stay on top of ONE issue for me. Assad has given so many interviews with belligerent media and nations - it is a great example.

8. Engage with people. I went to a demonstration against the proposed bombing of Syria in Washington. The protesters walked around in a circle and just kept repeating slogans some woman kept shouting in a megaphone creating a wall of noise. I quickly left the group and just walked among the people and tried to answer questions and engage in conversation. I ended up on Iraqi TV wink emoticon.

9. Unfortunately, photos of dead children are not effective. Anyone with a heart should be moved by the plight of the most innocent victims but the sad truth is, it doesn't really work.

10. Be an ambassador. The most effective activism is person to person. When I got to know Syrians my intellectual curiosity changed to genuine compassion and a hunger for the truth. Assad is a very personal and gracious man. When I showed his interview to my husband, Syd said "I want to have that man over for dinner." In so many interviews I've seen of his, often you can watch the interviewer coming around to Assad's point of view because he is really present WITH the person, listening carefully to them, then he responds to them and to the question. He's not just taking an opportunity to spout an agenda. Whoever he's with, whether children or foreign dignitaries, he is always gives the people he is with his full attention.

So that's it. Thank you President Assad and many members of this page who helped me begin to understand about Syria and the ME.

 

Janice Kortkamp, a US Peace Activist.

November, 2015.

 

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