I dare any….


"LORD, but I am weary of the constant slander, demonizing, frame-jobs against these two: the President and First Lady of Syria, Dr. Bashar al-Assad and his wife Asma . I dare any pundit - any politician - any opinion writer who has never led anyone in anything - to do as excellent a job of leading a complex society through a malignant war on its sovereignty, its people, its goodness as this President has done.

Shame on the west - as VA Senator Richard Black (a big supporter of Assad's) said a few days ago about our manipulations of the Middle East, "This is the darkest time in the history of American foreign policy." And that is saying a lot.."

Janice Kortkamp, September 9, 2015,USA.


They Said About The President




the key role


“Iran highly appreciates the key role of President Bashar Al-Assad in preserving national unity in Syria and in fighting terrorism, in addition to his wise leadership that guaranteed Syria’s safety from the several crises that targeted the country,"

Hossein Amir Abdollahian, September 3, 2015.

The Middle East states should pray for Al-Assad

  Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries should understand that, if Syrian leader Bashar Al-Assad's regime collapses, the terrorist group Islamic State will come after them, Russian Security Council Deputy Secretary Yevgeny Lukyanov said.

"The states of this region, like Saudi Arabia, Gulf countries, and perhaps some others, should pray for Bashar al-Assad. This is the last security line for them," Lukyanov told journalists on Wednesday, according to Interfax News Agency .

"If Assad's regime collapses, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf countries will be the next targets for the IS," he said.

"There are some 5,000 of the Saudi king's subjects fighting for the IS. Where will they return when the active phase of the confrontation comes to an end there?" Lukyanov said.

M. A.




extremely polite

 " I will continue having very important discussions with President Bashar al-Assad because he is part also of the solution.  President Bashar al-Assad must be part of the solution for easing violence in Syria, and he would continue discussions with him after talks in Damascus earlier this week."

Staffan De Mistura, the UN envoy to Syria, February 2015

  "President Bashar al-Assad looks remarkably relaxed for a man who has been at the centre of the catastrophe that has hit Syria in the last four years.

He is extremely polite, and smiles quite a lot.

But when it comes to defending his record, or the conduct of the Syrian armed forces, he is firm.

He repeated more than once, in different ways, during an interview lasting almost half an hour that as president he has been nothing more than a patriot, fighting to save his country from disaster.

War, he accepted, caused casualties. But Syrian soldiers, also patriots, would, he says, never harm their own people deliberately, as a matter of policy."

Jeremy Bowen, the BBC reporter, February 2015.


 "Syrian President Bashar al-Assad “protected the Christians in Syria.”


US President Barrack Obama, September 12, 2014

Assad has more support


"Assad has more support than any group opposing him. “I'm not really sure we knew what we were doing.”

Brzezinski, the Former U.S. National Security Advisor, February 2015.