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رئيس الجمهورية العربية السورية استلم الرئاسة في عام 2000. | The President of Syria and Regional Secretary of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party.
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ARA: بشار حافظ الأسد (11 أيلول / سبتمبر 1965 -)، رئيس الجمهورية العربية السورية، وابن الرئيس السابق حافظ الأسد، استلم الرئاسة في عام 2000 بعد وفاة أبيه إثر استفتاء عام. وهو في ذات الوقت، قائد الجيش والقوات المسلحة السورية منذ عام 2000، والأمين القُطري لحزب البعث العربي الاشتراكي الحاكم في البلاد منذ 1963. قبل دخوله السياسة، كان طبيبا، وتخصص في طب العيون في لندن حتى عودته إلى دمشق عام 1994 بعد وفاة أخيه باسل الأسد في حادث سيارة. إمتازت سياسته ...
مع0ضدّ   في رأيي بشار الأسد طيبة جدا سياسيا. على سبيل المثال ، بسبب... (إذا أردت أن أكتب لماذا ، لقد كتبت هنا), positive
مع21ضدّ   سوريا الحرة, syrandee
مع3ضدّ   go to hell, hussain01
مع2ضدّ   Bashar al Assad está no poder a 11anos em um pequeno país, onde ainda existe pobresa. Não tem competência e nem amor pelo seu povo. Por essa razão não deve continuar a governar., Paulo
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Saudi Arabia arms Syrian rebels via Jordan – report


Saudi Arabia has reportedly sent military equipment to the Free Syrian Army in an attempt “to stop bloodshed by President Bashar Al-Assad’s regime” via Jordan, with the latter officially denying the delivery. ­Information that the military aid was sent came from an unnamed high-level Arab diplomat speaking to Agence France-Presse. However, the Jordanian government has rejected Saturday reports that it allowed Saudi weapons for Syria to transit its territory. Government spokesman Rakan al-Majali told United Press International that the reports were baseless, according ...


Bashar al-Assad seeks avoiding any new commitment


BEIRUT - Future Movement MP Ammar Houri said that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s recent statements reflected an attempt to avoid new commitments, al-Mustaqbal daily reported on Wednesday. He added that Assad renewed his support to the March 8 alliance and its demand, the past month, to keep the obstructing third vote. Houri told the paper that the Syrian regime had two important tests in the coming period. The first would be at the Arab Summit on March 30 in Doha, where Assad would show his stance on the Arab initiative for reconciliation. The second test would be on June 7, when ...


Bashar al-Assad: There is no conflict in the Arab interests


...,and the restoration of Golan is non-negotiable President Bashar al-Assad underlined that there is no conflict in the Arab interests, saying "in the history of the inter-Arab relations there was no genuine disagreement in the interests, but a difference in viewpoints.""The problem is that if two Arab sides disagree on an issue, they will transfer the disagreement into other issues, so this should be a motive to work with methodology in dealing with Arab issues," the President said in a speech to the UAE's Al-Khaleej Newspaper published Sunday. ... "We discussed with Prince Saud ...


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First Shipment of Chemical Weapons Leaves Syria
The first chemicals from Syria’s weapon arsenal were shipped out of the country Tuesday, amid reports that President Bashar Assad will likely run for re-election after nearly three years of civil war. A Danish ship escorted by Russian and Chinese warships left the port of Latakia carrying the most dangerous chemicals in Syria’s arsenal, the BBC reports, in the first stage of the internationally brokered plan to destroy the country’s chemical weapons. The convoy is destined for a port in Italy where the chemicals will be transferred to a U.S. ship that is fitted to destroy the material. The most dangerous chemicals in Syria’s arsenal were to be removed under the plan by the Dec. 31 deadline, but were delayed by weather issues and the ongoing fighting. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons overseeing the process has said it still expects to meet its mid-2014 deadline to rid Syria of its entire arsenal. The United States and Russia negotiated the deal to rid
Syrian Peace Talks On Verge of Collapse
Syrian peace talks in Geneva faltered Friday after the western-backed opposition refused to take part in face-to-face negotiations with President Bashar Assad’s delegation, and Assad’s government threatening to return to Syria unless serious talks began within a day. The two sides will now meet with a U.N. mediator separately after the government rejected the opposition’s demands to begin a process of creating a transitional administration, reports Reuters. “If no serious work sessions are held by (Saturday), the official Syrian delegation will leave Geneva due to the other side’s lack of seriousness or preparedness,” Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem said according to Syrian state television. “The objective is for the first of talks to last until next Friday, but expectations are so low we’ll see how things develop day by day,” Reuters reported a Western diplomat as saying. Syria’s civil war, which began in 2011 with a peaceful uprising a
Syrian Rebels Worried al-Qaeda Co-opting Revolution
USA Today published a fascinating story Tuesday. According to sources who are fighting to topple the regime of Bashar Al-Assad, there is growing concern that al-Qaeda may be “hijacking” the efforts of the rebels for the purpose of establishing a new Islamic state in Syria. The evidence provided in the story is the recent arrest Continue Reading
Syrian Regime Air Raids Kill 90 in Aleppo, Says Watchdog
A day of severe bombing in the Syrian rebel stronghold of Aleppo has left 90 people dead, according to a monitoring group opposed to the regime of President Bashar Assad. The regime’s fresh assault on the northern city came just two days after a first round of peace talks ended without any tangible progress toward ending the three-year civil war. Government forces used barrel bombs, or drums packed with shrapnel and explosives able to level entire buildings in one hit, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The area of Ansari was targeted with 17 air strikes in four hours, CNN reports. Ten fighters from the radical Nusra Front were killed as well. A second round of peace talks is set to begin Feb. 10, but it is unclear whether the Syrian government will return to Geneva. The first round of talks got off to a shaky start, with Secretary of State John Kerry denouncing Syrian human-rights abuses and the Syrian government refusing to hold direct talks with the U.S. unl



 
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