Bashar al-Assad

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Bashar al-Assad (born 1965-09-11) has been president of the Syrian Arab Republic since 2000.

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  • There is no such things as "Islamic terrorism," because terrorism differs from Islam. There's just terrorism, not Islamic terrorism. But the term "Islamic terrorism" has become widespread.[1]

Others about Assad

  • For me he is the last Arab ruler, and Syria is the last Arab country. It is the fortress of the remaining dignity of the Arabs, and that's why I'm proud to be here.
  • My patience ran out on President Assad a long time ago. The reason why is because he houses Hamas, he facilitates Hezbollah, suiciders go from his country into Iraq, and he destabilises Lebanon.

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References

  1. If Sanctions Are Imposed on Syria, the Entire World Will Pay the Price Dec. 2005

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