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Assad Vows to Liberate Syria, Attacks Foreign Support for ISIS Terrorists

21st Century Wire says…

Assad is not looking to give the terrorists a way out any time soon.

Watch a video of this report here:

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has vowed to liberate the whole of Syria from the invading terrorist forces:

“Regardless of whether we can do that or not, this is a goal we are seeking to achieve without any hesitation,”

“It makes no sense for us to say that we will give up any part.”

Assad also took the time to attack the foreign support for the terrorists that are destroying Syria, saying that the Syrian government and Russian forces could easily “put an end to this problem in less than a year” if the terrorists’ supply routes from Turkey, Jordan and Iraq were severed:

“The main battle is about cutting the road between Aleppo and Turkey, for Turkey is the main conduit of supplies for the terrorists,”

Turkey should probably now be designated a state sponsor of terrorism for its abhorrent support for the destabilising forces in Syria, and its intimate involvement with the ISIS oil trade.

Moreover, Assad rightly accused Europe of being responsible for the refugee crisis, as numerous European nations have been supporting the terrorists attempting to overthrow his government:

“[European governments] have been a direct cause for the emigration of these people, by giving cover to terrorists in the beginning and through sanctions imposed on Syria,”

“I would like to ask every person who left Syria to come back,”

“They would ask ‘why should I come back? Has terrorism stopped?”

Speaking of the much publicised peace talks in Geneva, which are actually nothing more than a plan of action for the future, Assad said this:

“[We] fully believed in negotiations and in political action since the beginning of the crisis.”

“However, if we negotiate, it does not mean that we stop fighting terrorism. The two tracks are inevitable in Syria.”

The Syrian Arab Army is leading the global fight against terrorism with the support of Russia, and the two forces are currently engaged in a battle to liberate the city of Aleppo.

What do you think it will take to end this foreign support for terrorism in Syria?


  • QV3

    A Scandinavian minister admitted the West needs continuous wars and uprising to stay alive.
    Tough task for the ophthamologist Assad to achieve his aims.