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    Syrian People still have same demand: 'We Want To Overthrow Assad'

    Zaman A Wasl | 2017-11-23 03:10:27
    Syrian People still have same demand: 'We Want To Overthrow Assad'



    By Editor-in-Chief

    (Zaman Al Wasl)- One of the most tragic facts that the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad will stay in power. 

    One of the most brutal rulers in history who has killed half million Syrians and displaced 11 millions more will not survive accountability even if all bloods and efforts to oust him have failed. Even if the international and regional powers push to keep Assad and his totalitarian regime.

    The Syrian people will continue their revolution to seize their freedom and dignity from the claws of the war criminals who pounded their own people with chemical weapons and Banned cluster bombs. 
     
    Meanwhile, the Russian President Vladimir Putin is mobilizing support for his post-war agenda in Syria before the Sochi Peace Congress in the Black Sea resort city. Such a move sparks the fears of Syrian people.  

    Assad’s warm visit to Putin and the sickening hug between the sincere allies in Sochi on Monday was telling  a nightmare for Syrians: 'Assad is saying'.

    Assad said at a videotaped meeting with Putin’s top generals he had passed to Putin (Syrians) greetings and gratitude for all of the efforts that Russia made to save Syria. Assad wanted to tell Putin that ‘mission is accomplished. Thank you, because of you I still the president. No matter what the cost is. I still the president.’

    Putin’s major diplomatic push to end the Syrian war in Sochi congress will not end the Syrian revolution to oust the Assad regime. 

    The opposition figures who bravely defied the regional and the International pressure to Accept Assad in the transitional period will continue their peaceful fight to oust him sooner or later. They will stick to their demand that Assad must leave power.

    The stricken people will not accept Putin’s framework for the future of Syria. His planned elections under United Nations supervision will bring Assad again to power. 

    It's been seven years since Daraa’s boys engraved on their school walls ‘The People Want To Overthrow The Regime’. This demand is still our priority, even if it will take seven more years of struggle.


    Keywords:  Syria Assad
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