Funny how Dr. Bashar al Assad instantly became a dictator in 2011 Before that he was Respected

Even Vogue magazine made a great article on the first lady.

Also, he is overwhelmingly supported by his people, has never raised a hand or word against the West, foreigners have always been welcome in Syria, he was democratically elected, by over 78% of eligible voters (and the election was monitored by people from numerous countries around the world).
All Syrians are equal, free medical, education, prior to the invasion, Damascus was one of the top 5 safest cities on earth. Doesn’t fit my definition of a dictator.
>>>>>> Truth about Syria and al Assad About Syria
• The Assad family belongs to the tolerant Islam of Alawid orientation.
• Syrian women have the same rights as men to study, health and education.
• Syria women are not forced to wear the burqa. The Sharia (Islamic law) is unconstitutional.
• Syria is the only Arab country with a secular constitution and does not tolerate Islamic extremist movements.
• Roughly 10% of the Syrian population belongs to one of the many Christian denominations, all fully integrated into Syrian political and social life.
• In other Arab countries, the Christian population is less than 1% due to sustained hostility.
• Syria has banned genetically modified (GMO) seeds, stating his decision was made in order “to preserve human health,”
• Syria has an opening to Western society and culture like no other Arab country.
• Its media and universities openly debate the global power elite’s influence in things. This means that they fully grasp the fact that real power in the West lies not in the White House but rather with the complex and powerful grid of elite think-tanks and central banks.
• Throughout history, there have been five popes of Syrian origin. Religious tolerance is unique in the area.
• Prior to the current civil war, Syria was one of the only peaceful countries in the area, having avoided major wars or internal conflicts.
• Syria was the only country that admitted Iraqi refugees without any social, political or religious discrimination
• Syria clearly and unequivocally opposes Zionism and the Israel government.
• Following a massive oil find in Syria’s Golan Heights, occupied by Israel since 1967, Netanyahu recently asked Obama to recognize its annexation of the territory. To consolidate its hold, plans are afoot to quadruple Israeli settler numbers to 100,000.
And the most two important points:
• Syria is one of the only countries in the Middle East without debts to the International Monetary Fund ( Pre-invasion Libya & Iran the only others )
• Syria is the only Mediterranean country which remains the owner of its oil company, with an oil reserve of 2,500 million barrels, the operation of which has avoided privatization and is reserved exclusively for state-owned enterprises.
So now ask yourself, why are we truly attempting to overthrow yet another government? What are we hoping to fix here? If the recent invasions and illegal assassinations of Presidents like Qaddafi and Saddam have taught us anything, it should be the understanding of the blow back effect of such lawless actions by the West and the vacuum of chaos that always supersedes it.
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Since the False Flag Chemical hoax – Syria is now recognized as a common Article 2 conflict in Geneva Conventions. That is an international armed conflict
When the real story comes out, Syria will be remembered in history as the one who stood against many for righteousness, liberty, and truth.
“There is not and never was a revolution or civil war in Syria.
IT IS NOT A CIVIL WAR. It is a multi-phase coordinated attack led by USA/Israel, Saudi, Qatar, and Turkey.
First, apx 1 million Christians pushed into Syria and as many other refugees as possible to strain the people and government (Syria has accepted many refugees with open arms)
[2nd] Then recruitment and placement of CIA assets throughout the country, many Turkish Americans seeded throughout Syria. Observations are sent to expert foreign analysts. The info is studied, and a plan is formulated on the best way to topple the government and destroy the country. What Syrians can be used, who poses a threat, no one? The threat was created. ISIS, IL, ISIL AI, AS, e.g.
[3rd] Plant foreign spies, employ people to serve the destructive agenda and murder.
[4]. When US Congress allots $500 million provide arms, instigate, incite, then attack,
[5] when we fail to send al Assad into hiding or kill him we deploy the elite killers we have been training in the USA, Saudi Qatar, Turkey, Israel; and Jordan.
[6]. Start the media and propaganda war. Let out the films to get support for the attack, and to demonize another world leader standing in the way of Israel.
Add 100s of millions of “state of the art weapons” into the playing field, … Smuggle chemical and bio weapons, use them, and blame al Assad.
I AM SYRIAN – I know first hand what is going on, it is criminal, and involves world domination, depopulation, destruction, division & Israeli foreign policy for profit and control. War profiteers, and US dollar, and banking.
I. Syria (President Dr. Bashar Alassad) refused a cash bribe to run a Saudi/Qatar pipeline.
II. Syrian doesn’t have a Rothschild bank.
III. Israel sold or contracted with Rupert Murdoch & Cheney to do Mineral exploration on Israeli-occupied Syrian land.
IV. Syria is not bound by the Petro dollar.
V. Syria is the link between Asia and the Europe also the launch pad to destroy Iran and keep Iraq in ruin. – Fredi Hazeem, Dec 2015 & April 2017
The al Assad’s are a great family, and heroes to Syrians, and the last true Arab leader standing that truly cares for his people. If he falls the Arab world falls.’


Bashar’s mother, Anisa, was married to Hafez Assad, Bashar’s father and predecessor, who died in 2000.
The Makhlouf family gained wealth and status through Anisa’s marriage to Hafez, taking on contracts in key industries, among them telecommunications, banking, and oil. Anisa’s nephew, Rami, is regarded as Syria’s wealthiest man, worth some $5 billion.
Anisa is said to be an influential figure within the regime despite keeping an extremely low profile over the years (she was not even seen during coverage of her husband’s funeral). Syrian writer Ayman Abdel Nour, who went to college with Bashar, says there was the distance between Bashar and his father and that Anisa was “the mother and father and mentor of the family.”
The first lady
Asma Akhras al-Assad
Asma al-Assad is the Syrian-British wife of the president. Born to a cardiologist father and a diplomat mother, she grew up in London, where she was known by friends and classmates as “Emma.”
Asma graduated from King’s College in London with a degree in computer science. She worked for JP Morgan as an investment banker before marrying Bashar in 2000, six months after he became president.

Experts say it's uncertain exactly how much influence first lady Asma al-Assad holds in Syria.

Her influence remains unclear. Andrew Tabler, a Syria expert who knew Asma al-Assad and worked with her told CNN: “No one can say what’s happening behind closed palace doors, but I doubt she feels she has any control or would ultimately have much influence over what her husband is doing.”
The last major profile of her was by Vogue in spring 2011; however, a cache of emails recently leaked to CNN shed deep light on the first lady’s personal life over the past year, amidst the civilian uprisings taking place in her country. One e-mail features an apparent request to a friend for the latest “Harry Potter” DVD. Another series of e-mails features exchanges about shopping for high-end jewelry, furniture, and art.
The younger brother
Maher al-Assad
Maher al-Assad is Bashar’s youngest brother and considered by many to be the second most powerful man in Syria. He oversees two of the Syrian army’s strongest units: the Republican Guard, which protects the regime in Damascus, and the elite Fourth Armored Division, which suppressed the early uprisings in the southern part of Syria.
A hard-liner with a reputation for being cruel and moody, according to television channel France 24, Maher allegedly shot his brother-in-law, Asef Shawkat, in the stomach during an argument in the presidential palace in 1999.
A New York Times profile on Maher reports that many Syrians who know him say he has a sharp intellect as well as a harsh and ruthless nature. He has apparently attempted to restructure Syria’s military and intelligence so that both entities reflect his persona.
The older sister
Bushra al-Assad
Bushra al-Assad is the eldest of al-Assad’s five siblings. A pharmacist by training, she is said to be very intelligent. She also had a close relationship with her late father.
Described by one insider as “ruthless,” Bushra, like her mother, brandishes influence in the Assad inner sanctum and stays out of the public eye. A profile of Bushra in Mideast Monitor said although “she shuns the spotlight, her behind-the-scenes political influence has been decisive at times.”
There have been reports of tension between Bushra and her sister-in-law Asma. Bushra is said to disapprove of Asma’s public appearances in Syrian society, according to French newspaper Le Monde.
In 1995, Bushra married Asef Shawkat, a military officer 10 years older and a divorced father of five. Despite her family’s staunch objections to the union — her brother Maher apparently had Asef imprisoned on several occasions to keep them apart — they eventually accepted Asef into their circle, where he was appointed head of the army’s intelligence services for a time.
Bushra has four children, all named after members of her family: Bushra, Maher, Basel and Anisa.
The brother-in-law
Asef Shawkat
Shawkat was once in charge of the army’s intelligence services, eventually becoming deputy chief-of-staff of Syria’s armed forces. He is said to be one of Bashar’s close allies, although there are reports that he was demoted after Hezbollah military commander Imad Mugniyeh was assassinated in Damascus in 2008.
According to Mideast Monitor, Shawkat and Maher were once locked in a power struggle over who had the ear of the president. Bushra is said to have interceded, easing tensions and resolving the dispute.
[Update: July 18, 2012] Shawkat was killed in a blast at a national security building in Damascus during a meeting of ministers and security officials, state TV reported.
The lost brothers
Basel al-Assad
Majd al-Assad
Not much is known about the president’s brother Majd, who in 2009 died from “a long illness” at age 43, according to Syria’s official news agency SANA. Majd, like many other members of his family, remained out of the public eye.
Basel al-Assad was 31 years old when he died in a 1994 car accident, crashing his Mercedes on a city highway in Damascus.
Known to have been charismatic and outgoing, Basel was older than Bashar and groomed to be his father’s heir apparent, according to The Guardian.
Upon news of his brother’s death, Bashar was brought back to Damascus to undergo military training to eventually take his brother’s place as successor to their father’s role as president. At the time, Bashar was studying ophthalmology in London.

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