''Syria under the leadership of President Bashar Al-Assad is to be victorious…. and the Syrian Leadership would never be defeated.''

George Galloway, the British renowned MP, Beirut, October 30, 2012.

 

MOSCOW, (ST)_ President Bashar Al-Assad is the “guarantor of the security of national minorities, among them Christians, who have been living in Syria for centuries. By the most conservative estimates, our Western partners quote in confidential contacts, President al-Assad still enjoys support of at least a third of citizens as a man who vowed to prevent Syria's transformation into a state where minorities will be simply unable to live and exist."

Russian Foreign Minister, sergei Lavrov to the Russian Rossiiskaya Gazeta, October 22, 2012.

 

 

CARACAS, (ST)_ "How can I not support the government of Bashar Al-Assad if it is the legitimate government of Syria? Who am I going to back, the terrorists... who run around killing people right and left? The government of the United States is one of the parties most to blame for this disaster in Syria.'' said President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, on October 9, 2012.

President Chavez was re-elected on Monday for a third 6-year consecutive presidential term.

 

M.A. Al-Ibrahim

 

 "How can I not support the government of

Bashar Al-Assad if it is the legitimate government of Syria? Who am I going to back, the terrorists... who run around killing people right and left?''

 President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, October 9, 2012. 

"Syria, given its cool nerves and strong military, and its President Al-Assad is a hundred times more dangerous for Israel than Iran."

Israeli TV Channel 10. March 2012. 

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President Assad is a very cultured man.”  

Gregorios Elias Tabé, 70, the Syrian Catholic archbishop of Damascus, November 2011.

 ''Assad lives in a relatively small house in a normal – albeit guarded – street. He believes that his modest lifestyle is another component of his appeal…from conversations with residents in Damascus at least, it does in fact seem to make Assad somewhat better esteemed by his own people than many other Arab rulers.''

Andrew Gilligan, the Telegraph Journalist, October 30. 2011 

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