H.E. President Bashar Al-Assad's recent inauguration speech has indeed been a sharp cry in the face of injustice, hypocrisy, illegitimacy and terror. H.E. President Al-Assad described the ongoing against Syria and the Syrian People in his landmark historic speech as:

    The war waged against the Syrian people is a dirty war.

    Despite all the injustice and the pain inflicted on every Syrian household, and despite all the blood and destruction, Syrians didn’t give up or give in. 

    We derive strength from adversity; the increased pressures drive us to be more defiant. We face attempts to humiliate us with more pride, dignity and self-confidence.

    This country that has faced invaders since the dawn of history – the last of whom were the French colonizers who left less than seven decades ago – is still alive and capable of standing fast, building and regenerating life from the throes of catastrophes.

    The aggression we face is not aimed at individuals or governments – as it appeared to some in the beginning, but rather at the structure of the country and its role, and conditioning the way people think in the long-term, to mere cattle driven by remote control.

    This aggression aims to preoccupy our people with never ending conflicts that last for generations rather than focusing on our national aspirations and greater prosperity, and strengthening our society and state.

    It was never intended to rid people of their problems, as was claimed and believed by the naïve. On the contrary, they rejoice in the weaknesses of any Arab society because they want to see these societies remain backward and dependent on them.

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The Syrian unique model of popular democracy has proved itself to be indeed the essence of the Syrian political system, structure, mentality and life approach. When all the ewes and greedy colonialist powers have been executing a bloody scheme as to impose their own pre-fabricated forms of lackey and yes-half-men of darkness, ignorance, extremism, terrorism, submission slaves, the Syrians as their habits and traditions opted only for their own-made choices and future. The multi-candidate presidential elections recently held in Syria have been focused at in H.E. President Bashar Al-Assad's Inauguration discourse as:

    For the enemies of our homeland, these elections were the instruments they had been waiting for to delegitimize the state and to show the Syrian people as weak, disunited and unable to rule themselves or make independent decisions; all of this to create a justification for foreign intervention which they could legitimize under several pretexts.

    For the Syrians they were a true declaration of belonging to our homeland that transcended far beyond an identity card or a passport. They were a battle to defend our sovereignty, legitimacy, national decision-making and the dignity of our people. The huge turnout was a referendum in favour of sovereignty against all forms of terrorism.

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According to Scott C. Davis, a US Writer& Journalist in May, 2007,  “Syrians spoke most fervently on Bashar al-Assad’s respect for law. '' The president came to Aleppo,” one woman told me. He was driving his car, and the light turned red, and he stopped!” In Aleppo, as any observer knows, Bashar al-Assad was probably the only driver on the road who obeyed the traffic laws'' this is but an example cited by an American. Actually there are hundreds of examples by Syrians, who are indeed touched deeply by the rare and unique morality, modesty and humanity of H.E. President Bashar Al-Assad.

In his recent inauguration historic speech, H.E. gave the nation a moral ethical code of honor and morals. President Al-Assad outlined that:

    Moving forward towards the future cannot happen if we do not deal in all truthfulness and transparency with the root causes of the present situation.

    In as much as we have proudly witnessed a patriotic people.

     it has been equally painful and disgraceful that there are parts of our population -albeit a small portion -that were the foundation upon which this war was based, who made it possible for foreign terrorists to enter the country and who facilitated foreign economic, political and military intervention in Syria thus impinging on our sovereignty.

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According to Scott C. Davis, a US Writer& Journalist in May, 2007,  “Syrians spoke most fervently on Bashar al-Assad’s respect for law. '' The president came to Aleppo,” one woman told me. He was driving his car, and the light turned red, and he stopped!” In Aleppo, as any observer knows, Bashar al-Assad was probably the only driver on the road who obeyed the traffic laws'' this is but an example cited by an American. Actually there are hundreds of examples by Syrians, who are indeed touched deeply by the rare and unique morality, modesty and humanity of H.E. President Bashar Al-Assad.

In his recent inauguration historic speech, H.E. gave the nation a moral ethical code of honor and morals. President Al-Assad outlined that:

    Moving forward towards the future cannot happen if we do not deal in all truthfulness and transparency with the root causes of the present situation.

 In as much as we have proudly witnessed a patriotic people.

     it has been equally painful and disgraceful that there are parts of our population -albeit a small portion -that were the foundation upon which this war was based, who made it possible for foreign terrorists to enter the country and who facilitated foreign economic, political and military intervention in Syria thus impinging on our sovereignty.

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H.E. President Bashar Al-Assad has recently taken  the Constitutional Oath for a New 7-year Presidential Term. For the majority of the Syrians who elected him he is indeed the Oath because the Syrians infinite trust in him is indeed sacred. H.E. has been defending all against every injustice, evil, aggression and terrorism.

President Bashar Al-Assad won a third 7-year presidential term with the absolute majority: 10 million, 319 thousand and 723 voters voted President Al-Assad with an 88,7 percentage.11 million, 634 thousand and 412 Syrians participated in the balloting process. 15 million, 845 thousand and 575 Syrians were eligible for voting. 442108 balloting papers were considered invalid, according to the Supreme Constitutional Court.

You have been steadfast and committed to your homeland, president Al-Assad said to the Syrians in his historic inauguration speech on this glorious day in Syria's modern history. You are one people with one heart, added H.E. President Al-Assad to his own people, who wanted, decided and implemented what they aspired to practicing democracy and voting for their constitution and parliament.

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