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Syrian President Bashar Assad paid a daring and unexpected visit to one of the recently-liberated Eastern Ghouta towns.

Photos published by the Syrian Presidency shows Assad amid a group of the soldiers who are battling against Islamist militants in the area.

Nearly a month ago, the government forces launched an onslaught against the insurgent of East Ghouta. Ever since, up to 80% of the longtime rebel-held enclave.

 

 

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Solman
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Assad is the only hope for syria. Sytia will be much worse than Lybia Without him

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President Assad is a true leader of his people and his unassuming manner only serves to reinforce his aura if civil authority.

A courageous man indeed.

Bravo

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George Hurghes

Syria is better under Assad rule than a jihadists terrorists militants.

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Stern Daler

Absolutely.

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he always seemed like a good guy to me.

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jmNZ

Truly a man of the people, acknowledging that is the ordinary men of Syria that will save their country.

cbrown
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Other player have no skin in the game. They’re not even using their own money.

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Stern Daler

He truly has guts.

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USA and NATO make love not make war…….

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Usa and NATO make love not make war……..