Assad flees to the embrace of his master on the anniversary of the revolution – Middle East Monitor


On the twelfth anniversary of the wounded Syrian revolution against which those closest to him conspired, the Syrian butcher fled to his protector and master, the de facto president of Syria, to escape the memories of the revolution of those who almost overthrow him and his corruptions. family. The butcher of Syria, Bashar Al-Assad, was about to be destroyed if not for Russian intervention to save him from falling, instead Syria would rather fall into the hands of Russian occupation and sit on the ruins of Syria, rubble and wreck, instead of following in the footsteps of the oppressors before him.

The meeting between the butcher Bashar Al-Assad and the criminal, his defender Vladimir Putin, the pains of the Syrians, those who remained under his rule and were, thanks to his policies, one of the poorest people in the world, those outside of it. control in northern Syria, which he continues to target with bombings, threats and assassinations, or refugees in neighboring countries who suffer various forms of violence, racism and abuse. This is in addition to the threats made by the authorities of these countries to forcibly return them to the fascist authority from which they fled!

Putin bombs Syria blindly – Cartoon [Sarwar Ahmed/MiddleEastMonitor]

Bashar divided Syria into three governments and, with the power he held, lost his legitimacy to represent the Syrians after killing nearly a million Syrians and displacing more than half of the Syrians. He also rejected the Arab interventions when the victory of the revolution was at its height and, instead, resorted to the forces and militias of Iran and Russia. This marginalized Syria from the Arabs and isolated it from its Arab, regional and international environment.

The butcher, Bashar, has said that he would welcome the presence of more Russian forces in Syria, and that their presence should not be “temporary”, meaning that he expressly wants a permanent occupation for his country. This statement is a public acknowledgment of the fragility of his regime, which cannot survive without asking foreign forces to protect it.

The Syrian assassin was not the only one trembling with fear of revolution. The kings and emirs of the other Arab countries were with him. They feared that their people would be caught up in the desire for freedom, dignity and democracy and that the winds of change would reach them, prompting them to attack their thrones and overthrow them all. They immediately allied themselves with the Zionist enemy, who were also disturbed by the revolutions, especially in the surrounding countries, who were the border guards, and they established a center in the UAE from which counter-revolutions were launched against all countries. which saw the Arab Spring. They turned it into a violent autumn, especially in Syria, to intimidate anyone who would dare to organize a protest or even think about it to demand freedom, democracy and a decent life!

The Syrian revolution is the largest Arab revolution ever. Never in history has a nation made the sacrifices the Syrian people made during their revolution that everyone conspired against, to abort and attack. All the hyenas of the world were preying on the body of the wounded Syrian as much as they could take for themselves and fleeing with their prey, causing him to drown in his blood.

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All those who called themselves “friends of Syria” abandoned the suppressed revolution in Syria and, instead, demanded their share of the spoils. If the Syrians remained dependent on God alone, chanting what they said at the beginning of the revolution, “We have no one but God”, and did not give themselves to countries that claimed to support them , and provided them with money and weapons. until they were captives carrying out their orders. In the end, however, they betrayed them and stopped their victory for the sake of regional calculations and for the sake of their countries, which was in Daraa, Aleppo, Homs and Hama.

When we remember that wounded revolution when the Syrian security forces were unable to disperse the demonstrations, despite the bullets they were firing from their guns, after which the army descended with its armored vehicles and with their tank, killing thousands of martyrs. . We see that this is where the course of the peaceful revolution that lasted more than six months changed to an armed revolution in defense of its people. The Syrian authority itself has helped to change this path, placing weapons in front of houses, in the streets and in cafes, and releasing Islamists from prisons to witness the revolution and uprising of the people everywhere throughout Syria. to change into. a completely different scene he planned with great cunning and calculation.

The regime turned the popular revolution, which included all groups of the Syrian people, and influenced the world and sympathized with it into a war against terrorism, claiming that those in charge were armed terrorist groups on these protests, in line with the international tune sung by the West. , so that he would side with him and support him, especially after the rebels managed to make an incredible victory against the Assad army and free many cities, taking them out of the control of the Assad regime. At first, the regime relied on the Hezbollah militia and some of the Shia militias in Iraq and Afghanistan to help it in the war against its people and, when it failed to put an end to the revolution, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard came down and weight under control. the criminal Qasem Soleimani and burned and destroyed entire villages, killed thousands of Syrians, and displaced thousands of Sunni Muslims, which turned into a Sunni-Shia war. Despite all this, they could not stop the revolution, and the Assad regime was doomed to fall if not for the military intervention of Russia, which shifted the balance on the ground, with its planes and missiles that gave the scene to memory. his war on Chechnya and the scorched earth policy, which he also had in place in Syria. Meanwhile, the regime of the murderous Bashar used chemical weapons and barrel bombs against the Syrian people who died under the rubble.

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With the arrival of Russia, the balance began to tilt in favor of Bashar’s regime and the liberated cities began to fall, one after another and, although only 20 percent of the Syrian area was controlled by the regime, about 80 under his control now. percent of it. The revolution was limited to Idlib, and revolutionaries from other cities came to it after international interventions, understandings and agreements between Russia and Turkey. however, Idlib has not overcome Bashar’s militia crimes and the continuous raids carried out by the Russian occupier despite the agreements.

This is the story of the Syrian revolution in a nutshell; the story of the struggle of a great nation that fought for its freedom and dignity and sacrificed everything it has. They sacrificed over 2 million martyrs and wounded, and over 10 million Syrians were expelled from their homeland and their homes.

The Syrian revolution is a revolution that has exposed the treachery and treachery of those closest to Syria and its own people, but the story is not over and the end has not yet been written. Revolutions are like wars, they have rounds and battles, until the last hour comes and the curtain falls. Don’t underestimate the killer Bashar who is still in his job until now, because the emblems of the revolution are still burning in the conscience of every free Syrian, waiting for the moment when these emperors light up. It’s just a matter of time.

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