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of Syrian History for YOU to CHOOSE from:
CBC News Toronto – Syrian Revolution
(April 28, 2011)SyrianCanadian
Syrians rally in support of Assad CCTV News
(October 27, 2011)cctvnewschannel
DAMASCUS, Oct. 26 (Xinhua) — Tens of thousands of Syrians rallied Wednesday in support for President Bashar al-Assad hours before the arrival of an Arab League (AL) ministerial delegation that aimed at finding ways to end the months-long crisis in the country.
The Umayyad Square in the capital of Damascus and nearby streets were packed with supporters of Assad, who is up against blistering international criticism over his alleged bloody crackdown on protest movement.
The crowds, waving Syrian flags and hoisting posters of Assad, shouted slogans such as “God, Syria and only Bashar,” while others carried banners, some of which read “Yes to the process of reforms launched by President Assad.”
Syrians took to streets to demonstrate solidarity with Assad in the face of the criticize by the United States against our people, Dr. Jamal Abbas, a professor in the Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering in Damascus, told Xinhua.
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by the MMM (Mainstream Media Matrix)
HUGE PRO GADDAFI RALLY in Tripoli – Raw Footage
(july 1, 2011)108morris108
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