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BREAKING: Terrorists attack birthplace of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad

The attack comes on President Assad’s birthday.

On 11 September, 1965, Bashar al-Assad was born. His father Hafez al-Assad became the Presidnet of Syria in 1970 and launched the reforms known as The Corrective Period, designed to alleviate the political turbulence of the 1960s.

Upon the death of Hafez in 2000, Bashar won his first Presidential election. He has continued to court the support of Syrians ever since.

Today, terrorists fired missiles at the city of Al-Qurdaha in northeastern Latakia, the birth place of al-Assad and home to many in his extended family.

Extremist Wahhabists clearly intended to ruin a festive occasion for the residents of Al-Qurdaha and Syria more widely although no individuals were struck by the projectiles.

No group has yet come forward to claim responsibility for the attempted atrocity.

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samo war
samo war
September 11, 2017
Simon
Simon
September 11, 2017

For once a symbolic attack that I would NOT blame on the Americans ! Only because it is highly unlikely that the Central “Intelligence” Agency are even aware of Bashar al-Assad’s birthday, or birth place.

Nofearorfavor
Nofearorfavor
Reply to  Simon
September 12, 2017

“highly unlikely that the Central “Intelligence” Agency are even aware of Bashar al-Assad’s birthday and birthplace.”

What about the Mossad?? IMO Assad’s life is now more threatened than ever.

Nofearorfavor
Nofearorfavor
Reply to  Gonzogal
September 13, 2017

Yup…. actually even our every move when connected– whether desktop or phone, is followed…. especially by our ‘friends’ from the big G…

Lisa Karpova
Reply to  Nofearorfavor
September 14, 2017

Mossad = ISIS you can be damn sure they are behind it.

Nofearorfavor
Nofearorfavor
Reply to  Lisa Karpova
September 14, 2017

Ja– they pull the strings, but mostly others and even other nations, take the fall for the unspeakable acts they foist on, in the main an unsuspecting humanity, oblivious of the all powerful and deadly menace orchestrating it all.

mikhas
mikhas
September 11, 2017

The attack originated from northern Latakia which is occupied by Turkish cutthroats and it’s not the first time either. Russia bombed their camp after the previous attack so Erdogan know what awaits his jihadist vermin.

PePas
PePas
September 12, 2017

I don’t get the (new?) voting system on theduran. So is everybody really positive about this attack, or does it just show people care deeply about the subject of the article??

Suzanne Giraud
Suzanne Giraud
Reply to  PePas
September 13, 2017

I agree with you totally.
For this one I must say I did not click – as pissed off with lowlifes to do thsi
No idea what the purpose of the ‘upvote’ would translate – unless simply to ‘like’ the fact that the article was analysed / written..

Nikos Yiasou
Nikos Yiasou
September 12, 2017

‘Chronia polla’ to the wise and great leader of Syria….Bashar al-Assad! Many years of good health to him and all of Syria.

S.M. De Kuyper
S.M. De Kuyper
Reply to  Nikos Yiasou
September 13, 2017

Many years of life and good health to Assad! A good ruler.

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