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Persuasive interview with President Assad – President Assad’s greatness as a president and his personality –

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Persuasive interview with President Assad – President Assad’s greatness as a president and his personality –
If possible, it would be better to watch the video below until the end. It is a very persuasive video interview with President Assad. Hearing what he says in the video, we can understand very well that President Assad as a president is on a completely different level in terms of personality and greatness as a president compared to Mr. Trump and Abepyon.

If you have don’t have much time to watch the video until the end, please watch the video at 18:30 – 21:51, where the presidents gives a message to Japanese, and at 24:55 – 27:10, where he talks about reconstruction of Syria.

I think that the current Abe administration has no politicians who can make this level of statement.

April 22, 2017
Masatoshi Takeshita

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Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.


Partial English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – April 22, 2017 –

President Assad: No difference between terrorist acts and U.S./Turkey invasion of Syria

In an interview with Sputnik, President Assad, who thinks that there is no difference between terrorist acts and U.S./Turkey invasion in Syria, said as followed.

Sputnik Japan

*“When you talk about the Turkish invasion, when you talk about the American troops – again, it’s an invasion – and when you talk about the terrorists on the ground, it’s one entity, there’s no difference.”

The U.S. has carried out joint operations against Daesh (also known as Islamic State or IS) with the coalition and has supported anti-government terrorists since 2014. The U-S-led coalition is operating in Syria without consent of the legitimate Syrian government.

The Turkey army launched a military operationEuphrates Shield” against Daesh on August 24 last year.

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*This phrase is quoted from http://sana.sy/en/?p=104753

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English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – April 22, 2017 –

President Assad: The U.S. will do everything to topple the Syrian government. They have no morals at all.

President Assad said in an interview with Sputnik that the U.S. will do everything to topple the Syrian government and install a “puppet government.”

Sputnik Japan

According to President Assad, U.S. operation in Syria aims to destabilize Syria.

*“Their aim is to topple the government, and to bring their puppets instead. They will do everything, for them the end justifies the means, no values, no morals at all, anything could,” President Assad said.

The U.S. and their allies claim again and again that solution of the Syrian struggle is impossible as long as Mr. Assad assume the post of president. On the other hand, Russia said that the only way to achieve peace in Syria is to continue discussions on solving the Syrian issue in Geneva and Astana.

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*This paragraph is quoted from http://sana.sy/en/?p=104753.

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English translation of the Japanese version of Sputnik – April 21, 2017 –

President Assad: Syria is 100 percent convinced that terrorists gain chemical weapons from Turkey.

President Assad talked in an interview with Sputnik about the route through which Daeish (Islamic State, IS) got chemical weapons.

Sputnik Japan

When asked where terrorists got chemical weapons, President Assad answered: *“From Turkey. Directly from Turk, and there was evidences regarding this, some of them have been shown on the internet a few years ago.”

According to President Assad, **“The only route for the terrorists to get money, armaments, every logistic support, recruits, and this kind of material, is through Turkey, they don’t have any other way to come from the north.”

President Assad concluded: ***“So, it’s a hundred percent Turkey.”

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*,**, *** These President Assad comments are quoted from http://sana.sy/en/?p=104753.


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Distributed by YouTube – January 20, 2017 –

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