Is It The End of The Syrian President?


41 Responses to Is It The End of The Syrian President?

  1. Shakabansh5 January 8, 2012 at 4:10 PM #

    I hope will be ended

  2. Anonymous January 7, 2012 at 9:57 AM #

    For those who say that those protesters are merely puppets or they are being controlled by alien powers. I think they have to look back and see how the number of people was when there were no security forces in in Hama. Hama proves the truth and the real image. Those  are the real Syrian people and the others are just worshipers of a person who will leave sooner or later and it’s only a matter of time. 
    just open the squares for us and you will see how we outnumber you thousands of times.
    you will see Hama in every bit of Syria. 
    Thanks to Mubarak and Ben Ali that they despite of the things and crimes they committed, they saves their countries at the end.

  3. freedom January 6, 2012 at 10:46 PM #

    those who are telling Bullshit here, F*** OFF and go play with kids like u!! Those protesters shown on the TV channels are nothing, syrian population counts around 20 millions,, did anyone see any protest more than 10000?? more than 90% are with Bashar and are against this conspiracy!! Bashar Al Asad is not a terrorist nor a dictator, he is staying and all of u haters shut up please !!!

  4. alassadforever January 6, 2012 at 9:26 PM #

     bashar al assad is staying END OF STORY!

  5. Almotasm3 January 6, 2012 at 12:40 PM #

    Assad days are numbered , his people don,t want him , despite his tactics , bloodshed , carnage ……He’s digging his grave , it is a matter of time .
    I am neither pro or anti Assad as a person but I am anti despots whoever and wherever  they may be …

  6. Fencing Liverpool January 5, 2012 at 12:39 PM #

    His people don’t support him, he has been putting down rebellions for months

    They don’t want thier nation to end up like Iraq, or the Gulf States

  7. promotional gifts January 5, 2012 at 11:08 AM #

    Ok so there’s this guy I like on facebook and I want to know some funny
    jokes to tell him or maybe something really funny that he’ll be laughing

  8. seo comapny January 5, 2012 at 11:01 AM #

    I’m looking for speeches of Syrian president Bashaar Al Assad. I don’t
    care if it’s in English or Arabic. Anything is good. Can people help me
    find them.

  9. kaiss Jarkass January 5, 2012 at 2:20 AM #

    Very funny! I am ashamed of these people! Stupid fanatics led by a crazy religious clown called Adnan Al-“Ar’our (Blood-sucking vampire, Dracula). These are Wahabi plus Al-Qaida and the butchers of Muslim Brotherhood. The marvelous Syrian people (more than 80 %) supports his young reformist leader Dr. Bashar Al-Asad! 

  10. Saraabel18 January 3, 2012 at 5:07 PM #

    I like All I saw during Arab Awakening except Syrian Protesters. They are puppet of USA & Israel. They don’t deserve to be protesters. They are paid by Americans. Shame on them, Bravo Assad U R such a great President any body wish  to have. Bravo Egyptian protesters,  Tunisian protesters,  Saudi protesters, Bahrain Protesters,  Yemen Protesters. The World Is Proud of U. But shame of you for the so called “Syrian protesters” who want to sell your country and flag for Dollar Just to be seen on BBC & CNN on the channel of Zionists and on the channel of Enemies of Arabs. I some  times admire Israelis Just because They don’t want to sell their Country for Money instead they are ready to die to take the land of others.   

  11. Anasko85 January 2, 2012 at 5:52 PM #

    I really wonder why always the Arab rulers choose the miserable end not only for their selves but also to their people. Think of Saddam, Gadhafi and the coming end for Syria’s president; don’t you think that they are themselves who brought the American and NATO invasion to their countries. 
    I want to tell those tyrants: please be be merciful, if not with yourselves but with your people. it’s OK that you sucked your peoples’ blood, you emptied your peoples pockets, you acted a good play in defending the Arab cause, you did and did etc… . please it’s enough, leave and leave your people live peacefully; we can’t afford more than that. for the Assad supporters, I want to tell them that do not be participants in this crime. Allah created a lot of wise and faithful people whom we can choose or elect as our representatives.  

  12. Waleed 313 January 2, 2012 at 11:41 AM #

    Assad and his cronies are Alawies, who are Kafir, non believing scum who rule over the majority Sunni Muslims. They do not represent the masses but oppress them. This scum  were placed in power by the leaving coloniest powers so there would be no justice for the people or future of the country. Those writing in to defend Assad and his ilk are as bad as the ruling elite.

  13. Ahmad Alwani January 2, 2012 at 7:00 AM #

    Those people ,Mr. Mave, called HOMSESE, the purest people of SYRIA.
    IF u are in Syria u can go there and learn some morals, that even thousands of Sara’s letters will not teach some one has your mentality.
    Absolutely you are one of them, Mr Mave, those who betrayed the blood of freedom martyrs. If you have a single sense of Humanity you won’t utter such rubbish talks (crying for the moon !!)
    What a dirt you have in your mind SOB.
    By the way, 70-80 % of the Syrian People want BASHAR + MAHER + ALL ASSAD Family to stay inside Syria for REVENGE..
    Jaiyinkom jaiyinkom.. fi okor darkom jaiyinkom.. Inshalla..

  14. Ahmad Alwani January 2, 2012 at 6:02 AM #

    Dear friends of Sara..
    Bashar Assad regime tries to tear the strong bonds among Syrian people by killing and kidnapping innocent citizens and claim that armed gangs are killing them.
    Simply saying, no MEDIA is allowed to enter Syria and if allowed then restricted and controlled by the WORST security forces in the world.
    Syria will rise again.
    Long live Syria.. Bashar Assad go to Hell.


    • basharalassadforeverMN7IBAK January 6, 2012 at 9:28 PM #

      longgg live syria AL ASSAD! syriaa will rise again when ur 3mos and relatives stop killing in syria ALL OF THE SHOOHDA2 ARE THE JAISHHHH THE WHOLE JAISH IS GETTING KILLED SO HOW ARE THEY POSSIBLY KILLING PEOPLE????? SOOOO MANY PEOPLE CONFESED (IRHABEEN)

  15. Ahmad Alwani January 2, 2012 at 5:56 AM #

    Basha Assad and all criminals go to HELL inshalla..

  16. Ooppss! January 1, 2012 at 9:57 PM #

    BASHAR with his rooten regime is the worst dictator Ive ever seen..YES his end is coming soon facing the equality for killing innocent people..kids and women>

  17. muhammad January 1, 2012 at 7:44 PM #

    ????? ?????? ?????? ???? ?????? the death for bashaar of donkey

  18. afzal January 1, 2012 at 7:04 PM #

    Can any of my Arab friends TRANSLATE the speech in this video in ENGLISH. We should not go by the Version which is portrayed on the ribbon below I guess. Coz we all know 9/11 was an inside Job but still the BBC, CNN, Fox…used to show the same Clip of Osama with his finger raised while the speech was muted and there would be some silly ENGLISH translation fodder for the Maniacs. Not willing to fall prey to it again. Plz Help !

  19. Bouhajar January 1, 2012 at 4:22 PM #

    The thruth is that: already four Arab dictators have gone during 2011 , some others will leave a %100 this year  , where Bashar Al-Asad is surely one of them , this is the law of life . Dictators usually choose by themselves the worest end for thier reguims .   

  20. Al Asad ma bemoot January 1, 2012 at 3:38 PM #

    I wish that all of those non-syrian here who hate Bashar do really care about Palestine (the main islamic cause) and declare their condemn to israel and its supporters as much as they are talking abt syria now!! Bashar Al Asad is one of the few men in this time who stood against israel and he will not go as what you think,, God bless you Bashar we are all with you

    • Jawadalhomsi January 1, 2012 at 3:47 PM #


  21. Maverick970 January 1, 2012 at 3:37 PM #

    Please comment on my words only, not on what you think is my intention. Your comment contained nothing which could be considered a good reply to my comment. Who told you that Bashar is my beloved? Didn’t I say I’m not one of his fans? Why are you accusing me of fear and cowardice? Please, I give up. I’m not keen on engaging in a slanging match. I would like to talk to someone, who is quick on the uptake, and is capable of conducting in-depth discussions, which address the mind rather than the emotions. Such discussions would be mutually rewarding.

  22. Syrian Eagel January 1, 2012 at 2:59 PM #

    Syrian people is the greatest people in the world
    and they will win insha alllah
    did you hear in the histroy that one dectator winaginst his people even if he is criminal

  23. Sambak January 1, 2012 at 2:56 PM #

    It is not a Joke Sara politic have nothing to do here usealy you send jokes or moral stories and not politic I like president Bashar Al-Asad and every budy ho work against Israel and all this peopol ho are on the street are controled by sum peopole ho are paid by Sionist

    • Mariem_hesham January 1, 2012 at 6:19 PM #

      Really? you think so? so Mubarak was also against israel and the egyptians were controlled by some “ZIONIST not Sionist”.  and as a matter of fact this is very suitable to this site since it is inspirational. It gives hope to lots of people whom you are obviously not part of. and quite honestly do you think that large amount of people sacrificed themselves for money

      • Sweetbeat2004 January 1, 2012 at 9:14 PM #

        was mubarak against isreal? What are you talking, who closed Rafah border? wasn’t egypt the favourite place for isrealin tourist?

        • Mariem_hesham January 3, 2012 at 6:45 PM #

          I was being sarcastic obviously

    • Aboahmad January 2, 2012 at 6:23 AM #

      My friend Sambak ,Bashar the criminal was acting as if he is against israel to stay in power .to keep his own people busy and not to revolt against him, He is the  worse dictator ever the history seen and witinssed.soon will go to dustbin of history   

    • Amen January 3, 2012 at 3:30 PM #

      shut up sambak , u proud of urself u like a killer i hate you and him and all human monsters

  24. Alsmadi January 1, 2012 at 2:44 PM #

    Inshaa Allah it is the very soon end
    yel3an roo7ak ya 7afez w yel3an w ye7reg roo7 7ay w mayyet ya Bashar el pig

  25. raed January 1, 2012 at 1:52 PM #

    of course no it’s not the end of president Bashar Al asad you know wthat is meaning of al-asad in arabic language so think twice about this case………thanks
    me i like Bashar al-asad and i hate terrorists u know who i mean!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  26. Abier January 1, 2012 at 11:39 AM #

    i definitely think it is… in shaa Allah it’s the end of the Syrian tyrant! 

  27. Mr Kamal January 1, 2012 at 8:54 AM #

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  28. Maverick970 January 1, 2012 at 8:27 AM #

    No, I don’t think it is the end of Bashar Al-Assad. I think those people are crying for the moon. I am a Syrian, and I know very well that Assad’s supporters – though I’m not one of them – outnumber by far those you see in this clip. At least 70 – 80 % of the Syrian people want Bashar Al-Assad to stay.

    • Reef January 1, 2012 at 9:12 AM #

      Talk is cheap. But fear and cowardice should not stop you from appreciating the exemplary bravery of these protesters who face sudden death at every turn just to stand up to the tyranny of your beloved Bashar. 

      ‘Allah is the light of the heavens and the earth.”Do not prostrate yourselves to the moon or the sun but to Allah who created them.’

      ‘Who then has the least power against Allah, if His will were to destroy Christ the son of Mary, his mother, and all every – one that is on the earth?’
      (extracts from the Holy Quran)

      • Maverick970 January 1, 2012 at 3:39 PM #

        Please comment on my words only, not on what you think is my intention. Your comment contained nothing which could be considered a good reply to my comment. Who told you that Bashar is my beloved? Didn’t I say I’m not one of his fans? Why are you accusing me of fear and cowardice? Please, I give up. I’m not keen on engaging in a slanging match. I would like to talk to someone, who is quick on the uptake, and is capable of conducting in-depth discussions, which address the mind rather than the emotions. Such discussions would be mutually rewarding.

        • Mariem_hesham January 6, 2012 at 9:56 AM #

          well Gaddhafi’s son was in control of the army, and Gaddahfi brought foreigners to fight with him. in the end he was killed by the protesters. you know what i am egyptian and i was in tunis when those protests happened. one thing i learned from these two revolutions is that nothing is impossible for God. One day we shall see the end of this tyrant

    • Maya Mohammed January 1, 2012 at 9:21 AM #

      it does not matter, those that are oppressed will be victorious at the end, numbers do not matter, Allah has the power to remove Bashaar Al-Assad and every kalb like him from power, as long as the people have faith in Allah they will be victorious b ithnillah, inshaALLAH, it does not matter if their numbers are less

      -also a Syrian

      • Maverick970 January 1, 2012 at 2:59 PM #

        I don’t like emotive discourse. I said before I’m not one of Assad’s fans. The people I saw in the clip are asking for freedom and democracy, and I wholeheartedly sympathize with them. But one of the simplest rules of democracy is that the one who has the largest number of supporters will finally get the upper hand. Am I right or wrong?

        • Reef January 1, 2012 at 7:42 PM #

          If you want to engage in a serious discussion this is not the place. Your first comment did not show a good intention to discuss as you started it with a weird statement which many people here will find insulting. Can you explain what you mean by ‘people crying for the moon’ ?