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Bashar al-Assad. British military presence in Syria will make situation worse.

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By Dan Bart | December 6, 2015 11:09 pm

President of Syria, Bashar al-Assad, who recently highly appraised military actions of Russia against ISIS in his country said that airstrikes by British Royal Air Force will not achieve what it intends to accomplish and it will only make matters worse.

You cannot cut out part of cancer. It has to be totally extracted. If cancer is not removed completely it will spread in your body faster.

Again Assad stated that Russia is the only country which has a chance of defeating Islamic militants operating in Syria.

British military presence in Syria will make situation worse

British military presence in Syria will make situation worse

Since September of 2014 last year, 3,000 airstrikes by a US-led coalition have been conducted against ISIS in Syria. Saudi Arabia, Jordan and United Arab Emirates have all taken part in military operation.

According to Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, over 200,000 people have lost their lives in Syria’s civil war.

 

The government of Russian President Vladimir Putin is Assad’s strongest ally and they have joined forces to obliterate Islamic State. In the wake of the Paris terror attacks last month, France has also joined Russia in the bombing

Syrian president, who has been accused in the past be Western media of launching attacks against so-called “moderate groups” currently fighting in Syria’s civil war.

-Western media always talk about: moderate groups in Syria.

Said Assad.

-This is a farce based on reporting misleading factoids instead of facts. Saudi Arabia, military ally of USA has been supporting ISIS terrorists and will continue to do so.”

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