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  • Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

    Foreign agents of influence are trying to stir up sh!t in Syria now but I am confident Assad will prevail. He is deeply popular and most of the protesting is limited to a few thousand in one city that is suffering from a drought. Long live President Bashar al-Assad, friend of the Armenian people!!!










    Last edited by Federate; 04-01-2011, 04:54 PM.
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    Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

    Syria riots: Syrian-Armenians support President Bashar al-Assad


    Riots are extending in Syria, spreading from the south to the towns of Latakia, Homs, Hama, Armenia's Consul General to Aleppo, Ashot Manoukyan told Panorama.am. He noted that the situation in Aleppo is normal.

    “Young people in Aleppo hold car marches in support of the Syrian President and the current regime,” according to the Consul General.

    According to him, the Armenians are safe in Aleppo since “the situation in the north is calm.”

    “Syrian-Armenians unanimously back the state power since Armenians are privileged in Syria, they have their schools and churches. It is only Armenians who have the possibility of teaching in their native tongue,” the Consul General said.

    Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is going to address the people today, giving assessment to Syria events and explaining the goals of the planned reforms, ITAR-TASS reported.

    Manoukyan noted that President Bashar al-Assad has carried out a series of reforms lately, including a salary increase, land reforms, social security benefits. Nevertheless, according to Manoukyan, the protesters are not satisfied, and the riots continue.

    Note that Syrian-Armenians staged a protest Sunday outside the Embassy of Syria in Armenia to support Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

    http://www.panorama.am/en/politics/2...sts-in-siriya/
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      Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

      Syrian-Armenians support President Bashar al-Assad




      Rap about Armenia and Syria (in Armenian and Arabic)


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        Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

        Assad's visit to Armenia




        Serge Sargsyan's visit to Syria




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          Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

          Armenians have lived comfortably in Syria under Assad - a revolution by those rebels might bring a more Islamic and anti-Armenian regime. Though if they get him to just remove the Emergency laws, then it's not so bad.
          Մեկ Ազգ, Մեկ Մշակույթ
          ---
          "Western Assimilation is the greatest threat to the Armenian nation since the Armenian Genocide."

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            Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

            Originally posted by Mos View Post
            Armenians have lived comfortably in Syria under Assad - a revolution by those rebels might bring a more Islamic and anti-Armenian regime. Though if they get him to just remove the Emergency laws, then it's not so bad.
            I totally agree! I hope Armenia-Syria relations with flourish as much as the Armenian community of Syria has over the decades.



            Fun diplomatic facts:

            - The Armenian embassy in Syria was the first Armenian embassy to be opened (1992).
            - The first international visit by an Armenian president was to Syria (1993).
            - Armenia has a consulate general in Aleppo (Haleb) (1993).
            - The Syrian embassy in Armenia (1997) is located a few meters away from the presidential palace.
            - First president of Armenia Levon Ter-Petrosyan is born in Haleb.
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              Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

              Originally posted by Federate View Post
              I totally agree! I hope Armenia-Syria relations with flourish as much as the Armenian community of Syria has over the decades.

              Fun diplomatic facts:

              - The Armenian embassy in Syria was the first Armenian embassy to be opened (1992).
              - The first international visit by an Armenian president was to Syria (1993).
              - Armenia has a consulate general in Aleppo (Haleb) (1993).
              - The Syrian embassy in Armenia (1997) is located a few meters away from the presidential palace.
              - First president of Armenia Levon Ter-Petrosyan is born in Haleb.
              All positive facts minus LTP.... 4 out of 5 ain't bad.
              "Nobody can give you freedom. Nobody can give you equality or justice or anything. If you're a man, you take it." ~Malcolm X

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                Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

                Originally posted by KanadaHye View Post
                All positive facts minus LTP.... 4 out of 5 ain't bad.
                Sometimes I wish LTP would return to Syria...but then I remember thats not a nice thing to do to Syria
                General Antranik (1865-1927): “I am not a nationalist. I recognize only one nation, the nation of the oppressed.”

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                  Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

                  The sad truth is that whenever there is violence in the Middle-East, the Christians always end up suffering the most.

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                    Re: Bashar al-Assad, Syria and the Armenian people

                    Originally posted by Davo88 View Post
                    The sad truth is that whenever there is violence in the Middle-East, the Christians always end up suffering the most.
                    We are an easy scapegoat.
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