posted on Mar, 25 2013 @ 03:39 AM
reply to post by Agent_USA_Supporter
An Israeli security analyst believes the report to be accurate.
Yes an Israeli security analyst how very reliable.
Syria doesn't allow freedom of the press so why would you believe Syrian officials?
Breakdown of all sides and the info leaked so far:
UPDATE: Assad’s inner circle says the reports are not true – the dictator is in high spirits and will deliver a keynote speech within days
(unless he’s dead).
The sources said that President Assad was transferred to Shami Hospital in Damascus, suffering from wounds and described it as very serious, and he is
fighting for his life there, while the Syrian army has closed all roads leading to the hospital. Even the meantime there has been no official
statement by the system, while sources close to him denied what was in the news altogether, noting that the president was in good health and high
spirits, and will deliver a keynote speech in the coming days.
UPDATE: Syrian TV premises have been evacuated.
UPDATE: Russia Today News (pro-Assad) says the rumors are not true because Assad’s inner circle told them so.
UPDATE: Here we go…..
The Jews and their robots are being blamed for the ‘disinformation.’
Zionist bedouins created an Al-Assad articulated robot, will show him dead along with Damascus streets in chaos, to bring about panic and demoralize
the Syrian people and the army, to enable terrorists to take advantage of the situation. Just like they did with the fake GREEN SQUARE footage in
Those Jews and their evil robots are at it again.
UPDATE: French website L’Express picked up the story but says there is no evidence the reports are true.
UPDATE: The New York Daily News reported on the rumors.
Back to "free" media in Syria... Yeah, you know how everyone bitches about "martial law" coming to the states? Syria has had it for a lifetime
They tell you what they want you to believe. Difference being is it might mean jail if you choose not to believe it, pretend to believe it, or fail to
The constitution of the Syrian Arab Republic guaranteed the right to a free press and freedom of expression, but Syria was under a highly
restrictive state of emergency law since the Ba'ath Party came to power in 1963. Articles issued under the extremely broad state of emergency law
authorized the state to control newspapers, books, radio and television broadcasting, advertising, and the visual arts; the state retained the right
to confiscate and destroy any work that threatened the security of the state.
BTW< I'm not saying definitively that Assad is dead or alive, I just wonder why you believe a regime that admits control to all news outlets in their
country. And the fact that they won't publish anything detrimental to them is widely known.
edit on 25-3-2013 by boncho because: (no reason