Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Iraq calls for Assad to step down

NYT: 'After months of striking a far friendlier tone toward the government of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, the Iraqi government has joined a chorus of other nations calling on him to step down.

An adviser to the Iraqi prime minister, Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, said in an interview on Tuesday that the Iraqi government had sent messages to Mr. Assad that said he should resign.

“We believe that the Syrian people should have more freedom and have the right to experience democracy,” said the adviser, Ali al-Moussawi. “We are against the one-party rule and the dictatorship that hasn’t allowed for the freedom of expression.” '


Anonymous said...

stooge calls for assad to step down.


Liberator said...

He won power in a free election unlike your hanged hero, Soddom Insane.

Anonymous said...

Mr. al-Moussawi(of Syria's
Assad) ::::" We are against one party rule, and the dictatorship that hasn't allowed for freedom of expression"

What does Mr. al-Moussawi have to say about " freedom of expression" in the Islamic Republic of Iran ?

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry but Iraq is simply irrelevant, they have turned themselves into puppets