Assad invited the Kurds to fight the “Turkish invaders”

According to Assad , at present, such attempts continue in the framework of cooperation. Assad also accused the CIA of killing the founder of White Helmets, James Le Mezure.

“We are now working on the conviction of the Kurdish troops that joining the Syrian army and fighting against the Turkish invaders is the right and right position,” Assad said.

Alles Europa news reports that Assad also added that Washington, for its part, is preventing this.


Alles Europa news recalled that earlier, November 14, Assad accused the CIA of killing the founder of White Helmets, James Le Mezure.

According to him, it is likely that the perpetrators were employees of the Turkish special services, who received relevant instructions from Western intelligence.

A possible reason for eliminating Le Mesurier was that he knew “a lot of very important secrets related to important people in the British and American regimes and, possibly, in other countries.”

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said he was offering the Kurds to fight the “Turkish invaders” together. according to reports.

Assad said that the first such proposal was made after the signing of a memorandum of understanding between Turkey and Russia on October 22.


“The answer, which, as you understand, was official, is this: they [the Kurds] are not ready to join the Syrian army,” the head of state said.

Assad was previously seen by many states as a potential reformer, the United States, the European Union and the majority of the Arab League called for Assad’s resignation from the presidency after he ordered crackdowns and military sieges on Arab Spring protesters, which led to the Syrian Civil War.

During the Syrian Civil War, an inquiry by the United Nations reported finding evidence which implicated Assad in war crimes, In June 2014, Assad was included in a list of war crimes indictments of government officials and rebels handed to the International Criminal Court.

Assad has rejected allegations of war crimes and criticised the American-led intervention in Syria for attempting regime change.

Political scientists have characterized the Assad family’s rule of Syria as a personalist dictatorship., On 10 July 2000, Assad was elected as President, succeeding his father, who died in office a month prior.

In the 2000 and subsequent 2007 election, he received 99.7% and 97.6% support, respectively, in non-competitive, non-democratic elections. On 16 July 2014, Assad was sworn in for another seven-year term after winning another non-competitive, non-democratic election.


The election was held only in areas controlled by the Syrian government during the country’s ongoing civil war and was criticized by the UN, the Syrian opposition and its Western countries, while Syria’s allies stated that the election was “free and fair”.

The Assad government describes itself as secular, while some political scientists have claimed that the government exploits sectarian tensions in the country and relies upon the Alawite minority to remain in power.

Born and raised in Damascus, Assad graduated from the medical school of Damascus University in 1988 and began to work as a doctor in the Syrian Army. Four years later, he attended postgraduate studies at the Western Eye Hospital in London, specialising in ophthalmology.

In 1994, after his elder brother Bassel died in a car crash, Bashar was recalled to Syria to take over Bassel’s role as heir apparent. He entered the military academy, taking charge of the Syrian military presence in Lebanon in 1998.

Alles Europa news reports Bashar Hafez al-Assad as a Syrian politician who has been the President of Syria since 17 July 2000.

In addition, he is commander-in-chief of the Syrian Armed Forces and Regional Secretary of the Arab Socialist Ba’ath Party’s branch in Syria. His father, Hafez al-Assad, was also President of Syria from 1971 to 2000.

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