Syria: Assad makes surprise Christmas visit to Damascus church

The West presents Assad as a monster. The reality is that he protected Syria’s minorities, whereas al Nusra, al Qaeda and all the other sunni headchoppers want to annihilate them.

The U.S wants to use Islamist terrorists to get rid of this guy why? I think the U.S has been lying. BIG TIME!

A Christmas choir had a surprise visitor overnight after Bashar Assad made an appearance at a church in the Syrian capital of Damascus where rehearsals were taking place.
The Syrian president and his wife, Asma, visited the Notre Dame de Damas Church, an ancient cathedral located just 2 kilometers from the rebel-held neighborhood of Jobar in the eastern suburb of Gho

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Assad makes surprise Christmas visit to Damascus church (PHOTOS)
A Christmas choir had a surprise visitor overnight after Bashar Assad made an appearance at a church in the Syrian capital of Damascus where rehearsals were…RT.COM

6 thoughts on “Syria: Assad makes surprise Christmas visit to Damascus church”

  1. Sheikh, I wish that you would differentiate with the Obama Regime and the US. Sigh.

    I know, I know. I understand that he ‘IS’ currently the US government and I can’t stomach the thought.

    But, we both know that the Manchurian is not American. A fraudster who Hates America and is doing everything legal and illegal to harm the country. And thus, surrounds himself with like minded people to achieve his vile agenda.

    Someday, in the not too near future. Barry Sotero who deliberately chose to rename himself with a fully Islamic first and list name will eventually be struck off from the annals of American history.

  2. Glad Assad, showed up at the Church.

    Very good campaign and reminder to the people outside of Syria who the Christians prefer.

    The visual fights against the anti-Assad Western propaganda.

  3. Every time the USA has deposed one of these “oppressive dictators” we end up with something worse running that country. (Libya anyone?) Stop. Just stop it all. The road to Hell is paved with good intentions, but it is still the road to Hell. We removed some repressive dictators, and the replacement governments were much worse.

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