Syria's President Bashar al-Assad said Friday that he had no Israeli partner ready to push forward the Middle East peace process, rebuffing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's... - 11.13.2009, StarPulse
Katie Couric speaks with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad about his country's role in maintaining security in the Middle East and why he thinks the U.S. should withdraw from Iraq. - 02.12.2008, Submission
30.03.2011 [KPAX-TV] - Syria's President Bashar al-Assad made no mention of lifting a state of emergency in a national address where he was widely expected to do so. -- In a rambling 45-minute speech to the National Assembly, he acknowledged that Syrians want reform and that
26.03.2011 [Inquirer.net] - SYRIA: Syria freed 260 political detainees in the biggest overture yet to protesters demanding reform in the country, where President Bashar al-Assad is facing unprecedented domestic pressure. – Protesters in the southern Syrian town of Tafas torched
30.03.2011 What is the alternative [to Bashar al-Assad]?” Today, one of the faces behind the extraordinary revolutionary movement sweeping the Middle East and driving the social media protest movement has emerged in an extended profile by Eli Lake ...
24.03.2011 [Middle East Media Research Institute] - Following are excerpts from a statement by the Union of Arab Syrian Clans and Tribes, posted on the Internet on March 21, 201. The statement was read by lawyer Sheik Ali Issa Al-Ubeidi. Sheik Ali Issa Al-Ubeidi: "In the name of Allah, the Merciful