The head of the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah says it is time for political leaders to accept the survival of Syrian President Bashar Assad's government (Date:08/13/2017 20:12) Read full article >>

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Syrian: Islam, mostly Sunni, and a minority of Shi'as and AlawitesChristianity, mostly Greek Orthodox and Greek CatholicDruze
Assad: Asad , sometimes written as Assad, is one of many Arabic male given names meaning "lion", each denoting some aspect of the animal. It is used in nicknames such as Asad Allh one of the nicknames for Ali ibn Abi Talib.
Bashar Assad: Bashar Hafez al-Assad is the current President of Syria and Regional Secretary of the Syrian-led branch of the Arab Socialist Ba'ath Party. His father Hafez al-Assad ruled Syria for 29 years until his death in 2000.