Home » Biography & Memoir » Heinz Duthel » President Bashar al-Assad of Syria

July 14 , 2007

President Bashar al-Assad of Syria

and the Al-Nusra Front and Foreign Mujahideen uprising to create the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria


President Bashar al-Assad of Syria
and the Al-Nusra Front and Foreign Mujahideen uprising to create the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria

Download epub2

Read also

Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh   Birth name  Vincent Willem van Gogh Born  30 March 1853 (1853-03-30) Zundert, Netherlands Died  29 July 1890 (1890-07-30) (aged 37) Auvers-sur-Oise, France Nationality  Dutch Field  Painter Movement  Post-Impressionism…

. . . there would be no direct negotiations with Israel until a new US president takes office. The US was the only party qualified to sponsor any direct talks, [Assad] told the paper, but added that the Bush administration "does not have the vision or will for the peace process. It does not have anything." “There is a big difference between talking about a peace treaty and peace. A peace treaty is like a permanent ceasefire. There’s no war, maybe you have an embassy, but you actually won’t have trade, you won’t have normal relations because people will not be sympathetic to this relation as long as they are sympathetic with the Palestinians: half a million who live in Syria and half a million in Lebanon and another few millions in other Arab countries. Assad speaks fluent English and basic conversational French, having studied at the Franco-Arab al-Hurriyah school in Damascus.[citation needed] In December 2000, Assad married Asma Assad, née Akhras, a British citizen of Syrian origin, from Acton, London. On 3 December 2001, they became the parents of their first-born child, named Hafez after the child's grandfather Hafez al-Assad. Zein was born on 5 November 2003, and Karim on 16 December 2004. On 30 May, Turkish newspapers widely reported that Turkish security forces have arrested Al-Nusra Front fighters in the southern provinces of Mersin and Adana near the Syrian border and confiscated  2 kg of sarin gas from them. The governor of Adana claimed that the security forces have not found sarin gas but unknown chemicals without further explanation. Russia has asked Turkey for an official explanation. On 2 June, Iraq defense ministry claimed that they have intercepted an Al-Qaeda in Iraq cell working to produce sarin and mustard gas.On 9 July the Russian ambassador to UN state that Russian experts have determined that Syrian rebels used sarin nerve gas outside Aleppo in March and presented the evidence they have collected. The United States White house Spokesmen, Jay Carney, told reporters at a press conference that they have yet to find evidence that backs up the assertion that anyone besides the Syrian government has had the ability to use chemical weapons or has used chemical weapons.



  • Bashar al-Assad
  • President of Syria
  • Hafez al-Assad
  • Damascus University
  • Western Eye Hospital
  • Syrian occupation of Lebanon
  • Arab Spring
  • Syrian opposition
  • Abdul Halim Khaddam
  • Abdullah al-Ahmar
  • Damascus
  • Ba'ath Party (Syrian-dominated faction)
  • National Progressive Front (Syria)
  • Asma al-Assad
  • Syrian Armed Forces
  • Mushir
  • Republican Guard (Syria)
  • Commander-in-chief
  • Syrian civil war
  • People's Council of Syria
  • Foreign rebel fighters in the Syrian civil war
  • Damascus Spring
  • Mezzeh prison
  • Economy of Syria
  • Economic liberalization
  • Internet censorship in Syria
  • Internet café
  • Human rights in Syria
  • Dmitry Medvedev
  • Jacques Chirac
  • Middle East Quarterly
  • Hezbollah
  • Hamas
  • Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine
  • Middle East Media Research Institute
  • Muslim Brotherhood
  • Hama massacre
  • 2003 invasion of Iraq
  • Rafic Hariri
  • Moshe Katsav
  • Pope John Paul II
  • Palestine Liberation Organization
  • 2006 Lebanon War
  • United States diplomatic cables leak
  • Charlie Rose
  • Crusades
  • Public relations
  • Bell Pottinger Private
  • The Guardian
  • Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
  • Royal Order of Francis I
  • Order of Merit of the Italian Republic
  • Order of the Liberator
  • Order of the Southern Cross
  • National Order of the Cedar
  • Barack Obama
  • Executive order
  • Ali Farzat
  • Arab League
  • Syrian constitutional referendum, 2012
  • International Committee of the Red Cross
  • Syria TV
  • Addounia TV
  • Syrian News Channel
  • RT (TV network)
  • Rossiya 24
  • American Broadcasting Company
  • ARD (broadcaster)
  • Ulusal Kanal
  • Syrian Army
  • Asymmetric warfare
  • Al-Nusra Front
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Russia
  • Iran
  • United States
  • European Union
  • National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces
  • Mujahideen
  • Osama bin Laden brigade
  • Syrian Islamic Front
  • Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
  • Syrian Islamic Liberation Front
  • Al-Tawhid Brigade
  • Salim Idris
  • Mustafa Al-Sheikh
  • Riad al-Asaad
  • Free Syrian Army
  • Al-Assad family
  • Riad Seif
  • Haitham al-Maleh
  • Kamal al-Labwani
  • Riad al-Turk
  • Aref Dalila
  • Riad Seif Forum
  • Jamal al-Atassi
  • Assef Shawkat
  • 18 July 2012 Damascus bombing
  • Al Jazeera
  • Iraqi insurgency
  • Civil uprising phase of the Syrian civil war
  • Jisr al-Shughur
  • Idlib Governorate
  • Siege of Rastan and Talbiseh
  • Maarrat al-Nu'man
  • Al-Rastan
  • Siege of Homs
  • 2012 Homs offensive
  • Battle of Idlib (2012)
  • Kofi Annan peace envoy for Syria
  • Special Envoy of the Secretary-General
  • Battle of Aleppo (2012–13)
  • Rif Dimashq offensive (November 2012–February 2013)
  • 2012 Hama offensive
  • Damascus offensive (2013)
  • Battle of Shadadeh
  • Battle of Raqqa
  • Al-Qusayr offensive
  • Battle of al-Qusayr (2013)
  • 2013 Syrian Kurdish–Islamist conflict
  • Khalid ibn al-Walid Mosque
  • List of military equipment used by Syrian opposition forces
  • 2013 Ghouta attacks
  • Ben Rhodes (speechwriter)
  • Sergey Lavrov
  • Paulo Pinheiro
  • United Nations
  • List of armed groups in the Syrian civil war
  • Ghuraba al-Sham (moderate organization)
  • Idlib Martyrs' Brigade
  • Ahfad al-Rasul Brigade
  • Future Movement
  • Muslim Brotherhood of Syria
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan
  • Fatah al-Islam
  • Authenticity and Development Front
  • Ghuraba al-Sham (jihadist group)
  • Abdullah Azzam Shaheed Brigade
  • Jund al-Sham
  • Democratic Union Party (Syria)
  • Asayiş
  • Kurdish National Council
  • Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union
  • Kurdistan Democratic Party of Syria
  • Kurdistan Regional Government
  • PJAK
  • Kurdistan Workers' Party
  • Syrian Martyrs' Brigade
  • Death of Hamza Ali Al-Khateeb
  • Saladin
  • Ibrahim Qashoush
  • Abu'l-Fida
  • Muawiyah I
  • Sultan al-Atrash
  • Mashaal Tammo
  • Umar
  • Takbir
  • Abu Ubaidah ibn al-Jarrah
  • Liwaa al-Umma
  • Syrian Turkmen Brigades
  • Suqour al-Sham Brigade
  • Farouq Brigades
  • Liwa al-Islam
  • Ahrar ash-Sham
  • Al-Qaeda in Iraq
  • Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar
  • Jeish al-Taiifa al-Mansoura
  • Foreign rebel fighters in the Syrian civil war


Show more...

How to download book

Buy this book

You can buy this book now only for $25.12. This is the lowest price for this book.

Buy book

Download book free

If you want to download this book for free, please register, approve your account and get one book for free.


After that you may download book «President Bashar al-Assad of Syria»:

Download ePUB 2:


Download Torrent:


Download Mobi: