Photo of the day: Bashar Al-Asad and Vladimir Putin

Photo of the day: Bashar Al-Asad and Vladimir Putin

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Syria is presently one of the most dangerous countries to visit, but Russian President Vladimir Putin isn’t afraid of that. And why should he?

Putin has on ground military weaponry to face any country planning to overthrow the government of Al-Asad, which has been battling with rebels for more than six years.

The same uprising brought an end to the regime of Muammar Gaddafi in Libya.

Yet Al-Asad is still in power while Muammar Gaddafi was overthrew and killed through the assistance of United States government and her allies.

U.S did the same in Iraq against Saddam Hussein earlier on ground that the country housed weapons of mass destruction. The claim was later found to be untrue.

U.S has been using the same Iraqi propaganda in order to invade Syria, and humiliate Al-Asad, but Vladimir Putin says NO.

It’s our photo of the day because no matter how tough your situation is, someone will always be there to protect you, to watch over you.

But for how long will the uprising in Syria last?

Hundreds of thousands of people have been killed, millions displaced since Syria war started.

Even though, a number of countries are trying to pressure Russia into distancing itself from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Vladimir Putin holds his ground.

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Al-Asad has been accused of building chemical weapons, allegation he denied.

United Nations (UN) set up her team of inspectors, and expected to verify whether truelly Syrian government has chemical weapons.

But U.S and her allies (United Kingdom, and France) bombed the alleged site of the chemical weapons hours before UN official arrived.

President Donald Trump in a tweet few minutes ago declared it “mission accomplished” in Friday night’s strike on three Syria targets and argued that it “could not have had a better result.”

“A perfectly executed strike last night,” Trump tweeted Saturday. “Thank you to France and the United Kingdom for their wisdom and the power of their fine Military. Could not have had a better result. Mission Accomplished!”

Syrian soil may be turned battle ground for Russian forces and US soldiers in the days ahead.

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