Voice of Syria

"A lie cannot live" and so is the so-called Syrian Revolution which is just one big lie.
I am no Shabeeh or Ba'thist or whatever, I am just against everyone who wants to destroy our beloved country.....

Questions and arguments are welcomed.

An audience with ‘the Tiger’ – Bashar al-Assad’s favourite soldier

President Assad wins presidential elections with a majority of 88.7 % ,with over 10 million votes in his favor. Supporters all around Syria gathered last night and celebrated his win. 

It’s important to note that about 11.6 million people voted out of eligible 15.8 million. That’s a very high number, most western “Democratic” countries don’t reach. 

Let the world know we love our President and we don’t want the West to teach us about Freedom and Democracy. 

عاشت سوريا وعاش الأسد

President Assad wins presidential elections with a majority of 88.7 % ,with over 10 million votes in his favor. Supporters all around Syria gathered last night and celebrated his win.

It’s important to note that about 11.6 million people voted out of eligible 15.8 million. That’s a very high number, most western “Democratic” countries don’t reach.

Let the world know we love our President and we don’t want the West to teach us about Freedom and Democracy.

عاشت سوريا وعاش الأسد

Syrian women from the National Defense forces taking part in the presidential elections in Syria. June 3rd.

President Bashar Al Assad and his wife participate in the presidential elections in Damascus today June 3rd.

President Bashar Al Assad and his wife participate in the presidential elections in Damascus today June 3rd.

Syrians outside Syrian embassy in Lebanon waiting to give their votes in today’s Presidential Elections where president Bashar Al Assad runs against two opponents.
Governments in many countries banned Syrian embassies from organizing elections. This is just another evidence how the West isn’t looking for democracy and freedom in Syria.

For me, I think you all know who I’m voting for :)

Syrians outside Syrian embassy in Lebanon waiting to give their votes in today’s Presidential Elections where president Bashar Al Assad runs against two opponents.
Governments in many countries banned Syrian embassies from organizing elections. This is just another evidence how the West isn’t looking for democracy and freedom in Syria.

For me, I think you all know who I’m voting for :)

Anonymous asked: i am not really into syria but i'd like to so could you maybe explain your opinion on Turkey's role in this so called 'fake' revolution because i saw some posts like twitter and al-qaeda? i don't know what this 'fake' means either so could you pls explain that too

Turkey played a major role in escalating the Syrian conflict.

Politically, Turkish government stated many times their opposition to Assad and their support of rebel groups including Al-Qaeda related ones.

On the ground, Turkey’s role is much bigger. Foreign fighters (Chechens, Saudis, Libyans, Tunisians..etc) are brought to Turkey where they get training and support before going into Syria. Furthermore, in the recent attack on the Armenian populated city of Kassab, Turkish army provided artillery support and intelligence to fighters when they crossed the borders. You may relate here to the Armenian Genocide committed by Ottomans.

Two years ago, Syrian Air defense shot down a Turkish fighter that illegally crossed the borders. The Turks responded last year by shooting down a Syrian fighter which was engaging rebels (Within) Syria near the borders.

In addition, Turkish borders house many training compounds, refugee camps and there were even reports that these camps are used for human trafficking and organs trading.