Monday, January 31, 2011

Protests Planned In Syria Next Week

Syria's Bashar Assad is obviously  worried.  According to this ABC Australia story, anti-government protests are planned in Syria next week.

Syrian president Bashar Assad has already broken up attempts to rally outside the Egyptian embassy and has begun deploying troops in the northern city of Aleppo ahead of planned protest rallies there and has said
there is no chance the political upheaval shaking Tunisia and Egypt will spread to Syria.
At least seven people have died in suicide car bombings in Aleppo in recent weeks.
The protests next weekend will coincide with the anniversary of the Hama massacre in 1982, in which Bashar Assad's father killed several thousand civilians in that city in a 27-day offensive against the Muslim brotherhood.
Bashar Assad's Damascus  has a date with destiny set.

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