Assad: This is conflict between homeland, enemies
Syrian President Bashar Assad entered a Damascus hall on Sunday, was greeted with a warm round of applause by his supporters and opened his speech saying that the "so-called revolution is fictitious. What is happening in Syria is revenge sicced on the people by the terrorists over their refusal to allow them to disband Syria.


"This is a conflict between the homeland and its enemies, the people and their assassins. But the people are stronger than them and the people will teach them a lesson," he said. (Roi Kais)