In a CNN exclusive, protesters supporting and denouncing President Bashar al-Assad give very different takes on the situation in Syria.
At a funeral for a man allegedly killed by government forces, a grief-stricken sister wails uncontrollably. "The situation is very bad," one mourner told CNN. "We want to be like you. We want to be free ... Bashar al-Assad is killing us only because we want to be like you."
But not far away, demonstrators at pro-government rallies celebrate al-Assad. "He is a peaceful president," one woman said. "He likes to see all religions get along. He's a peaceful man."
Actually, I believe the Syrian who says that Bashar al-Assad "is a peaceful man." It is certainly not any of my business to support his removal.
It is not America's business at all.
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I don't believe the Syrian.
I agree with everything else JIF has said, though.
There is no way to tell what the truth is here. Each side in saying it's the others fault. With the way these killings are taking place.
Too bad they can't go back to the beginning and start this again.
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