he wives of the British and German ambassadors to the United Nations have taken on Syria's first lady in an online video, calling on Asma al-Assad to "stop your husband" and "stop being a bystander."
The roughly four-minute video, posted to YouTube, juxtaposes pictures of an elegant al-Assad, the wife of Bashar al-Assad, against images of other Syrian women, dead and wounded children.
"We want her (al-Assad) to speak out for the end of violence. That it what we want. Stop the bloodshed. Stop it now. We know this is a risk for you, but take this risk," Huberta von Voss-Wittig, the wife of Germany's U.N. ambassador, told CNN late Tuesday.
A U.N. diplomat said the video was produced by Voss-Wittig and Sheila Lyall Grant, the wife of Britain's U.N. ambassador, "on their own initiative."
Wives of nations supporting the arming of TERRORISTS !?!? Riiiiight LOLOLOL.....S T F U .
Oh yea that will work! In a country where women arent allowed many rights? Sounds like a farce.
Bet I know who ain't gettin lucky tonight...
Lol@ raven, and who's sleepin on the couch tonight if they even try...
Although I know their intentions are altruistic, I find it highly unlikely that wifeypoo is going to surf the net...especially YouTube.
She reminds me of the shoe first-lady of the Philipines, Imelda Marcos...that went well for *her*, didn't it?
The creators of the video clip and their backers failed to refer to armed terror gangs that have killed or injured thousands of Syrian armed forces as well as hundreds of civilians in the more than one year old crisis the same western countries have helped to inflict damages on the Arab country.
Who's worried about the armed forces?
They're the long arm of the law that keep his people in a state of slavery to Assad and his willing accomplice. As long as her expenses are paid...
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