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Tue Jun 19, 2012, 01:52 PM

Syria: opposition speaks about internal rifts in Assad familiy

Meanwhile, Syrian opposition activist, Dr. Aisha Atta, has said that according to information she got from inside the presidential palace in Damascus, the Syrian regime has reached a state of internal collapse and loss of control of the situation.

In remarks to the Egyptian "Al-Ahram " newspaper published over the weekend, she said that" the information leaked by an intelligence officer in connection with the presidential palace indicated that Maher al-Assad, the brother of President Bashar al-Assad was backed away from for the leadership of military operations in the country. He was expelled to "Basil al-Assad military base," which is located in the vicinity of Kassioun outside the presidential. complex"

According to this information, since than Maher al-Assad suffers from severe depression. So far, Maher was considered a key figure in the brutal military operations to quell the uprising in the country. Note that with the outbreak of the Syrian Revolution, there were reports that Maher fired on Syrian Vice President Farouq al-Shara because the latter objected the crackdown on demonstrators in Dara'a, where he was born. Shara was injured and disappeared from the eyes of the public for a period.

http://www.albawaba.com/news/43-dead-syria-opposition-speaks-about-internal-rifts-assad-familiy-411756

There is a strong possibility that Maher is dead.

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Tue Jun 19, 2012, 02:28 PM

1. Of course it does. Why it should be believed is an open question.

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