Syria-Assad.Barbara Walters Barbara Jill Walters (born September 25, 1929) is an American journalist, writer and media personality who has been a regular fixture on morning television shows (Today and The View), an evening news magazine (20/20 , she said, Assad's speech contained "a denial of the reality of Syrian popular protests demanding freedom and a better life and concentrated instead on his war against terrorism."
In a speech lasting nearly two hours Tuesday, Assad blamed what he called "a foreign conspiracy" for 10 months of public protests against his 11-year rule, vowing to restore order and strike terrorism with an "iron fist iron fist
Rigorous or despotic control: ruled the nation with an iron fist.
i ." He also slammed some members of the Arab League as serving foreign interests and defended his conduct in dealing with the unrest in Syria. "The foreign conspiracy is no longer a secret to anyone because what was planned behind closed doors is now clear before the people," Assad said in his fourth public speech since the uprising began in March 2011.
"Assad's sharp criticism of the [Arab] League indicates his annulment annulment
Legal invalidation of a marriage. It announces the invalidity of a marriage that was void from its inception. It is to be distinguished from dissolution or divorce. To justify annulment, the marriage contract must have a defect (e.g. of any meaning of the mission of Arab observers before they submit a report on their assessment of the situation [in Syria]. As if he was facilitating the call for internationalization The support for monetary values, time and date for countries around the world. It also embraces the use of native characters and symbols in the different alphabets. See localization, i18n, Unicode and IDN.
internationalization - internationalisation [of the Syrian crisis] as demanded by the opposition and some League members and Big Western states," Takieddine said. "The situation in Syria is heading for more violence, more victims and more economic collapse as a result of international and Arab pressures. Internally, the Syrian pound is weak and trade exchange is weak," she added. "The attitude of the Syrian regime, like the attitude of its allies in Lebanon, is a denial of the reality of a real revolution for freedom," Takieddine said.