Wednesday, July 3, 2013


Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said that what is happening in Egypt is the falling of political Islam.

Assad says Egypt's anti-Morsi movement means downfall of political Islam.

DAMASCUS, July 3 - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said Wednesday that what is happening in Egypt is the falling of political Islam.

"Whoever uses the religion for political gains or in favor of one party without the other will fall in every place of the world, " Assad said during an interview with the Syrian state-run al- Thawra newspaper on Wednesday evening.

"You can't fool everyone at the same time, so what would you think about the Egyptian people who carry the civilization of thousands of years along with clear pan-Arabism thinking," Assad was cited as saying.

The president said "after an entire year, the picture has become clear and the performance of the Brotherhood has helped in revealing the lies that they have spelled at the beginning of the popular revolution in Egypt."

Last month, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi announced cutting ties with Syria, warning Lebanon's militant group Hezbollah against continuous involvement in the Syrian conflict.
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