BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:05 P.M.) – Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad and his wife Asma made a surprise visit to his hometown of Qurdaha in rural Latakia on Saturday, making his second public appearance since opposition activists spread rumors that he was suffering from psychological stress.

Assad and his wife reportedly arrived at the Mountain Breeze Resort (Nasmat Jabal) on Saturday to spend the weekend at this tourist site in northeastern Latakia.

Photos of Assad’s surprise visit to Qurdaha were released by the official Facebook page for the Mountain Breeze Resort on Sunday; it showed the first family posing for pictures with the resort staff.

The resort’s Facebook page commented on their own pics yesterday, claiming Bashar and Asma were not only the greatest President and First Lady, but also loving parents and shining stars.

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Floriangeyer
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President Assad seems to be one of the few world leaders who has the interests of his people and country at heart, rather than his life and wallet. He could have fled Syria years ago with Syrian gold and lived a live of luxury in exile.

Instead he chooses to stay and live alongside his people during this terrible chapter in the history of Syria with his courageous wife and family. A true leader and an honest man.

Bravo.

Ayré bi kess emm al-assad
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Clap clap. Poodle.

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Wise move

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Bashar remains the biggest ever murderer that remains in power even after killing millions of civilians. His father Hafez too killed many. About 40000 in Hama in one single month among countless others. Bashar killed more than 400,000 and still gets supported by some shameless governments like Russia and a few stooge news agencies. Not too long to want until the millions get to see Bashar paying the price, most probably under the sword of the mujahidin.

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No tyrant in contemporaneous history murdered 1 million citizens and displaced 15 millions with the help of foreign criminal mercenaries eg Russians & Islamist Djihadi Shiite terrorists (+ Israelis), thus selling a country to foreign savage scum. Just to perpetuate his petty corrupt ans islamist-backward tyranny.