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    • Khalil
    • 20.05.12 | 23:19 (IDT)

    A video of a toddler dancing on YouTube gets more viewers than a Russian TV and the Syrian state TV combined. We all know that assad (without capitalizing the "a") is very busy these days; planning the next "AlQaeda" attack, sharing his wisdom with a Russian TV, organizing tours for the UNon-observers, decorating his buddy,sadr, sending photos of "foreigners" to the UN, killing babies, organizing regime ten-people-rallies. I am just itching, from a historic curiosity, to know what his rose of the desert doing these days. I think it would be cool to add a paragraph to the future history books describing her daily preoccupations these days. My first guess would be she is helping her hubby drafting his last wish before the Syrian people put him under the guillotine. Any guess what would that be?

    from the article: Report: Syria rebels kill Assad's Defense Minister, brother-in-law near Damascus
    First published 09:06 20.05.12 | Last updated 10:50 20.05.12
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