‘My enemy is terrorism and instability in Syria’In an exclusive interview with RT, President Bashar Assad said that the conflict in Syria is not a civil war, but proxy terrorism by Syrians and foreign fighters. He also accused the Turkish president of eyeing Syria with imperial ambitions. Assad told RT that the West creates scapegoats as enemies – from communism, to Islam, to Saddam Hussein. He accused Western countries of aiming to turn him into their next enemy. While Western media outlets report that the crisis is solely between Assad and Syrian opposition groups, the president claims that his country has been infiltrated by terrorist proxy groups. He also criticized Turkish PM Reccip Tayyip Erdogan of wanting to exploit the Syrian conflict to imperial ends. In the event of a foreign invasion of Syria, Assad warned, the fallout would be too dire for the world to bear.
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