Syrian Baathist Party: Russia must meet its promises in Idlib

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Dr. Dalla (center), VT Bureau Chief Nahed al Husaini (right)

By Nahed al Husaini, Bureau Chief, VT Damascus

VT: We had a word with the Party, completely confident that they will be victorious. They told us something very interesting, “The most vulnerable house is the spider’s.” This is a verse in Quran.

They hoard surprises for the invaders. They will fight with their spiritual powers, not just military ones. Believe what they say Gordon. They will win.

Dalla: Assad is in good health

Gracious as ever, the Ba’ath Party official Dr. Afif Dalla, received me today in his office after resuming his duties as Chief of the Media Department.

Dr. Dalla is a PhD graduate from Arizona University, business administration and crisis management. He has spent his life dedicated to a noble cause, serving his people and his country. A man of honor and principles who stayed the course against all odds.

Dr. Dalla believes that the US is remapping the region by destructive chaos and military invasion. Weakening Hizbollah in Lebanon will ultimately lead to breaking the morale of the axis of the resistance which acts as a propeller for the Party. Russia watches in silence for the storm to pass.

Arno Develay, the French Lawyer, asked Dr. Dalla if the Russians have a plan in mind to concert efforts with their allies if the invasion of Lebanon expands. Dr. Dalla says if Russia keeps focusing on oil and gas resources without taking in considerations of the geopolitical changes occurring in the region, it will end in a zero-sum game.

All eyes are on Lebanon now, because the map will be drawn from there. Hizbollah, though silent, but confident that invaders will be scattered and defeated. Surprises are on the way.

Dalla says no reason to worry about President Assad, he is in good health.

Author Details
Nahed is VT Damascus Bureau Chief. She is a member of the American Institute for Middle East Strategic Studies (USA) and serves as Assistant Director of Arab-American and Muslim Congress (Detroit, USA). She has a Diploma in English Literature from Damascus University (1987).

She’s also been a reporter for Turkish newspaper Aydinlik, Special Coordinator for Arab-Armenian International Law Assembly, Correspondent for Qatari News Agency, Al Ayam news Paper in Bahrain, Al Liwaa in Lebanon, Correspondent for Petra News Agency in Jordan, correspondent for the Associated Press in USA, and worked as a freelance journalist for CBS, ABS and CNN in Syria. She is fluent in both English and Arabic.
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3 COMMENTS

  1. shame all arab nations couldnt put aside their religious differences & commit
    to join forces & defeat a common foe.

    • Their differences are not about religion. That’s a divide and conquer strategy of the CIA and Mossad implemented only recently. The last war between Shia and Sunnis was almost 400 years ago during the Safavid era.
      UAE just abandoning the Palestinian cause overnight to marry Israel is for two worthless shekels, there is nothing religious about it. Israel has Trump, Pompeo and the majority of the US Congress in its pockets and has been buying all Arab banana republics for decades. But not Iran, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon who have all religion mixes in their populations and won’t submit to Tel Aviv. FYI Iran has 63 synagogues all catering to what’s left of their Jewish Iranian population as we speak.
      Take Saudi Arabia for instance, the Saudi “royal” family will do anything to hang on to their power in the region. Religion has no role in it.

  2. “All eyes on Lebanon now, because the map will be drawn from there.”
    Statements like this get my attention.
    It’s easy for us to minimize in our own minds that there is a situation going on in the Middle East where powerful players are not going to cease and desist until a major conflagration occurs.

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