Syria's ruler Bashar al-Assad announced that his army prisoners to present to the public.Karen Millen Dresses
Point during the men they are mercenaries in the service of the opposition, Assad said in an interview with Russian TV.
Moscow - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad wants to present to the world captured foreign mercenaries who fought for his information for the opposition. He announced in an interview with Russia's state television channel Rossiya-24. "There are foreign mercenaries, some of them are still alive. They are being held and we are preparing to show it to the world," Assad said.
Assad complained in the interview broadcast on Wednesday that Western states against violence by government forces, but protested the other side. Religious extremists and members of al-Qaeda, according to Assad fought against his government.Karen Millen He accused the Syrian National Council also claims to be ineffective and to work against their own people.
Assad's employees on Wednesday also boycotted the session of the UN Committee against Torture. For months, according to committee secretary Joao Nataf, a report from the situation in Syria. Human rights organizations like Amnesty International or Human Rights Watch had since the beginning of the protest movement repeatedly reported on evidence of systematic torture of civilians by the government Assad.
The show of force is not surprising: Syria is arming the opposition. The rebels have received according to "Washington Post" last week, significantly more and better weapons. It should have played a central role in Washington. Although the U.S. Karen Millen Dresses would still not provide weapons to the rebels, but only civilian aid, such as satellite phones. But the U.S. government was working closely with the Gulf States.Karen Millen Dress Saudi Arabia and Qatar had decided in April to fund insurgents in Syria.