Likud Minister Ya'alon: Assad's rule nearing end in Syria

By REUTERS
November 24, 2011 16:23

 
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PRAGUE - The rule of Syria's President Bashar Assad is approaching an end and the situation has become irreversible, Vice Premier Moshe Yaalon said on Thursday.

"It seems that the situation in Syria is irreversible, that President Bashar Assad is losing legitimacy by killing the dissidents, more than 3,000 casualties so far," he told reporters after meeting Czech Foreign Minister Karel Schwarzenberg in Prague.

"It seems that he is approaching his end as the leader of Syria."

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