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The Middle East remains in turmoil as Israeli troops continue to occupy Lebanon and terrorists attack the U.S. Embassy in Damascus.
On this edition, foreign correspondent Reese Erlich presents a one-on-one interview with Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad. The President explains how Syria had been cooperating with the U.S. in fighting terrorism, but stopped when the U.S. tried to overthrow Assad’s government.
Erlich also provides a background report about Syria’s important role in any eventual Middle East peace.
Taleb Ibrahim, former Quneitra resident who now lives in Lebanon; Mohammad Ali, a Syrian government spokesperson; Dr. Taleb Ibrahim, political analyst in Damascus; Dr. Mahmud al-Agassi, influential Moslem cleric; Sheik Nawaf al Basheer, elected head of one of Syria’s largest tribes; Ayman Abdul Nour, political analyst in Damascus; Hamad, student in Damascus; Mohammad Sawan, head of the opposition Union for Democracy and Unity; Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
For more information:
The Embassy of Syria – Washington, DC
Arabic and Foreign Embassies In Syria – Damascus
Arab-American Anti Discrimination Committee (ADC) – Washington, DC
A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition National Office – Washington, DC
Not In Our Name – Oakland, CA
Middle East Children’s Alliance – Berkeley, CA