The Syrian President warns that if Syria would fall, other countries near Syria could also suffer. Released in a news by the Turkish news outlet the word said by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. He added that instead of being allied with Syria the countries are starting to be influenced by other foreign countries. In his statement he said that the ongoing fight in Syria will affect the different countries surrounding the region. He described it to be a domino effect that could probably put an impact to a lot of countries.
The President also said that the members of the Arab Stated that did not give its support to Syria were under the influence and guided by the foreign countries. It was reported that the country is in a civil war that started in 2011. The said protesters who came up against the Syrian government triggered the tension and uprising in the country. These protesters then started to demonstrate asking for freedom. After this, the government was said to have made a very devastating respond. Reported in figures by the United Nations, there are more than 70,000 people who died because of the uprising in Syria. Most of the Syrians have also evacuated to their neighboring countries in the region.
Coming from a report of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the civil war was brutal because in the month of March alone there were already a number of six thousand people who died. Last Friday, there were a number of 83 people who died and most of them came from Damascus and also within the suburbs.