Assad’s 11-Year-Old Son Dared America To Invade Syria On His Facebook Account

The 11-year-old son of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has dared the United States to attack his father’s regime in a Facebook post that ha...

The 11-year-old son of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has dared the United States to attack his father’s regime in a Facebook post that has been “liked” by the children and grandchildren of various other Syrian officials.
“I just want them to attack sooo much, because I want them to make this huge mistake of beginning something that they don’t know the end of it,” stated the post on an account seemingly belonging to Hafez al-Assad.

The comments echo the Syrian President’s warning that, if the U.S. were to launch a strike on Syria, we would be pulled into yet another lengthy and expensive battle that is ultimately impossible to win.

The authenticity of the Facebook profile, however, is difficult to confirm.

Though the profile picture is indeed of Hafez, the information states that he is a graduate of Oxford University and a member of the Barcelona soccer team.

But it also claims that he is a graduate of a Montessori school in Damascus, a detail Hafez’s mother, Asma al-Assad confirmed in Vogue in February of 2011.

Among the taunt’s comments are posts by the two children of Syrian Deputy Vice President Mohammed Nassif Khierbek, Ali and Sally, and three children of former Deputy Defense minister Assef Shawkat, who was killed in a bombing in July of last year.

Shawkat’s children are cousins of Hafez, as Assef was married to the Syrian President’s sister.

Many of the profile pictures of those who commented on the post have been changed to images of the Bashar al-Assad or his father, who ruled Syria for more than 30 years before his son took over in 2000.

The post also displays Syria’s confidence in its soldiers, primarily because many of them are not afraid to die as suicide martyrs.

“They may have the best army in the world, maybe the best airplanes, ships, tanks than ours, but soldiers?” it reads. “No one has soldiers like the ones we do in Syria. America doesn’t have soldiers, what it has is some cowards with new technology who claim themselves liberators.”
Hafez compares America’s potential war with Syria to Israel’s 2006 clash with Lebanese Shi’ite militant group Hezbollah. Hezbollah, one of Syria’s closest allies, survived a war with Israel despite being heavily overpowered and technologically outmatched.

“What did Hezbollah have back then? Some street fighters and some small rockets and a pile of guns, but they had belief, In theirselves and in their country and that’s exactly what’s gonna happen to America if it chooses invasion because they don’t know our land like we do, no one does, victory is ours in the end no matter how much time it takes.”

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  1. Childishness,when the time comes he will be crushed into powder.
    Maybe they are the one that released the chemical weapon.

    Anyway ,I pray the United Nation will come out with a positive result,so the US will map out modalities on how to punish the culprits by striking them.

  2. Am sure America will strike syria !!! Obama will surly strike !!! *** I can't wait!



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