The head of Hezbollah has visited Syria to discuss “reforms“:
Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah met with Syrian President Bashar Assad in order to discuss reforms in Syria, the Lebanese daily al-Akhbar, identified with Hezbollah, reported on Monday.
Nasrallah “held more than one meeting with President Assad to discuss reforms in Syria”, the report says. But Assad “did not require encouragement to proceed with reforms, as he himself presented many ideas”, it was quick to add.
The Hezbollah chief recognizes that promises of reform will be what saves the Assad regime. Indeed, Obama himself has stated that Assad save his regime if he establishes political reforms.
The reforms will not be worth the paper on which they are written, but it is the cover Assad needs, handed to him by the U.S.
In the meantime, Assad will continue to round up protesters, shoot thousands in the streets, and cleanse city-by-city.
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