Thursday, 8 October 2015

Majority of Syrian Refugees in Germany Blame Assad for Fighting

Refugees tell Germans: we won't stay forever

 'Adopt a Revolution spokesman Elias Perabo said that the results show clearly that Syrians want to return – although the essential precondition was the removal of dictator Bashar al-Assad.
 More than two-thirds of the refugees – 70 percent  – said the Assad regime was responsible for the conflict in their country, while 32 percent blamed Isis.
 "The German government and the EU must recognize that the greatest cause of flight in Syria is Assad and his barrel bombs [improvised explosives dropped from aircraft] and adapt their policies accordingly," Green party leader Cem Özdemir said in response to the findings.
 "We have to bring an end to the brutal terror of Isis in the region, but as long as Assad rules in Syria, the country will not find lasting peace." '

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