Unconfirmed reports of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s shooting says he may be have been killed or seriously wounded allegedly By Bodyguard – Hospitalized in Damascus

Unconfirmed reports of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s shooting highlight chaos in country

Assad was supposedly shot by his Iranian bodyguard Saturday night, with at least one website saying he had been ‘assassinated.’ But other online updates by Arab and Israeli media say the report was untrue.

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Syrian President Bashar Assad was rumored to have been shot Saturday, according to Arab and Israeli media reports. But updated stories Sunday said the reports were unconfirmed.

some 70,000 Syrians have died during the conflict, according to the United Nations.

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Some of the unconfirmed reports

Online reports of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s death appeared greatly exaggerated Sunday.

Arab media said Assad was purportedly shot by one of his Iranian bodyguards Saturday night and was in serious condition.

He was supposedly taken to Al-Shami Hospital in Damascus, where surrounding roads were closed off.

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Israel News One’s website even reported that Assad had been “assassinated.”

But online updates said the Syrian leader’s shooting was false and that he was alive and in high spirits. The conflicting reports highlight the chaos that continues to engulf the country, which has been mired in a bloody civil war for two years.

translated:

Arab media sources confirmed press reports that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was on Saturday evening for serious injury after suffering a shots fired by a member of his personal guard.

Conflicting reports about the injury Bashar Assad gunshot fired by his bodyguards and system denies

The sources said that President Assad was transferred to Shami Hospital in Damascus, suffering from wounds and described it as very serious, and he is fighting for his life there, while the Syrian army has closed all roads leading to the hospital. Even the meantime there has been no official statement by the system, while sources close to him denied what was in the news altogether, noting that the president was in good health and high spirits, and will deliver a keynote speech in the coming days.

The MSM is not reporting on this as of yet.  I’m assuming because its unconfirmed.  If true, it would be a huge blow to the government side. -Mort

TRANSLATED 

Arab media reported the assassination of Syrian President Bashar Assad. On – reportedly not yet been validated and have not yet received echo Western media, Assad fired one of his bodyguards.

This is an Iranian officer named Mehdi Jacoby, who was attached to Assad on – by allies of the Syrian president in Tehran.

Various reports published that Assad al-Shami was rushed to the hospital and in serious condition. Also reported the big fuss that has developed around the hospital and that all roads leading to the hospital were blocked – by the Syrian army. Also reported large military forces are in the hospital.

Syrian television broadcasts were discontinued. Syria apparently inhibits the official report on the assassination until it became clear whether the president would live or die.

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2 thoughts on “Unconfirmed reports of Syrian President Bashar Assad’s shooting says he may be have been killed or seriously wounded allegedly By Bodyguard – Hospitalized in Damascus

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