Hundreds of people protested on Sunday the 5th of August, in Sydney, Australia, in support for the regime of the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The protestors refused any external or foreign interference in the ongoing conflict in Syria.
According to the American Radio ”Sawa”, the hundreds protestors were Syrians who are supporting the current dictatorial regime.
The protest comes at a time when many developments and announcements are dominating the news regarding the destiny of the current Syrian regime.
Also, with the escalation of fighting in Syria and the continuous massacres committed by Bashar regime against civilians, the Chairman of the Arab Parliament, Ali Salem Al-Dekbasi, called all kings, princes and heads of Arab countries to take urgent and immediate actions to find a final solution for the Syrian crisis, where brutal killing of the Syrian people is rising which is lead by President Bashar Al-Assad.
Mr. Ali Salem also welcomed the initiative of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz to hold a conference of the Islamic Cooperation Organization in Mecca on the 14th and 15th of August, 2012, to discuss the challenges facing the Muslim nation.
In the same time, the Syrian opposition figure Haitham Al-Maleh stressed that the future military operations of the “Free Syrian Army” will be the final blow that would lead to the fall of the head of the regime Bashar al-Assad.
In an interview with Radio “Al-Fajr”, Mr. Haitham El-Maleh held both the international community and the Arab League, Russia and China responsible for the Syrian bloodshed.
He added that current discussions have started between all the Syrian opposition groups to form a new transitional government that will work on the liberalization of the entire northern Syria from whom he called the criminal gangs.
Witnesses also reported that Bashar Al-Assad forces used artillery, aircrafts and a helicopter gunship to bomb the sites of opposition fighters in the city of Aleppo, according to Reuters.
On the other hand, the Free Syrian Army attacked the radio and TV building in Aleppo, before retreating back after the bombing by Bashar armed forces started in the region surrounding the building. Some opposition activists posted images on the Internet showing thick smoke rising from the radio and television building area.
One of the soldiers in the Free Syrian Army said that they have already entered the Radio and TV building for several hours, but the army of Bashar regime distributed its soldiers and surrounded the building which forced the soldiers of the Free Syrian Army to retreat.