Assad Shares People Ceremony for Prophet Birthday

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Published in Middle East
Friday, 25 January 2013


bashar ul asadSyrian President Bashar al-Assad shared on Thursday people attending prayers at a mosque in a northern district of Damascus to mark the Prophet Mohammed's birthday.

The president was shown in a live broadcast kneeling in Al-Afram mosque flanked by Syria's Grand Mufti Ahmad Hassoun, the highest Sunni religious authority in the country, and the religious endowments minister.

"Do not waste this chance by hurting and destroying Syria and tearing the unity of your nation to pieces, betraying what has been entrusted to you. "Come back to the guidance of your beloved Prophet. The president has initiated this opportunity. The hour of salvation has come and the doors of dialogue shall be opened."

Abdel Settar had earlier called for "million man prayers" at mosques on Friday to appeal for the re-establishment of security in the country.

After the brief ceremony in Al-Afram mosque, crowd gathered around Assad to offer greetings and express their support to their beloved president.

The last time Assad appeared in public was for a rare speech to supporters on January 6, in which he dismissed calls for his removal and called for dialogue with the opposition whom are not hematic, offering a roadmap to end the war.

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The minister, Mohammed Abdel Settar, made a call for dialogue following the prayers, addressing "every citizen of this beloved country: opposition or loyal, spiteful or tolerant, partisan or independent, Muslim or Christian, man or woman.

"Do not waste this chance by hurting and destroying Syria and tearing the unity of your nation to pieces, betraying what has been entrusted to you. "Come back to the guidance of your beloved Prophet. The president has initiated this opportunity. The hour of salvation has come and the doors of dialogue shall be opened."

Abdel Settar had earlier called for "million man prayers" at mosques on Friday to appeal for the re-establishment of security in the country.

After the brief ceremony in Al-Afram mosque, crowd gathered around Assad to offer greetings and express their support to their beloved president.

The last time Assad appeared in public was for a rare speech to supporters on January 6, in which he dismissed calls for his removal and called for dialogue with the opposition whom are not hematic, offering a roadmap to end the war.

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