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No government in the world kills its people, unless it's led by a crazy person.
The captain doesn't think about death, or life, he thinks about saving his ship.
There is no such things as "Islamic terrorism," because terrorism differs from Islam. There's just terrorism, not Islamic terrorism. But the term "Islamic terrorism" has become widespread.
Circumstances don't matter, only my state of being matters. What state of being are you choosing?
Whenever you have a war, the civilians and the innocents will pay the price. That's in any war, any war is a bad war.
It's a dangerous thing when someone gets up in the morning and has nothing to eat.
Sometimes you may kill tens of thousands or hundreds of thousands with very primitive armaments.
The only one who can fight for these values like democracy and freedoms are the people of any country or any society, not the foreigners.
[Chemical weapons] isn't about what the United States believe in, it's about the reality that we have, and this reality, we own it, we don't have to discuss it.
I believe that the United States is not genuine regarding having a cessation of violence in Syria.
I don't want to talk about methods of killing. But what is the difference between a bomb worn on the body and one dropped from an airplane? Both of them kill people.
[Enemies of Syria] are the enemies of the people and the enemies of God. And the enemies of God will go to hell.
Worry does not mean fear, but readiness for the confrontation.
We're not like the American administration, we're not social media administration or government. We are a government that deals with reality. When we have evidence, we'll announce it.
The fact that there are people who criticize me doesn't mean that people hate me.
Since its very inception, Israel has been a threat.
[The Jews] tried to kill the principles of all religions with the same mentality in which they betrayed Jesus Christ and the same way they tried to betray and kill the Prophet Muhammad.
There can be no peace without unity.
The problem is not the occupation, but how people deal with it.
Many people do not understand the difference between peace and a peace treaty. If you want to have real peace with normal relations between people, you need to have comprehensive peace.
It's not exactly fair to make a mistake yourself and then start blaming others for it.
It's our right to defend our country against any kind of invasion.
When you use an armament, you use it to defend the civilians. You kill terrorists in order to defend civilians. That's the natural role of any army in the world.
It should be known that Israel is based on treachery.
I am Syrian, I was made in Syria, I have to live in Syria and die in Syria.
The United States' credibility is at an all-time low. So, this war is against the interest of the Untied States.
A bomb is a bomb, what's the difference between different kinds of bombs? All bombs are to kill, but it's about how to use it.
The problem with the West is that they start with political reform going towards democracy.
I don't believe in war, I believe in the principle of deterrence.
When our interests matched, the Americans have been good to us, and when the interests differed, they wanted us to mold ourselves to them, which we refused.
Despite the ethnic diversity within each nation, the social fabric of the region by and large is one.
But for us, in Syria, we have principles. We'll do anything to prevent the region from another crazy war. It's not only Syria. Because it will start in Syria.
In any war, people will pay the price.
Opposition doesn't mean to take arms and kill people and destroy everything.
When you have terrorists, you don't throw at them balloons or you don't use rubber sticks, for example. You have to use armaments.
I think sadness prevails in Syria now. We don't feel anything else but sadness because we have this killing every day, whether with chemical or any other kind.
Did the President order anyone to kill civilians, did he order the destruction, did he order supporting terrorism in his country? Of course not.
From the first day I took the decision as President to defend my country.
Syria is geographically and politically in the middle of the Middle East. That is why we are in contact with most of the problems forever, let us say, whether directly or indirectly.
You cannot talk about winning the war as long as there's killing and destruction on daily basis.
If you want to talk about mistakes, every country has mistakes, every government has mistakes, every person has mistakes. When you have a war, you have more mistakes. That's the natural thing.
Under Syrian law, a journalist is not allowed to report on military matters. This may be wrong or right, but that's just the way it is.
I cannot afford to make mistakes.
Lebanon was under Israeli occupation, up to its capital, but we did not consider that a disaster. Why? Because it was very clear that there are ways to resist.
They want to criticize you, let them criticize and do not worry. Just be transparent with your people and tell them this is the reality.
If you ask Americans whether they've been successful at sealing the border with Mexico, they'll tell you that it's a very difficult proposition.
America is interested in re-arranging the region as it sees fit.
We are fully free, not partially, fully free, in everything related to the future of Syria.
Simply naming objectives isn't sufficient for a vision. If I say that I'm going to build a large palace, but I don't have any money to do so, then that is not a vision - it's an illusion.
Almost all countries have natural dividing lines, and when ethnic and religious partition occurs in one country, it'll soon happen elsewhere.