BAGHDAD / Obelisk: Syrian President Bashar al-Assad denied in an interview with Channel 'Ray' Italian that his country has no natural incubator to regulate Daash, he underlined that the elements of the organization trained in Syria with the support of foreign governments such as Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, as Western policy backed by multiple images Since the start of the crisis in Syria.
The Syrian president said in the interview that 'some American officials, including former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stressed in her remarks that al-Qaeda was founded by the Americans and with the support of funds Saudi Wahhabi', adding that 'many of the other officials in the United States confirmed that it'.
In response to a question about the organization Daash, Syrian President explained that 'organization founded in Iraq in 2006, and was its leader al-Zarqawi, who was killed by US forces, and therefore it was established under US supervision in Iraq, and the' Daash 'day leader, who they call Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was in American prisons and put in prisons in New York and then released, if were not for Syria irrelevant '.
He said al-Assad: 'Daash not established in Syria but also in Iraq and the work began before that in Afghanistan, based on the statements of the former head of the British government of Tony Blair in which he said that' the war in Iraq has contributed to the creation of the organization Daash ', pointing out that' recognition of this form guide cutter '.
Assad said he can not put a timetable for the transition process provides for elections in Syria as long as some areas of the country under the control of armed opposition
Assad said that "If the Syrians decided through dialogue, a presidential election, there is no red line with regard to this matter, but this is not my decision, it should be subject to agreement between the Syrians'.
In response to a question regarding the responsibility of Assad's what happened to the Syrian people, he replied that 'the only thing that we've done since the beginning of the crisis is to fight terrorism and support dialogue', adding that 'the whole Western game related to regime change, regardless of what is meant by the word system, we do not have a system, but Country'.
Assad concluded that he does not see his future as a citizen separate from what is happening in Syria. He said that 'if it is not my country safe, I can not be safe, if my country was not good can not be a good future, this self-evident'.
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