Syrian First Lady Asma Assad may have fled to London: Report
How long the dictators all over the world would be able to hold their bastion is a prudent question. The fate of Iraq and Egypt has already been decided in regards to free the country from the clutch of one man and his family; and many are in lines to see the same fate in the near or far future.
Syria is going through the trouble since sometimes immediately after the Egypt protests started, and so far Bashar al-Assad, the son of late Hafez al-Assad, has been able to able to suppress the uprising by killing innocent protesting people. This is obvious for any dictator not to give up the reign easily leaving the country and its wealth to the people of this country, but in the end the result is just one that is leave under pressure. The uprising status in Syria is a matter of speculation as not much are appearing in the media, but the presumable news of Asma Assad, the wife of Bashar Assad, fleeing the country of her husband to London surely indicate that something is happening in the country. Asma left for Britain with her three children is the news in the media. Her where about is not disclosed so far, but she somewhere in a safe house near London, reported Daily Telegraph. Her parents Fawaz Akhras, a consultant cardiologist, and her mother a retired diplomat live in west London, informed the source. Asma is adjudged as one of the most glamorous first ladies in the world. Born in Britain Asma is a British citizen and now holds dual citizenship, the other is Syrian. The reason for Asma’s leaving the country is given as a warning to her that read as “to get out as soon as you can”. The 35 years old first lady of Syria is out of the country for almost three weeks now, according to Arab news organizations. Her beauty has been described by the US Vogue magazine as “a rose in the desert”.
Syrian uprising has seen 800 people killed by the dictator’s forces that includes men, women and children.