Syrian President Warns Extremist Mentality Pervading World

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Syrian President Bashar Assad told a visiting delegation of British lawmakers that the gravest danger facing the world now is that of the extremist mentality pervading the societies in the middle East and beyond the region.

Syrian President, during the meeting with the British delegation that includes members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords and religious as wel as academic figures, also highlighted the importance of the visits paid by foreign delegations to Syria to the effect of exposing the falsification practiced by the Western media, SANA reported.

Bashar Assad elaborated that such visits and the opportunity of getting acquainted with the situation and facts on the ground would contribute to clearing the image and laying bare the falsification practiced by some Western media outlets against the people of their countries, especially that these media have political agendas that are in the interest of the governments and not the people.

As the talks focused on the terrorist war in Syria and the growing dangers of the terrorism and extremism on the region and the world, Syrian president affirmed that the gravest danger facing the world now is that of the extremist mentality pervading the societies inside the region and beyond.

This mentality, the President said, is the underpinning of terrorism that has started recently to strike in many areas inside Europe and the Western countries in general.

He made it clear that in order to eliminate terrorism, one needs not only fighting it on the ground, but also confronting the ideology underlying it, which just knows no borders.

The British delegation members, for their part, said that having visited Syria and got to meet many Syrian officials and citizens, they can now work on conveying the truth and correcting the wrong vision which the British government and a large swath of the British public have on Syria, in addition to conveying the great deal of suffering the Syrians have to put with due to the terror crimes.

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