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March 15th, 2012
07:02 PM ET

Tonight on AC360: What Assad's personal emails reveal

Private emails leaked to AC360 shed light on the luxuries enjoyed by Assad's family while Syrians were massacred. In this preview, Anderson Cooper discusses the disturbing emails with Fouad Ajami, Sr. Fellow at Stanford University. At 8 and 10 p.m. ET, watch the complete conversation with Mr. Ajami and photojournalist Paul Conroy who recently escaped from Syria.

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  1. Vlastimir

    Anderson,
    This is a civil war with all the consequences it bears. Fighters, armed with light to medium armament. You keep showing them blowing up tanks, hunting snipers, patrolling areas etc.
    Are these civilians? Oh, are they maybe hiding among civilians? God forbid, these piously bearded individuals might even be salafi Muslims on a Jihad to rid Damascus from the Alawite/Shiite infidels!
    Even though all of this does not excuse Assad's actions, it would shed a different light on this conflict!

    Fouad Ajami is a typical warmongering immigrant. He is not Syrian, he is Lebanese, not an Arab, his family are Iranian Shiite. Where did you dig this guy up, is this really the best you could find?

    March 15, 2012 at 8:34 pm |
  2. Chato

    What kind of a leader is he for his country? Sickening! The Assads are so out of touch to not know there are people being killed out in the street, women and children being killed on a daily basis by their own military. Is this what they want for their people? What the world leaders can do is to not give them entry at all to any parts of their world until they solve the countries problem. To do that by the leaders of the world will send a message to leaders who are dictators of their own country. A good way to punish them.

    March 15, 2012 at 7:59 pm |
    • Vlastimir

      Of course they are aware of what is happening, but after a year of civil war, life goes on!
      Also, they would not have been the rulers of Syria, were they not ruthless! This would not be the first time they massacred a part of their own population.

      March 15, 2012 at 8:37 pm |
    • frank

      it's look like you never been to war and never see dead people...
      war is not pretty. assad has the right to defense his country against terrorist , howre using shooting at government force...

      March 16, 2012 at 3:27 pm |
  3. Carol

    I wonder what the rest of the world thinks about Assad murdering the citizens of Syria. The international criminal court in particular should be investigating Assad and his military leaders for crimes against humanity.

    March 15, 2012 at 7:43 pm |