of the Tawhid party Wiam Wahhab
said that the Syrian President Bashar Assad is the president of a state
defending itself, noting that the sources funding the militants in Syria are on a decline.
In an interview with LBCI's Nharkom Said
, Wahhab said that there is a problem
on the ground in Syria, adding that Turkey and the Gulf states are amplifying
On the other hand, Wahhab pointed that the Egyptian
President Mohammad Morsi “is the last one who has the right to give lessons in
democracy”, noting that the Muslim Brotherhood rushed in exposing themselves
and showing their hunger for power, stressing that they are the most organized
group in Egypt, yet not the most popular.