British lawmakers called on the wife of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, born in the UK to stop supporting your "bloody" mode.
Nadeem Zahavi, a member of the ruling Conservative party, said that born in London, ASMA Assad, who has dual British-Syrian citizenship, "uses her social media platform in support of this "bloody" regime. "Her husband clearly crossed the line from the point of view of the use of poison gas to his people, and she has to make a decision, said Zahavi.
Britain and the United States accused the Syrian President to chemical attack, which on April 4 attacked the rebels seized the town of Khan Shaykhun in Idlib province, which killed 89 people, including children. Syria flatly denied the allegations. This attack prompted the US to launch missile attacks on Syrian military base. British scientists claim that the bombing were used sarin gas or a similar substance.
41-year-old ASMA Assad have an account in Instagram. She also posts messages to Facebook and to the app of Telegram with encrypted messages, with more than 500 thousand subscribers within its channels. She recently published pictures in which she hugged the children and held the hand of an elderly resident of Aleppo along with words of praise for the regime of her husband.
"If ASMA will continue to defend the murderous actions of the Assad regime, the burden of responsibility of the government of the United Kingdom will be to deprive her of citizenship or demonstrate that its actions did not cause serious damage to the vital interests of the United Kingdom," writes Break.
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