BASHAR al - ASSAD's WIFE AND 3 CHILDREN FLEE TO THE UK.
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BASHAR al - ASSAD's WIFE AND 3 CHILDREN FLEE TO THE UK.

London : United Kingdom | May 10, 2011 at 7:55 AM PDT
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Asmar Assad has fled to London because of the violence in Syria. She is living in a safe house in London with her three children. Presumably she denies them the opportunity of seeing smuggled video taken on mobile phones and broadcast worldwide on the internet as well as TV over what is going on out there.

She should not have any problems with living costs since she will undoubtedly have access to the brutal dictator's funds said to be around £40 billion which he has smuggled out of Libya.

35 year old Asmar was born in England and lived in West Acton during her schooldays.

Her husband was studying medicine in London but discontinued on the death of his father to become the president. It is doubtful had he qualified that he would have been a conscientous sympathetic practitioner.

Presumably Asmar met her husband whilst he was studying in London.

With her civilised upbringing it is doubtful that she is in accord with her husband's actions; and probably whatever the outcome would not feel comfortable ever returning to Syria.

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Elderly1933Extrovert is based in Carmarthen, Wales, United Kingdom, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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