Jordan's Abdullah warns Assad could seek Alawite refuge
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Jordan's Abdullah warns Assad could seek Alawite refuge

Damascus : Syria | Aug 07, 2012 at 9:30 AM PDT
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Jordan's King Abdullah II warned in an interview aired Tuesday that President Bashar al-Assad could make a "worst case scenario" retreat to an Alawite stronghold if he falls from power in Damascus. In an interview with CBS News "This Morning," the king said that such an outcome to the Syrian crisis could... FULL ARTICLE AT NOW Lebanon
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A Lebanese Alawite man, prays at the Shrine of Sheikh Omran, a religious site for the Alawite community, at Jebel Mohsen in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, March 9, 2012. A picture of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad is seen on the site.
A Lebanese Alawite man, prays at the Shrine of Sheikh Omran, a religious site for the Alawite community, at Jebel Mohsen in Tripoli, northern Lebanon, March 9, 2012. A picture of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad is seen on the site.
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