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Asma Assad

Reader comment on: The 'Desert Rose' Who's Standing by her Murderous Husband

Submitted by lourdes (United States), Apr 4, 2012 22:20

Excellent article on Asma Assad I was somewhat fooled or may i say actually hoped she was different. Concrete proof that we can not believe everything we read, A couple of weeks ago the writer for Vogue who wrote a rose in the desert said all she wanted to is write her story and get out of Syria because that was her job. She also spoke of no individual freedoms constantly being followed.


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