Assad regime will fall through (20) days .. And will change the political map of the area

Deputy for Kurdistan: the Assad regime will fall through (20) days .. And will change the political map of the area

Dated: 7/21/2012 8:43:24 Saturday

Arbil (news) .. expect MP / Kurdish coalition blocs / Sirwan Ahmed, the collapse of the regime of President Bashar al-Assad (20) days, noting that this collapse will change the political map of the region, urging the Iraqi government set the border to prevent infiltration of terrorists.
Ahmed said In a statement (of the Agency news): The fall of the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria will change the political map of the area in general and affect the (Iraq, Turkey, and Jordan) in particular.
He added, the Iraqi government must control its borders with Syria in order not to infiltrate the terrorists, especially belonging to the Al-Qaeda.
predicted MP from the Kurdish coalition blocs: the fall of the Assad regime through (20) days, particularly as the border crossings of the three between Iraq, Turkey, Syria has become, however, the Syrian army free.
This enables the Syrian army free, opposition to the regime of President Bashar al-Assad, to control the ports border between Iraq.
said senior agent for the Iraqi Interior Ministry, Adnan al-Asadi, said that all the crossings and border outposts between Iraq and Syria had fallen to the Syrian army free, including the existing and Tanf), while there are still battles in Sinjar, a point that small border in the north.
added This is a normal situation, because the residents of these areas, anti-government, and the Syrian army’s formal focus on the capital and the region far from the capital, so it is natural to fall crossings and stations in the hands of the Syrian army free. He Asadi: in front of a border points, attacked the army of free village Hadjigen and the killing of two people of the area and cutting the hands of the lieutenant-colonel in the Syrian army before the eyes of the regular Iraqi soldiers. / End / 24. n. r /
Source: ikhnews