Assad son defends him

Assad son defends fight against 'invaders'

The son of Syrian President Bashar Assad states that individuals who call his father a dictator do not understand a realistic look at his country, which the people are united with him in eliminating "invaders".

Hafez Assad, 15, belongs to Syria's delegation in the Worldwide Math Olympiad, a 2-week event being held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Throughout his amount of time in Rio he apparently visited Rio's Christ the Redeemer statute and Sugar Loaf Mountain.

Hafez Assad, who had been named after his grandfather, had stored a minimal profile until he was interviewed by an O Globo newspaper reporter who requested him how he felt about people calling his father a dictator.

"I understand what sort of man my dad is. As president, people say several things (about him). Most are blind. However this (the things they say) is not reality," Hafez Assad responded in Monday's report.

"I live and find out the horror that's happening within my country.

"The people and also the government are united in fight agaist the invaders which are trying to take over the country."

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