Paris can’t combat terrorism if in union with Qatar, Saudi Arabia – Assad
France cannot combat terrorism as long as it remains Qatar and Saudi Arabia's ally, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said Nov.18, RIA Novosti reported citing Arabic Al Mayadeen TV channel.
In an interview with French Valeurs Actuelles magazine Nov.17, Assad said Syria will only share intelligence information with France if Paris changes its policy in the region.
A series of terrorist attacks were committed in Paris Nov.13. Unidentified people opened fire at a restaurant and three explosions occurred in the vicinity of the Stade de France.
In addition, unknown people took hostages during a rock concert in the Bataclan theater.
As many as 129 people were killed as a result of these terrorist attacks, according to the latest data.