It all started with British Prime Minister David Cameron's remarks in an interview with Al-Arabiya TV, where he said he was willing to give Syrian President Bashar al-Assad "safe passage" if that's what it takes to stop the bloodshed in the country. Assad responded with a tough stand and warned about the grave consequences of foreign intervention. "I'm not a puppet, and I was not made by the West to go to the West or to any other country," he told Russia Today TV. "I am Syrian. I was made in Syria and to live and die in Syria." International aid agencies say that resources and stamina are running out in Syria. Even Tunisia has offered asylum to al-Assad in an attempt to prevent further violence. But Assad warned of a "domino effect" if other countries intervened in the conflict.
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