Assad speaks to supporters in 2012
Assad speaks to supporters in 2012 AFP news agency

Muhammad Adnan, an opponent of the Syrian regime who is living in Turkey, spoke to Arutz Sheva's Yoni Kempinski about his concern for his remaining relatives in Syria and his hopes for an American strike against the Assad regime.

“My mother and my father are in Syria now,” Adnan said, adding that his family feels very concerned and vulnerable.

Adnan said that his family and other Syrians anticipate a Syrian intervention within 4 to 5 days.

“Assad lied to us, [saying that] the enemy is Israel and the Americans. But now, after 70 years, we know who the enemy is: the Assad family, Hezbollah, and Iran,” Adnan declared.