Episode 63: Bashar al Assad: The Eye Doctor Who Murdered a Nation Footnotes

Episode 63 Footnotes EPA

1. 1982: Syria's President Hafez al-Assad crushes rebellion in Hama

2. How Bashar al-Assad Became A Brutal Dictator

3. REVEALED: How Syrian monster Assad relaxes by listening to PHIL COLLINS

4. Syria mourns death of a 'golden son': Basil Assad's fatal car crash throws open the question of who will succeed the president, writes Robert Fisk in Beirut

5. The enigma of Assad: How a painfully shy eye doctor turned into a murderous tyrant


7. Eichmann's Best Man Lived and Died in Syria

8. Extraordinary rendition: a backstory

9. A court decision that reflects what type of country the U.S. is

10. Syria: The Fall of the House of Assad

11. The Only Remaining Online Copy of Vogue's Asma al-Assad Profile

12. Syrian regime forces filmed dropping 'barrel bomb' on Homs

13. Aleppo’s Reality: Daily Life under Barrel Bombs

14. What's the motivation for killing civilians?

15. Assad Laughs Off Suggestions His Forces Use Barrel Bombs

16. Syria. The facts & figures.

17. What We Know About Syria’s Secret Torture Prisons

18. Gilded lifestyle continued for Assad coterie as conflict raged in Syria

19. Syria, Assad

20. U.S., UK and U.N. documents on Syria

21. Inside the White House During the Syrian 'Red Line' Crisis

22. Bashar al-Assad: behind the mask

23. Hafez al-Assad, Who Turned Syria Into a Power in the Middle East, Dies at 69