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Support for the Syrian Revolution and condemn any Israeli aggression
Posted on May 14, 2013
We Syrians and Soeriat Switzerland, citizens and citizens of conscience,
and / or organizations Syria and Swiss, supporters of the Syrian
revolution, we condemn unreservedly attacks committed by the Zionist state
over the weekend on the fifth of May / May 2013 in Syria, which Antheck the
national sovereignty of the Syrian people.
The Zionist state, which still occupies the Syrian Golan since 1967, which
is still committed crimes against the Palestinian people and the peoples of
the region, is by no means a friend of the Syrian people in their struggle
against the Revolutionary Assad regime Almafue. The system has never been
Asadi resistance force, but on the contrary, has the form of the protection
of the Zionist state for more than four decades. I suppress Acanutatorhafez
system Assad Palestinians and Palestinian, as well as the progressive
movement in Lebanon in 1976, which led to end their revolt and resistance
Ddath Zionism. Syrian regime also arrested during the past forty years both
tried to develop effective resistance to liberate all of the Golan and
Palestine. Moreover, the Syrian dictatorial regime in the wake of the
Israeli raid on Sunday, May 5 / May 2013, has been brought against the
Zionist state bombed, but Dick usual Syrian cities, including in the
Palestinian refugee camp near Faalermuk from the center of Damascus.
The speech of the "resistance" Use only to strengthen the presence of the
tyrannical and oppressive system and the Syrian people deprived of his
rights and freedoms Bhjhugod external risk. We declare that the only real
power is generated by the Syrian people, Rebel, and the victory of the
revolution and the fall of the Assad regime will inevitably be the first
step towards the liberalization of the occupied Golan and historic
We reaffirm our full support for the rights of the Palestinian people,
including the return of refugees and self-determination in the territory
Velstinaltarichah. We also condemn all attempts by the Syrian regime to
turn the revolution into a sectarian war, including massacres Last
Ddalmdnyin in the isolation of women and children in the village of white
in Banias. We condemn and deplore the sectarian rhetoric of some of the
spectra of the Syrian opposition-backed Gulf states; revolution for freedom
We also condemn the bombings Rihaniyya near the Syrian border, who cause
the death of more than 46 victims and injured a hundred people on May 12 /
May 2013, as well as all attacks perpetrated against refugees and refugee
Syrians. We declare our full solidarity with the victims of the Turks and
Finally, we reiterate our full support for the revolution of the Syrian
people for the establishment of a civilian democratic state based on
Moatnalba of the Syrians and the Syrian, without any discrimination on
grounds of religion, race or sex ...
Long live the revolution of the Syrian people and the glory of the martyrs.
My statement until the date of May 13 / May 2013:
Syrian Women for Democracy
Current Syrian revolutionary left
Movement for Socialism
Solidarity solidaritéS the
Syria Audio Analysis: Have US & Britain Changed Their
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 14:30 | Scott
in EA Middle East and
, Middle East and
EA's Scott Lucas spoke with Monocle 24's The Briefing this afternoon about
the latest US and British rhetoric on Syria.
*Listen from 17:26 on The Briefing
in a separate pop-out window<http://monocle.dl.groovygecko.com/m24/10800399.mp3
In a week when British Prime Minister David Cameron met Russian leader
Vladimir Putin and then US President Barack Obama, have Washington and
London moved from support of the insurgency to a political accommodation
with the regime?
And what of others involved in the conflict --- for example, why is Iran
talking so tough this week?
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