Syria: UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon


’2013 will be remembered as the year in which the world bid a sad but celebratory farewell to Nelson Mandela… I can think of nothing I would rather see in 2014 than for world leaders to emulate his example in upholding their moral and political responsibilities.’ (UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon on the UN-website where you’ll find no mention of the 5.000 Syrians  which were just evacuated)

Syria: 5.000 citizens evacuated without the help of the UN

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Five thousand citizens evacuated from Workers' city of Adra

Dec 29, 2013, Damascus, (SANA) - More than 5 thousand citizens in the residential worker city of Adra were evacuated on Sunday by the help of the Syrian Arab army, Minister of Social Affairs Kinda al-Shammat said.

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’2013 will be remembered as the year in which the world bid a sad but celebratory farewell to Nelson Mandela… I can think of nothing I would rather see in 2014 than for world leaders to emulate his example in upholding their moral and political responsibilities.’ (UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon on the UN-website where you’ll find no mention of the 5.000 Syrians  which were just evacuated)


As a reminder:

Workers stage sit-in before UN in Damascus condemning Adra massacre

Damascus, Dec 16, 2013 (SANA)-Hundreds of workers on Monday staged a sit-in before the UN Headquarters in Damascus condemning the terrorist massacre perpetrated by the armed terrorist groups against civilians in Adra, Damascus countryside.

In a letter sent to the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, the workers denounced the silence of the UN and its organizations towards the acts of terrorists against the Syrian labors.

They called on the UN, the international Labor organization to immediately and actively intervene at the countries which support the mercenaries in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey to pressure those terrorists to halt the killing, slaughtering against the Syrian workers in Adra or in any other places.


"The Syrian workers had a big part of the crimes of terrorists through targeting them in their factories, companies and transport means, houses, the latest of which was the terrorist attack on Adra," participants in the sit-in said.

They added that the crime is a dishonor on the world's civilized forehead where innocent workers are being killed by takfiri thinking.

The workers concluded by saying that the fault of those who were slaughtered that they had stood by the homeland and worked hard to ensure the basic needs of Syrian citizen.

Gathering of "Syrians against terrorism and war" condemns the act

Meanwhile, the gathering of "Syrians against terrorism and war" strongly condemned the brutal acts of the terrorist groups against unarmed civilians in Adra.  

"Targeting the workers, employees is a terrorist crime which exceeds all brutality of war crimes," the gathering said in a statement, holding the international community responsible for such terrorist crimes.

It called on the UN envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi to put counter-terrorism as a priority in the works of Geneva conference, considering that no political solution or life for Syrians with the remaining of terrorism. 


Russia condemns Adra massacre, calls on world community to react


Latest News Syria: Aid for Syrian citizens

"Homeland warm lap" event to fill 10 thousand food baskets

December 19, 2013

Damascus, (SANA) - General Establishment for distributing textile production "Sundos" in cooperation with the High Relief Committee held an event at al-Jalaa stadium in Damascus under the title "Homeland warm lap" to fill 10 thousand food baskets and distribute them to the citizens affected by the acts of the armed terrorist groups.

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Syria, Palestine: Israeli occupation

November 26, 2013

New York, (SANA) – Syria's Permanent Representative to the UN Bashar al-Jaafari said that the Israeli occupation entity seeks to find conditions of explosion in the region because, as its leaders admit, it can’t continue without a war, so it sponsors terrorism in the region.

In a speech during the meeting of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (UNISPAL) at the UN on Tuesday, al-Jaafari said that in light of the policy of fait accompli which Israel tires to impose, it's unacceptable that the UN and the member states deal with it in routine or solidarity without any productive act.

He reminded of the UN general Assembly resolution No. 273 for 1949 which specified the acceptance of Israel's membership at the UN, mainly on the condition that it would commit to resolutions relevant to the Palestinian issue which affirm the Palestinian people's right in establishing their state with Jerusalem as its capital and their right to return home.

Al-Jaafari said that Israel's escaping from punishment encouraged it to escalate its hostile practices and violation of human rights and international law.

"Part of the Syrian territories is still under occupation, since more than 45 years, despite the Security Council unanimous resolution No. 497 for 1981 which considered Israel's decision to annex the Syrian Golan in 1981 null and void and without legal basis, and based on this, the UN is required to shoulder its responsibilities to force Israel to apply to its resolutions," al-Jaafari said.

" It is unacceptable that the UN has failed in forcing Israel carry out the international resolutions, stop its flagrant, systemized violations of the Syrians' right under occupation in Golan, put an end to the apartheid, looting the natural Golan resources, including oil, gas and water ," al-Jaafari said.

He added that Israel has lately marketed for a kind of wine produced in its settlements in the occupied Syrian Golan; it markets it in a number of UN member states which vote against Israel polices, and perhaps these countries don't know that the wine comes from the Israeli settlements in Golan.

"It is also unacceptable that Israel continues the campaigns of the feverish settlement in the Syrian Golan, building a racial separation wall to the East of the occupied Majdal Shams city and rejecting handing over the mine fields' maps, planted in the Golan termites, to the international organizations," al-Jaafair said.

He held Israel and its politicians responsible for sponsoring terrorism and involving in cooperation, protecting the armed terrorist groups in the UNDOF.

Al-Jaafari affirmed that the choice of the just and comprehensive peace wouldn't not be achieved except by Israel's full withdrawal from the Arab territories into the line of June 4th, 1967, the establishment of the Palestinian independent state with Jerusalem as its capital and resolving the Palestinian refugees issue according to resolution No. 194 for 1948.

Mazen Eyon


Foreign backed terrorism in Syria

Nov 17, 2013

Damascus, (SANA)- Terrorist mortar attacks continue to claim more innocent lives in Damascus as a number of mortar shells hit Sunday various areas in the city and countryside and caused the martyrdom of 8 citizens and the injury of scores of others.

A source at Damascus Police Command said a mortar shell that landed near al-Sheikh Raslan Mosque in Bab Touma neighborhood killed three citizens and wounded 15 others, including children, referring also to seventeen other citizens who were also injured by a mortar shell that hit their bus in al-Sheikh Raslan area.

A citizen was martyred by a mortar shell that fell near al-Farouq school in Bab Sharqi, which also injured two other citizens, while material damage was caused by another shell that hit a house behind bab al-Salam.

The source added that two other citizens were martyred, 6 others were injured as six mortar shells landed in Baghdad Street.

Five other citizens, including a female school teacher, got wounded by two mortar shells that targeted Lubaneh al-Hilaliyeh school and the area between the French Hospital and al-Tahrir Square in al-Qassaa.

A citizen was martyred and two other citizens got injured by a shell that landed in al-Abbassiyeen bus garage.

Three citizens were also injured by shrapnel of a mortar shell that fell in al-Soufaniyeh square in Bab Touma area.

Citizen martyred in Jaramana, Damacsus Countryside

Jaramana city in Damascus Countryside was also targeted by the terrorists as a citizen was martyred and four others got injured in an attack with three mortar shells that hit al-Rawdeh neighborhood and the main square in the city of Jaramana.

The attack also caused material damage to a number of houses, shops and cars.






H. Said

Terrorism in Syria is backed by the U.S., Saoudi Arabia and Qatar


Syrians' right to self-determination



Latest News Syria: Russia supports Syrian people's will

November 15, 2013

Damascus, (SANA)- President Bashar al-Assad on Thursday received a phone call from Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in which the latter stressed Russia's support for the Syrian people's will.

The conversation touched upon the efforts being exerted to find a solution to the crisis in Syria particularly as far as the proposed Geneva conference is concerned, with President Putin expressing his appreciation of the Syrian government's stance seeking to make a success of these efforts.

The Russian President voiced hope that all other sides take constructive positions in this regard, expressing his concern over the acts of violence committed by the extremists against the Syrian civilians.

He applauded the Syrian people's steadfastness in the face of what they are being exposed to, stressing Russia's support for the Syrian people's will whom he affirmed are the only ones to decide their country's future.

President al-Assad, for his part, expressed thanks to Russia for its supportive stance towards the Syrian people and for its rejection of the continued attempts at foreign intervention in their internal affairs , emphasizing the importance of bolstering bilateral relations between the two countries in the interest of their two friendly peoples.

Both Presidents stressed their common interest in continuing cooperation and coordination between the two sides.

H. Said


Latest News Syria: symbolic gifts to the martyrs' families


November 13, 2013

Damascus, (SANA) – Prime Minister, Dr. Wael al-Halqi said that honoring martyrs reflects embodiment of the sublime values of martyrdom.

"Honoring martyrs is also a constitutional, legal, humane and ethical duty towards the martyrs' families," the Premier added during a ceremony for honoring martyrs' families at Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts in Damascus.

He stressed the government's keenness to offer the martyrs' families the care that befits their sacrifices.

PM al-Halqi elaborated on the lofty meanings of martyrdom and the role of martyrs in shielding the homeland against any future attempts that seek to undermine Syria.

Al-Halqi underlined the importance that the government and civil society exert concerted efforts to offer all it takes to honor martyrs and their families.

''Syria is marching towards astounding victory thanks to the sacrifices of the Syrian Arab army,'' al-Halqi said, indicating that Syria is recovering from its wounds and witnessing the start of the reconstruction process.

The Premier distributed symbolic gifts to the martyrs' families, who affirmed that they take pride in the martyrdom of their sons to preserve the unity and dignity of the homeland.

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Photo: President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt. Nasser supported the Palestinian cause and the right to self-determination. In 1956 after the United States had refused to grant aid for building the Aswān Dam, Nasser nationalized the Suez Canal. The nationalization led to the 1956 Arab-Israeli War, in which Great Britain, France, and Israel jointly attacked Egypt.

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News Syria: Massive rally in Jibreen, Aleppo to support the army


November 12, 2013

Aleppo, (SANA) - Citizens of Jibreen village in Aleppo went out in a massive rally to express support to the Syrian Army in confronting terrorism.

The citizens took to streets and squares of the village with the participation of Electricity Minister Imad Khamis, Secretary of Aleppo Branch of al-Baath Arab Socialist Part Ahmad Saleh Ibrahim and Aleppo Governor Mohammad Wahid Akkad.

The participants affirmed their support to the Syrian Army in confronting terrorism and achieving victories over the enemies and terrorists who are launching a fierce war on Syria, stressing readiness to sacrifice their souls for preserving Syria's dignity and sovereignty.

For his part, the Electricity Minister hailed the steadfastness of Aleppo citizens in the face of the war to which Syria is exposed, affirming the government's keenness to meet the citizens' needs, pointing out that the maintenance workshops will work to rehabilitate electrical power in the village.



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Polio Vaccination Campaign Syria: A Trojan horse

Along one side the West wants a puppet government in Syria and delivers constantly weapons to the terrorists and opposition fighting the Syrian government.

On the other hand, it makes publicity for its 'Global Poverty Project' by advertising mass vaccination campaigns simultaneously in Syria and other countries (Iraq, Pakistan,).

That's pure hypocrisy because polio is a result of a lack of hygienic conditions (water, food).

It is therefore that the Syrian Health Minister, Dr. Saad al-Nayef, has requested the International Concerned organizations to demand the economic embargo on Syria lifted as it targets the health, food and medicine of the Syrian children.

Let us wait and see if Western organizations and government leaders dare to be honest...


Latest News Syria: Syrian people demonstrating

Nov 3, 2013

Homs, (SANA) – For the second consecutive day, the people of the Rastan city in Homs countryside demonstrated against the armed terrorist groups on Sunday.

SANA reporter said that more than 1000 persons took to streets, chanting slogans against the terrorists and calling for the Syrian Arab Army to eliminate these groups.

They stressed that the terrorists are responsible for the current situation in the city.

M. Nassr