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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Al-Suwaidaa | “Rejal Al-Karama movement” pledges to face up to the regime’s “unjust approach” started 50 years ago

“Rejal Al-Karama movement” has issued a statement confirming that it will face up to the Syrian regime’s “unjust approach” in Al-Suwaidaa.

 

The statement, of which the Syrian Observatory obtained a copy, reads “the current developments in Syria, including political alignments and incitement of ethnic and sectarian hatred, require us to cling to our Syrian identity, from our honorable history of struggle and pursuant to the will of ‘Sultan Basha Al-Atrash’ the Commander of the Syrian Revolution ‘man’s belief is for god and the homeland belongs to all’. Today, we desperately need to work together on healing the tragic repercussions of the ongoing war, disregarding the foreign agendas and individual interests. So, we re-stress the following issues:

 

  • First: we, at “Rejal Al-Karama movement”, are sticking with our Arab-Syrian identity and remaining steadfast in our national positions, rejecting any foreign project or agenda that not serve the favour of all Syrian people with their various components. We will never be a part of a conspiracy hatched by any actor.

 

  • Second: We sanctify our people’s dignity and freedom of speech, so we will never allow anybody, whatever he is, to deprive us of our freedom and dignity and we will defend our rights in all possible ways which match our noble manners and habits.

 

  • Third: We have many choices to defend and maintain our existence and dignity. We act according to our vision and we will never bow to any extortion attempts against us.

 

  • Fourth: The policy of stall adopted by some officials in the Syrian government to postpone the fulfillment of the rightful demands, is just a part of the regime’s approach which we intend to face up to, especially since this approach has lasted for more than 50 years and done nothing but destruction all over Syria.

 

We have pledged to steadfast in our stand and principles, first of which is to keep our people safe and preserve their dignity and the dignity of others as well. Today, we fulfill our vows through the release of the demonstrators who took to streets claiming the community rights. Despite some of these demonstrators followed wrong ways, they have returned safe to their families, and we hope them to comply with the national approach and to reject all misleading dependencies.”

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