Condemnations for the US aggression on areas in Deir Ezzor continue

On February 27th, the Arab Socialist Baath Party in Yemen, and the Yemeni Social Nationalist Party condemned the American aggression on areas in Deir Ezzor near the Syrian-Iraqi border.

The two parties said in a joint statement: “We condemn and denounce the international silence regarding the unfair siege and repeated attacks on Syria.We call on all the free people of the world to condemn the aggression and siege imposed on our Syrian Arab people and stand against the Zionist and American hegemony.”


In turn, the General Coordinator of the Islamic Action Front in Lebanon, Sheikh Zuhair Al-Ju'id, condemned the American aggression, describing it as  barbaric and a continuation of the terrorist war that was launched against Syria.

For his part, Member of   the Iranian Islamic Shoura Council (Parliament) Shahriar Haydar isaid that the American aggression came to support the ISIS terrorist organization as it is the tool that Washington uses to undermine security in Syria.

The Federation of Arab American Associations (FEARAB) in Argentina condemned the American aggression on areas in Deir Ezzor near the Syrian-Iraqi border.

The Federation said in a statement: “ We condemn and denounce the usurpation of international law and the United Nations Charter in the presence of foreign occupying forces, led by the American forces and their local agents, on the sovereign territory of Syria.”

The Federation denounced the misleading protection that Washington gives its clients illegally.

The Federation renewed its refusal of any  attack on the peace and security of the Syrian people, as well as to use the sovereign Syrian territories as part of the regional and international geopolitical game in the West to achieve their interests.

It is noteworthy that the Federation of Argentine Arab Societies represents more than 350 associations throughout the country from a community that includes the third, fourth and fifth generation of Argentine citizens and descendants of Arab immigrants.

On February 27th, the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates called on the UN Security Council to assume its responsibilities and take immediate action to halt the American attacks on Syrian lands and prevent their recurrence.


O. al-Mohammad