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President of the Syrian Coalition, Ahmed Al-Jarba,  and the Qatari Prime Minister, Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, met in a special meeting today. The meeting addressed the views shared by the two countries and the importance of Qatar’s role with their appreciated support of the Syrian Revolution since its inception. The meeting also addressed additional ways to continue to support the Syrian Revolution and meet the aspirations of…
Mr. Hadi Al Bahra, a member of the Syrian National Coalition’s Political Committee, said that the National Coalition "rejects the intervention of any international party in deciding who will attend Geneva II as that will be determined solely by the National Coalition which represents the broadest cross-section of opposition revolutionary and political organizations inside and outside Syria." Bahra pointed out that the Coalition is open to the all the diverse…
The Syrian National Coalition issued a statement today mourning the martyrdom of Abdul Qadir al-Saleh, Commander of al-Tawhid Brigade and devoted son of Syria, who became a fallen hero yesterday. He died from wounds sustained a few days ago when Assad’s airplanes raided the city of Aleppo. Dr Louay Safi, spokesman for the Syrian National Coalition said that " Abdul Qadir al-Saleh was considered one of the most prominent figures…
The Syrian Coalition condemned the “appalling massacre committed by Assad's forces and Hezbollah’s terrorist militia against civilians in the village of Wadi al-Mawla in rural Homs on Friday, when least 27 people were killed, most of whom are descended from one family and most of them women and children." A press statement by the National Coalition blames the international community and states a large part of the responsibility for this…
After receiving a letter from the United Medical Office in Eastern Ghouta, the Syrian Coalition called on international relief organizations to deliver humanitarian aid and medical supplies to the besieged areas within Syrian cities. The Syrian Collation pointed out that the Red Crescent and the Red Cross moved all their activities to regime-held areas, and added that "the humanitarian assistance in Eastern and Western Ghouta and Dara’a has completely stopped,”…
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