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Nora Al Ameer, vice president of the Syrian Coalition, said that "the assassination of Father Francis Van DerLugt "comes as the fruit of the false truce that Assad seeks to sign with besieged people inside the Old City so that his agents infiltrate the city and assassinate national figures who objected leaving despite the crippling blockade to prove that the siege affects Muslims and Christians alike." Al Ameer also said…
Ahmad Jarba, head of the Syrian Coalition, is going to travel to China on an official visit on the 14th of April. Jarba will meet with a number of Chinese officials to discuss several issues and to clarify the position of the Syrian people and explain his suffering, in addition to offering prospects of a political solution. Jarba previously met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on January 21st in…
Mohammed Yahya Maktabi, member of the political committee, said that Nasrallah's statements reflect a state of confusion as a result of the high death toll suffered by Hezbollah from the pressure on the party from its social base. Maktabi also said that Hezbollah's fighting capabilities has considerably deteriorated as a result of the high losses it suffered in Syria. Maktabi's remarks came in response to statements made by Nasrallah to…
The General Assembly continued its meetings in Istanbul for the third day. Today's agenda included discussion of the work and achievements carried out by the interim government and its future projects in addition to the difficulties it is facing including the funding problem. The General Assembly also discussed work reports of the Syrian Coalition's ambassadors and the possibility of renewing passports for Syrians. (Source: Syrian Coalition)
The Syrian Coalition said that it "was shocked and deeply saddened by news of the assassination of Father Francis Van Der Lugt, patriarch of the Jesuit monastery in Bustan al Diwan neighborhood, Old Homs." The Coalition condemns, in the strongest possible terms, such a cowardly act and pledges to bring its perpetrators to justice. Father Francis has lived in Syria for more than 35 years, and refused to leave the…
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