President of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Nasr Al-Hariri, met with the Palestinian-Syrian “Masir” group and a number of Palestinian-Syrian personalities to discuss the conditions of Palestinian-Syrians in Syria as well as the latest developments across the country.
Al-Hariri praised the heroism of Palestinian-Syrians and their active participation in the Syrian revolution as he listened to proposals for reforming the institutions of the revolution. He pointed out that reforms have already started, adding that the SOC has finalized the National Discourse Paper following extensive consultations with a wide range of Syrian components, parties and personalities.
Al-Hariri stressed that the SOC and the reforms it is putting in place are but tools to achieve the ultimate goal of liberating Syria and its people from the yoke of tyranny and terrorism, driving out the invaders, and building a new, democratic Syria.
The meeting brought together Ayman Abu Hashim, Coordinator of the Masir Group, Ahmed Saadou, member of the Coordination Office, Ahmed Abu Nawras from the Dara’a camp for Palestinian refugees, Thaer Abu Sharkh from Azaz in rural Aleppo, and Samar Allouni.
Participants talked about the conditions of Palestinian refugees and displaced persons in Syria as they stressed the need to release the detainees from the prisons of the Assad regime and engage the young people in the political bodies of the revolution.
Abu Hashem pointed to the Assad regime’s gross violations of the rights of the Palestinian-Syrians, stressing that Palestinian-Syrians have been involved with the Syrian revolution since day one and made immense sacrifices.
The Masir group was established in 2016 to act as a revolutionary framework seeking to preserve the Syrian revolution and defending the right of the Syrian people to freedom and democratic change as well as to confront attempts to sow discord between Syrians and Palestinian-Syrians. (Source: SOC’s Media Department)