The Syrian Coalition condemned the terrorist attacks that have targeted France and Germany over the past few days. The Coalition stressed it stands in solidarity with France and Germany in the face of such “heinous crimes,” extending its deepest condolences to the families of the victims.
“On behalf of the Syrian people, the Syrian Coalition condemns the murder of Father Jacques Hamel who was killed in his church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray northern France on Tuesday,” the Coalition said in a press release issued earlier on Wednesday.
“The Coalition is confident the French people and their government are able to overcome such terrible crimes aimed at causing chaos and terror as well at undermining security and stability,” the Coalition added.
The Coalition reaffirmed condemnation of terrorism in all its forms, stressing that “it is unacceptable for these crimes to continue to happen without the international community being able to understand and tackle the root cause of these crimes.”
Head of the Syrian Coalition’s foreign mission in Germany Bassam Abdullah strongly condemned the attacks that took place in the German cities of Ansbach and Reutlingen over the past two days. Abdullah expressed hope that such incidents will not negatively impact the humanitarian assistance provided by the German government for Syrian refugees.
Abdullah added that the Coalition’s foreign mission in Germany will spare no effort in helping Germany ensure security and peace in the country that opened its doors for Syrians fleeing death at home. (Source: Syrian Coalition)