Final Communiqué of OIC Summit in Mecca Reflects Some Participating Countries' Subordination to Their Western Masters

DAMASCUS, (ST)- The final communiqué issued by the summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, reflects the continuous subordination of some participating countries, mainly the hosting country, to their masters in the West, according to the Syrian  Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates.

Commenting on the comminaque, an official source at the ministry told SANA on Sunday that the summit had better discussed solutions for the crises of some OIC member countries, such as extremism, violence, backwardness closed-mindedness, daily violations of human rights as well as the lack of democracy and freedom instead of assessing and criticizing countries like Syria which has far preceded them in terms of democracy, openness, development and civilization.

 The source added that the communiqué reflects the uncovered and continuous subordination of the participating countries to their masters in the west, pointing out that returning to the talk about Geneva1 statement and the old idea of transitional rule body stresses that these countries' have given blind eyes and deaf ears to all developments and successive events over the past years.

The source concluded by saying that the Syrian Arab Republic affirms that Golan will continue to be a Syrian Arab territory and that it will liberate its occupied lands from Israel and from terrorism by all means.

Syria also reiterates that it awaits no support from such a meeting to confirm its right in its Golan or  it right to liberate its occupied lands.

Hamda Mustafa