Syrian communities and students reiterate support for homeland in confronting terrorism

Syrian communities and students in India, Malaysia, Czech, Bulgaria, Britain, Algeria and Lebanon have reiterated their support for their homeland and the Syrian Arab army in confronting terrorism.

They condemned the terror attacks that target the Syrian people in the homeland, vowing to go ahead with standing by the homeland till the achievement of victory over terrorism.

Many communities' members and students gathered Sunday outside the Syrian embassies in the said countries at an invitation from the Syrian Students National Union (SSNU) in cooperation with the Syrian embassies abroad, according to the official news agency (SANA).

The SSNU has held a lot of activities abroad in order to clarify what is going on in Syria before the world public opinion.



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Syrian expatriates: Monday's terror blasts in Tartous and Jableh serve Zionist agenda

Syrian Expatriates in 20 countries have condemned the terror bombings in coastal cities of Jableh and Tartous that killed dozens of innocent persons last Monday.

The expatriates described the terror bombings as a 'coward act', which reflects bankruptcy of the conspirators on Syria and their Arab and western supporters.

"The terror bombings serve the Zionist entity [Israel] and target Syria's unity and stances," the expatriates said in a statement carried by the official news agency (SANA) on Wednesday.

Forum for Syria, Syrian community in Hungary condemn al-Zara massacre and Badreddine's assassination

Forum for Syria and the Syrian community in Hungary have condemned the brutal massacre perpetrated by the terrorist organizations in al-Zara town in Hama countryside and the assassination of the Hezbollah commander Mustafa Badreddine near Damascus airport.

They said in a statement carried by the official news agency (SANA) on Saturday that the massacre coincided with the national reconciliation which started in the province of Hama and in many areas nationwide.

Syrian consulate in Cairo marks Martyrs' Day

The Syrian Consulate in Cairo in cooperation with the Syrian Students Union and the Syrian community held an activity on Friday to mark the anniversary of Martyrs' Day.

During the activity, the Syrian consular Riad Snih stressed that all the invaders who came to Syria were defeated throughout history.

"In 1916, the cutthroat Ottoman governor set up gallows to hang the freedom, independence and dignity of Syria," the consular said, indicating that those who have not learnt from the lessons of history send terrorists to attack Syria.

Forum for Syria in Hungary stresses hegemonic forces use terrorists to attack Syria

The Forum for Syria in Hungary has underscored that a lot of martyrs sacrificed their lives for preserving Syria's independence and unity.

It said in a statement released on the occasion of Martyrs' Day that Syrian martyrs were the seeds of salvation from the ottoman and French colonialists.

"Now, Syria faces a global war launched  by hegemonic forces that use cheap means [terrorists]. But Syrian army, people and wise leadership are facing them,"  the forum added, according to the official news agency (SANA ).