On Their National Day, Syrian captives in Israeli Occupation Jails Remain Steadfast

QUNEITRA – The Syrian Captive Day, which is observed on April 21st, comes as Syrian captives in Israeli occupation jails remain steadfast and committed to their nationalist positions despite the brutal Israeli practices against them, SANA reported.

On this occasion, the Committee for Supporting Syrian Captives in Israeli Jails denounced in a statement the oppressive Israeli practices against Syrian and Arab captives and detainees, calling on international organizations to shoulder their responsibility and protect Arab captives from the blatant violations carried out against them by the Israeli occupation.

Trump’s Declaration on Occupied Syrian Golan Mere Ink on Paper

DAMASCUS- All written words throughout history in rejection of occupation and usurpation of lands, every inch of the Golan’s land and the sacrifices by the Syrian people to liberate it from the “Israeli” occupation affirm that it is the beating heart of Syria and it is impossible to Judaize or usurp it.

The Golan has a deep-rooted cultural history since the Palaeolithic (Old Stone Age) as it has been inhabited by the Canaanites, the Assyrians, the Amorites, the Arameans, the Chaldeans, the Nabataeans, the Romans, the Byzantines, and the Arabs .

The US President Donald Trump’s declaration on the occupied Syrian Golan will remain mere ink on paper and without any value, particularly as the UN resolutions ban the recognition of occupation’s sovereignty over the lands it usurps as a result of war.

According to SANA, Historian Mahmoud al-Sayyed at the Antiquities and Museums General Directorate says that the archeological finds affirm that the Golan is an inseparable part of the homeland Syria and that the archeological sites in the Golan are historically linked to the successive civilizations in Syria.

Protests continue across Syria against Trump’s declaration on occupied Syrian Golan

Provinces - Protests on Thursday continued in a number of provinces in condemnation and rejection of US President Donald Trump’s declaration on the occupied Syrian Golan, SANA reported.

In Deir Ezzor, lawyers held a stand in front of the governorate’s building in Deir Ezzor City in protest against Trump’s proclamation.

Meanwhile, people of Quneitra held a stand in Damascus countryside in protest against Trump’s declaration on the occupied Syrian Golan.

Participants in the stand, asserted that the occupied Golan is a Syrian Arab land despite of all the attempts of the US administration along with the Zionist Lobby to impose its  guardianship and expansionist practices.

In Duma City in Damascus Countryside, a stand was also held at the  public square in condemnation of the US President’s declaration.

People of Occupied Syrian Golan Stress Adherence to Syrian Arab Identity, Say Golan is an Integral Part of Syria

QUNEITRA, (ST)- People of the occupied Syrian Golan have condemned US President Donald Trump's Recognition of Israel's "sovereignty" over the Syrian Golan, stressing that this declaration is null and void and it has no legal effect.

During a rally held in the occupied Baq'ata village, the people of Golan affirmed that Trump's Declaration violates UN Charter and international resolutions on Golan, mainly No. 497 which considers Golan as an occupied Syrian land and stresses that all the Israeli occupation's procedures regarding this Syrian land are null and void.

 The Golan people reiterated that Golan is an integral part of the Syrian Arab Republic.

Israel Exploiting Developments in Syria to Consolidate Its Occupation of Syrian Golan, Ala Warns

GENEVA- Hussam el-Din Ala, Syria’s Permanent Representative to the UN in Geneva,  warned on Wednesday against the Israeli malicious attempts to exploit the situation and the latest developments in Syria and the region to consolidate Israel's occupation of the Syrian Golan in a flagrant violation of UNSC resolutions, particularly resolution No.497 for 1981, according to SANA.

The Syrian permanent mission at the UN in Geneva, in cooperation with the Arab Lawyers Union, organized a symposium under the title “the occupied Syrian Golan… 52 years of Israeli occupation, on the sidelines of the 40th session of the Human rights Council.