In memory of Maysaloun: People's Assembly affirm Syrian people are neither faint nor weak, no matter how severe the tribulations

Damascus (ST): The People’s Assembly has affirmed that as the memory of Maysaloun passes, Syria is more determined to achieve victories and prove that its people are neither faint nor weak, no matter how severe the tribulations and calamities maybe, through  steadfastness in the face of the forces of evil, aggression, and the new, and old terrorism with different clothing and renewed forms.

In a statement on the occasion of the 101st anniversary of the eternal battle of Maysaloun, which falls tomorrow, the Assembly said that if Maysaloun constitutes one of the brightest points in the history of the national struggle of our Syrian Arab people in the twentieth century, the decision of the martyr Youssef Al-Azma with a group of his great companions to wage an unbalanced battle in the scales of military calculations, given the great difference in combat capabilities and capabilities in terms of numbers and equipment formed a milestone and an important detail in the march of struggle and resistance against the brutal French colonialist, noting that al-Azma and his companions paved the way with their pure blood for subsequent generations to carry the flag after them and continue the struggle with determination until achieving complete and undiminished independence.

The Assembly stressed that the proud Syrian people and the brave men of the armed forces were inspired by the values, lessons, and sublime meanings of the epic of Maysaloun, and from it they drew strength, patience and determination, and established through it a new stage in our modern and contemporary history, entitled adherence to national rights and principles, and sacrifice every precious thing in order to preserve every grain of the soil of our beloved country through confronting the fiercest war known to mankind, and steadfastness in the face of the forces of evil, aggression, and the new takfiri terrorism.

K.Q.

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