Sabbagh: Palestine will remain Syrian central cause

Tehran – People’s Assembly Speaker, Hammoudeh Sabbagh, affirmed on Monday that Palestine will remain the central cause of Syria defending it with all force until establishing an independent Palestinian state with al-Quds al-Sharif as its capital.

Sabbagh said in a speech to the the 4th Extraordinary Meeting of Permanent Committee on Palestine at the Parliamentary Union of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC)in Tehran, that the Palestinian people live with the bitterness of killing and displacement in one of the worst tragedies of recent history under the Israeli occupation supported by those who claim democracy and defense of human rights and they are far from that.

He added that Palestinian men, youth, children, and women have written, in terms of resistance and legendary in the face of the systematic murder and bloody Zionist crimes, a great example in the heroism in order to achieve victory and liberation, no matter how severe the pain was.

Sabbagh affirmed that Syria was and still is one of the first countries that stood by the Palestinian people, supported its cause and steadfastness, and provided assistance to it in all domains because its cause is a Syrian one, and that our absolute belief in the inevitability of returning the right to its true owners, no matter how long or short the time was.

Speaker of People’s Assembly said that Palestine will remain the central cause of Syria until achieving the hoped-for goal of the establishment of the independent state with Jerusalem as its capital.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA)

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