Head of Syrian-Kurdish Initiative: western hostile departments try to
imitate chaos, Dara'a citizens reject acts of troublemakers
Mar 21, 2011
DAMASCUS, (SANA)-Head of the Syrian-Kurdish Initiative Omar Ossi on Monday
underlined that the Syrian people, with all spectrums and parties, enjoy
social glorious life and strong relations, adding "some western hostile
departments try to copy and imitate chaos that hit a number of the region
countries and reflect it on the Syrian case.
"The region witnesses a form of chaos and destabilization in some countries…
there is an attempt to copy or imitate this pattern in Syria, but the Syrian
Kurds are distinctively nationalists," Ossi said in statement.
Meanwhile, people in Dara'a rejected and denounced acts of some
troublemakers who attacked private and public properties, hospitals and cars
and frightened people.
Degnitaries and representatives of social and religious activities said in
statements to SANA that the acts of those troublemakers contradict with the
demands they call for, underlining that those acts are condemned.
Imam of al-Omari Mosque in Dara'a Sheikh Ahmad al-Sayasna called for calm
and keeping away from acts of destabilization, warning against the dangers
of engaging in those acts or attacking private or public properties which
are ownership for all people.
Ahmad al-Hariri, one of Dara'a citizens waned against listening to rumors
that provoke chaos and pollute atmospheres of security and safety which the
Syrians are enjoying.
Chairman of Dara'a chamber of commerce and industry Qasem al-Masalma
expressed the citizens' rejection of those strange acts, saying "we want
calm to prevail among the youth to consolidate the national bond."
He referred to continuous efforts by all civil and official activities to
meet the demands of Dara'a youths through contacting with the competent
Tribe dignitaries reject campaigns targeting their image, affirm adherence
to Syria's patriotic and national stances
A number of tribe dignitaries in Syria affirmed their rejection of malicious
campaigns targeting their image through mass media, stressing their
adherence to Syria's patriotic and national stances which are embodied by
President Bashar al-Assad.
Hassan Mohammad al-Musalet, one of the elders of the al-Jabbour tribe, said
in an interview with the Syria Television that al-Jabbour tribe affirms
their loyalty to Syria and President al-Assad, refuting reports circulated
by mass media that seek to harm Syria.
Al-Musalet said that these reports are part of an external plot targeting
Syria and its people which is unified around its leadership.
In turn, People's Assembly member Mohammad Saffouk al-Nassif al-Naiimi
rejected reports on some internet sites that slander the name of al-Naiim
tribe by using names of its members, saying that the people of Syria live in
a state of national unity under the leadership of President al-Assad.
Al-Naiimi said that troublemakers will not be allowed to mess with the
nation's security and safety, adding "we will stand united in the face of
the enemies of the security and safety of our precious country Syria."
For their part, al-Naiim clans in the occupied Syrian Golan said that
Mohammad Naiimi is not from the Golan and that they renounce him and
denounce what he said.
They also affirmed their support of national and patriotic stances under the
leadership of President al-Assad, stressing that are united in support of
his leadership against all attempts that target their national unity and