People of Occupied Syrian Golan Condemn Israel's Holding of Its Government's Meeting in Golan, Naming a Settlement after Trump

QUNEITRA, (ST)- People of occupied Syrian Golan have condemned the Israeli occupation provocative steps of holding its government's meeting in Golan and naming a settlement after US President Donald trump.

These procedures are null and void as they violate international laws and UN Charter, the people of Golan said, stressing that these provocative steps won't change the historical fact that Golan is a Syrian Arab land. They reiterated their right to confront all the occupation schemes.

People of Occupied Syrian Golan Renew Utter Rejection of Israeli Project of Wind Turbines

QUNEITRA- The people of occupied Syrian Golan have renewed their utter rejection of the Zionist settlement plan of setting up wind turbines on the properties of citizens of Majdal Shams and confiscating their lands, SANA reported.

During a meeting in the occupied town of Majdal Shams on Friday, residents of the occupied Syrian Golan stressed that the implementation of the plan on their lands and properties is one of the aspects of settlement aiming at stealing and plundering the products of the Golan, stressing the continuation of the work to abort this plan.

People of Occupied Syrian Golan Strongly Reject Netanyahu's Announcement on Building New Settlement Called "Trump" on Their Lands

QUNEITRA, (ST)- People of the occupied Syrian Golan have strongly rejected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's announcement about establishing a new Israeli settlement to be named after "Trump" on their territory.

Netanyahu's announcement on building a settlement in occupied Golan is an illegal and aggressive procedure that contradicts international laws and UN Charter, a number of Golan citizens from the occupied villages of Majdal Shams, Baq'ata, Ein Qineh and Mas'ada, stressed in a phone call with SANA office in Quneitra.

They reaffirmed their rejection of the oppressive practices and illegal procedures adopted by the occupation authorities against them.  

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.