Al-Jaafari: The restoration of the occupied Golan is a priority for Syria and a compass that it will not deviate from

Syria's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Dr. Bashar Al-Jaafari, reiterated that the occupied Syrian Golan is an integral part of Syrian territory, and that its restoration to the line of June 4, 1967, by all means guaranteed by international law, will remain a priority for the Syrian policy and the compass that will not deviate from it.

During a session of the Security Council on Tuesday on the situation in the Middle EastAl-Jaafari made it clear that the Israeli occupation has occupied Arab lands, including the Syrian Golan, for fifty years, in blatant contempt for the provisions of the United Nations Charter and the norms of international law and for hundreds of resolutions adopted by the United NationsThe Israeli occupation continues to commit grave and systematic violations of international humanitarian law and human rights that amount to war crimes such as the forcible transfer of populations, the demolition of homes, the seizure of land and property, theft of natural resources, the siege of cities, and the destruction of agricultural crops- benefiting from the protection afforded to it by some permanent members of the Security Council, particularly the United States.

People in occupied Syrian Golan renew protests against Israel's plan to set up wind turbines on their farmland

People in the occupied Syrian Golan organized a rally near Birket Ram adjacent to Mount Hermon to protest agaunst the Israeli plan to set up wind turbines on their farmlands.

Participants in the rally expressed their complete rejection of all the Israeli occupation's Judaization schemes, foremost of which is the project of building wind turbines on the farmland of the people of Golan and of confiscating locals' properties by force.

The participants affirmed that the scheme is part of the Zionist occupation's hostile procedures against the land and identity of Golan and it aims at looting the properties of the Golanese, who have the exclusive right to do whatever they want in their land.

On anniversary of the liberation of Quneitra , the return of the occupied Syrian Golan inevitable

The 26th of June , 1974 marks a day of pride for Syrians across country for in that day the Israeli occupation of the southern city of Quneitra was brought to an end..

 Forty-six years have passed since the anniversary of the liberation of Quneitra from the Israeli occupation and  raising of the national flag in the city ,  the Syrians confirm their insistence more than ever to continue their struggle till  the liberation of the occupied Syrian  Golan and every  inch of Syrian land, whether from terrorism or the occupational forces which support it.

The day of victory over the Zionist enemy and the restoration of Quneitra to the bosom of the homeland on  June  26th 1974 is the day on which that late president  Hafez al-Assad, raised the nation’s flag in the sky of the liberated city after it had been liberated by the Syrian Arab Army from the Israeli enemy thanks to the heroism and sacrifices of the army personnel and the resilience of the Syrian people during the October Liberation War.This victory proved a basic fact - Syria’s inalienable and legitimate right to fully restore the occupied Syrian  Golan.

Al-Maqt: Syria’s victories against terrorism push the US & Israel to impose the so-called Caesar Act

Occupied Syrian Golan (ST): The liberated Syrian captive Sedki al-Maqt has reiterated the continuity of the march of struggle and resistance until the full liberation of the occupied Syrian Golan and its return to its motherland Syria.

Interviewed by Syria Today Channel, al-Maqt stressed the adherence of the occupied Golan people to their motherland and the Syrian Arab identity  and the continuity of struggle in confrontation of the Judaization plans, especially the Israeli settlement project to construct wind turbines on the Golan people’s lands and confiscate their properties by force.

The sons of the occupied Syrian Golan renew their rejection of the occupation plan by installing wind turbines on their lands

The sons of the occupied Syrian Arab Golan renewed their absolute and unequivocal rejection of the Zionist settlement plan of installing turbines on their agricultural lands and seizing their property by force.

During a meeting in the occupied village of Masada on June 21, the sons of the occupied Golan asserted that this plot must be confronted with all available means and continue to fight it at all levels, noting that since the announcement of this Zionist plot, they expressed their rejection of the installment of turbines on their land.