A delegation of Egyptian writers and journalists affirmed their solidarity with Syria in its war against terrorism, stressing that it is the beating heart of Arabism.
During their meeting with Dr. Bassam Darwish, the Chargé d'Affairs of the Syrian Embassy in Egypt, writers and journalists denounced the American and Turkish conspiracy targeting Syria.
"Syria is the beating heart of Arabism, and it will win against terrorism and conspiracy," said Sayed Hussein, the journalist for Al-Gomhoria newspaper, stressing that Egypt and Syria share a unity of destiny and purpose.
"The destiny of Syria is to bear and be the shield of the steadfastness of the Arab nation," said the journalist and journalist Jamal Abu Aliyu, adding: "There is no army that possesses capabilities that face the new Tatars except the Syrian Arab Army. The enemies of the nation are targeting every focus of light and civilization."
For his part, Maher Zuhdi, the journalist writer at Al-Arabi newspaper, explained that Syria faced global aggression and plot, stood up to terrorism and its makers, and achieved victories over everyone who conspired against them and defeated aggression and conspiracy, pointing out that the film industry is one of the most dangerous weapons and the movie will remain one of the tools of confrontation.
The journalist writer at Al-Gomhoria newspaper, Noura Khalaf, said that Egyptian-Syrian relations extend throughout history and that Egyptian national security starts from Syria, noting that reactionary countries and sand kingdoms are pumping money for the elimination of civilized countries, but that Syria has shattered these illusions and designs by resisting in the face of those plots it has made Who drives sand kingdoms?
In turn, Darwish said that Syria triumphed over terrorism with the intransigence of its valiant army and its enormous sacrifices, and it would fail the Turkish obsession in the region with honorable resolve in the nation, stressing that all terrorist organizations of various names emerged from the womb of the Muslim Brotherhood.