The sheikhs and dignitaries of the Syrian Arab tribes and clans affirmed their complete rejection of any illegal foreign presence on the Syrian land and work by all means to expel the occupiers and the necessity of returning all lands to the bosom of the homeland, during their meeting today at the Caesar Palace Hotel in Damascus.
The final statement read out by the sheikh of the al-Akidat clan in Deir ez-Zor, Dib al-Najras, stressed the categorical rejection of any project that seeks to divide Syria or any separatist project sought by the occupier and his tools, stressing the work of all possibilities and means to confront and confront the projects of division on the side of the Syrian Arab Army, which controls the epics of heroism. On various parts of the country and still lines the most wonderful championships.
The conferees demanded the occupier and its agents to lift their hands from Syria and its people, who have suffered and are still suffering the most difficult economic and social conditions as a result of their presence and behavior.
The sheikhs and dignitaries of the Syrian Arab tribes and clans affirmed that the only loyalty is to the homeland and its leader, President Bashar al-Assad, who is the safety valve for all Syrians, vowing his sovereignty to follow his path and his wise and courageous leadership.
The conferees concluded their statement by thanking all the friendly countries that stood by Syria, asking God for mercy for the homeland's martyrs, a speedy recovery for the wounded, and immortality for our dear homeland.
In turn, Dr. Muhammad Al-Ali, Secretary-General of the Bani Khalid Shura in Syria, pointed out in a statement to SANA that the meeting, which is held periodically, comes in light of the circumstances that Syria is going through to confirm that the tribes and clans are committed to the national constants and the unity of the country and condemns in the strongest terms all the occupations on the land and demands them are and her aides to leave and they are ready to liberate her.
Tarek El-Sayed and Kian Juma