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Syria slams ‘outrageous duplicity’ of UNSC permanent members on crisis in Syria

Syria slammed the outrageous duplicity of some United Nations Security Council permanent member countries for their support to terrorism in Syria.

Syria’s condemnation came in identical letters that the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry addressed to the UN Secretary General, President of the United Nations Security Council and the High Commissioner for Human Rights concerning the new butchery committed by terrorist groups affiliated to Jabhat al-Nusra, Liwa al-Islam and the so-called ”Islamic Front” in Adra city in Damascus countryside.

More than 100 citizens have been slaughtered on December 11 in Adra city; a safe town hosting citizens displaced from neighboring areas, the letters said.

The letters said terrorists have burned down the homes of state workers in the town, shot dead others and mutilated their bodies, and held many others at the city’s bakery after rigging it with explosives.

The terrorists stoles scores of tons of flour and wheat from the locals in the town and kidnapped big numbers of civilians, and locked up others at basements as human shields, the ministry added in its letters.

The ministry referred to a host of facts and indicators which Syria has previously alerted to, mainly the continuation of incitement campaigns against Syria by media outlets funded by Saudi Arabia and Qatar, using takfiri Wahhabi fatwas that instigate fitna (strife) and killing.

The letters cited the calls of Ayman al-Zawahiri to al-Qaeda-affiliated organizations to head for Syria in order to carry out suicide attacks by terrorists from more than 80 countries around the world, after having them brainwashed by extremist Wahhabi fatwas.

The ministry warned that the “ruling regime in Saudi Arabia is inciting terrorism in violation of relevant international resolutions, and the Saudi officials are bragging, in brazen-faced statements, about providing financial and logistical support to al-Qaeda elements and training them in countries neighboring Syria.”

In their capacity as permanent members, some UNSC members should have abstained from supporting terrorism in Syria, the letters affirmed, urging these countries to play ”a more effective role in combating the armed terrorist groups and having them and their supporters held to account.”

The ministry also demanded that the UNSC shoulders its responsibilities for implementing its binding resolutions that ban terrorism and the provision of any kind of support to it.


Report by M. Ismael – SANA

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