Mikdad: Media and Political Campaign against Syria Aims to Subjugate Arab Nation to Hegemony
Deputy Foreign and Expatriates Minster Fayssal Mikdad Tuesday discussed with the Mauritanian General Secretary of the Foreign and Cooperation Ministry Ali Ould Haiba means of enhancing cooperation and bilateral relations between Syria and Mauretania.
Mikdad briefed the Mauritanian official on the situation in Syria and the instigative media and political campaign against Syria by departments which want to subjugate the Arab nation to the Israeli, western and US hegemony.
Ould Haiba, for his part, talked about the difficult circumstances the Arab nation is passing through due to the Western-Zionist greed, underlining his country’s support to Syria and satisfaction over reforms carried out by President Bashar al-Assad.
During his meeting with a group of different Mauritanian parties, Mikdad clarified the reasons behind the political and media attacks against Syria, appreciating Mauritania, as people and leadership, for its support to Syria.
Leaderships of the Mauritanian parties condemned the provocative media campaign against Syria, underling their backing to Syria and to the comprehensive reform process led by President al-Assad.
The facts in Syria:
The Syrian government says that the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country and the security forces have been given clear instructions not to harm civilians. The gangs are financed and supported by US, France, Israel and their regional allies. This terrorist group kills civilians then blame the Syrian Security Forces. The US-Backed armed groups also kill the security forces. On the contrary to the reality in Syria, the world media misinforms the people and lies about what is really hapening in Syria. Especially Al- Ja zeera Tv and some west media are producing false news about Syria. These coloured media say that they will go on producing false news if Syria continue to be a key between the Iran, Islamic Resistances like Hamas, Islami Jihad and Lebanese Hezbollah movements.