Millions Gather in Syria’s Squares to Express Condemnation of Arab League Decisions and Reject Foreign Interference

Millions of Syrians flooded the squares of Syrian cities and towns on Monday, gathering in Damascus, Aleppo, Hasaka, Deri Ezzor, Raqqa, Sweida and Tartous to proclaim their rejection of the Arab League’s conspiring decisions against Syria, pledging to protect Syria at any cost.

Huge masses flocked to Saba Bahrat Square in Damascus and Saadallah al-Jabri Square in Aleppo in condemnation of the Arab League decisions and in rejection of the foreign interference.

The participants in the rallies stressed adherence to the national unity and independent national decision-making.

In Hasaka and its countryside, huge number of citizens flocked to the President Square to express condemnation of the Arab League decisions against the Syrian people and to voice support to the reform and modernization program led by President Bashar al-Assad.

In Deir Ezzour, a large number of the Syrian citizens gathered at Saba Bahrat Square to denounce the Arab League decision to impose economic sanctions on Syria, with the participants stressing the importance of national unity, rejecting foreign interference, and voicing support to the comprehensive reform program.

Similar rallies took place in Saadallah al-Jaberi square in Aleppo city, al-Barid Square in Tartous city, al-Qutayfeh in Damascus Countryside, Shahba in Sweida, the President Square in Raqqa, and al-Mesherfeh town in Homs countryside, with the participants voicing their condemnation of the Arab League decisions against the Syrian people and their rejection of the foreign interference.

The participants pointed out that Syrians became aware of the conspiracy since its beginning, realizing that this conspiracy targeted the entire Arab nation as well as Syria and was disguised as calls for reform and democracy, prompting Syrians to wonder how can those who claim to advocate democracy in Syria make such claims while they themselves subverted human rights to benefit themselves and keep their people out of the scene, all while the Syrian people are deciding their fate in plain view of the whole world.

The participants said that everyone must chose Syria today since it is currently facing the most violent conspiracy in its history, a conspiracy involving Arab and international sides, affirming that Syrians are prepared to wage this battle and emerge victorious.

They also noted that the Syrians’ rallying around their leadership and their creativity in finding solutions and launching national initiatives protected Syria’s independent decision-making and confused the conspirators.

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