Syrian Revolution Continues and Supports Al-Aqsa Flood: Syrian Brotherhood Featured

By Gamal Khattab January 02, 2024 2592

 

The Ongoing Syrian Revolution

The Syrian revolution is still going strong and has not allowed the regime to stabilize, according to Amer Al-Bou Salama, the General Controller of the Muslim Brotherhood in Syria.

Protests and Opposition

The Muslim Brotherhood points out that protests are still happening in new areas of the country, and they condemn the criminal actions of Bashar al-Assad's regime.

Goals of the Revolution

Salama emphasizes that the only solution is for Bashar al-Assad's regime to disappear completely, and any attempts to recycle it would be pointless. The Muslim Brotherhood in Syria is united with other Syrian forces to achieve the goals of the revolution.

Call for Ceasefire and Relief

Salama calls for an immediate ceasefire and the opening of crossings to provide relief to the people of Gaza.

The Syrian Revolution's Struggle to Achieve Goals

Despite the long period of the revolution, it has not yet achieved its goals. The opposition acknowledges this and is committed to continuing the fight until they are fully achieved.

Displacement and Refugees

While the regime, Russians, and Iranians claim victory, the reality is that half of the Syrian people are displaced, refugees, or still living in dangerous conditions.

UN Security Council Resolution

The opposition demands the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution No. 2254, which calls for the formation of a transitional government, UN-sponsored elections, and an end to attacks against civilians.

The Role of the Opposition in Northern Syria

The opposition is an integral part of the opposition movement and continues to fight against the regime. Many brothers in the Gulf states and the League of Arab States support the implementation of this decision.

Transitional Governing Body

The opposition demands the formation of a transitional governing body with full powers, which would ultimately remove Bashar al-Assad and his regime from power.

The Future of the Syrian Revolution

The Muslim Brotherhood remains steadfast in their commitment to see the regime fall and establish a modern Syrian state that benefits all its people. They believe that the flame of the revolution will continue until Bashar al-Assad and his allies are defeated.

Syrian Brotherhood's Activities and Perspectives

The Syrian Brotherhood is a mass movement that operates within the political framework and goals of the revolution. They engage in advocacy, education, and intellectual work to expand their presence.

Syrian Brotherhood Relations

The group focuses on building relationships within the community through advocacy, student initiatives, humanitarian efforts, women's empowerment, education, and communication with the people.

History of the Syrian Brotherhood

The Syrian Brotherhood has been working among the masses since its establishment in 1945, with Dr. Mustafa Al-Sibai as its first general observer.

Two Perspectives on the Brotherhood

There are two contrasting views on the Brotherhood. Some believe that the Brotherhood dominates everything, while others claim that it is absent and lacks a presence. Both views are exaggerations.

Membership Changes

Although some members have withdrawn from the group, this is not a significant issue. Syrian Brotherhood remains strong with one observer, one Shura Council, and one leadership.

Operation Al-Aqsa Flood

The Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood is a significant event in the fight against occupation. Syrian Brotherhood strongly opposes the displacement of Palestinians and emphasizes the need to open crossings for the wounded to receive treatment and aid.

Evaluation of the Syrian Regime

The actions of the Syrian regime, such as selling the Golan Heights and arresting Palestinians, do not benefit the Palestinian cause. The regime's killing and displacement of the Syrian people is shameful when they claim to support the liberation of Palestine.

The Future of the Palestinian Issue

The group hopes for a ceasefire and a return to normalcy in Gaza. They praise Egypt and Jordan for refusing to displace the people of Gaza to Sinai and Jordan. Ultimately, the group hopes that the Zionist project will disappear, as they believe it is not sustainable.