People of occupied Golan and Quneitra commemorate Independence Day

People of the occupied Syrian Golan and Quneitra commemorated Monday the 77th anniversary of the Independence Day, emphasizing the continuation of the struggle until the liberation of their land from the Israeli occupation.

The citizens of Golan gathered in the occupied town of Majdal Shams and heading towards the celebration site opposite Ain al-Tineh in Quneitra, carrying national flags and banners glorifying the memory of the Independence Day , pictures of the leaders of the great Syrian revolution against the French colonialists, and pictures of President Bashar al-Assad, chanting slogans in support of the Syrian Arab Army, and emphasizing the adherence of the people of the Golan to their homeland Syria and their continued struggle until liberation and the defeat of the Israeli occupation.

They affirmed that Golan was and will remain Arab and Syrian, and it will return to his homeland , affirming their rejection of the Israeli occupation and all its schemes .

Golan’s people saluted President Bashar al-Assad and the Syrian Arab Army, stressing that the people of the occupied Golan are rooted in their land and confident in victory, the liberation of the Golan from occupation and its inevitable return to Syria.

“The struggle of the Syrian people and the heroics of their army in confronting terrorism is a continuation of the heroism of the ancestors.” dean of the freed Syrian prisoners, Sudqi al-Maqt, said in a statement to SANA reporter.

Al-Maqt pointed out that the people of the occupied Syrian Golan renew their pledge on this anniversary to continue the path of struggle until the land is liberated from the Israeli occupation, and they will continue to resist its colonial plans that aim to separate the Golan from its homeland, Syria, the latest of which was the wind turbine scheme. They assure that they will foil it as they failed before to impose Israeli identity on them, he noted.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

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