Syrian lawyers to act legally against Takfiri clerics

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Syria is going to act against Takfiri foreign clerics who ignite the war against Syrian people.

Syrian bar association is going to take legal action against certain foreign clerics who have issued extremists fatwas against Syria and invited terrorists to pour the blood of Syrian people.

President of the National Syrian Bar Association, Nizar al-Skeif, said the association has been cooperating with a group of lawyers to pursue preparing a formal complaint against “Sheikhs of conspiracy” who have been involved in making plots against Syria and invited militants and gathered financial support for killing Syrian people.

He said the Bar Association is determined to gather evidence and file a report against such figures that include heads of some states as well.

Many clerics from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Tunisia and some other countries have been calling on their supporters to leave their life and family and go and fight in Syria as a holy act.

Families in many countries across Europe, Middle East and Africa have been witnessing departure of their youths who were deceived by such calls and left their homes to go and get killed in Syria.

Extremist clerics have been calling even on young girls to go and hand themselves over to militants in Syria and marry them so that they can also participate in the “holy war”.

Syria has been struggling with a foreign-backed insurgency, most supported by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, Israel and United States, which started in March 2011 after pro-reform protests turned into a massive war by infiltration of foreign extremists.

The United Nations says more than 100,000 people have been killed and a total of 7.8 million displaced due to the foreign-backed militancy in Syria.

Over 1.8 million of the displaced Syrians are living in neighboring countries, mainly in Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon.

source: Alalam

Syria army marches on to clear Damascus suburbs of Takfiris

The Syrian army is making progress in its operations against foreign-backed Takfiri militants in the suburbs of the capital, Damascus, Press TV reports.

Syrian troops on Sunday advanced into some areas of Damascus suburbs including al-Qaboun and Jobar, inflicting heavy losses on the militants.

In Jobar, the army units gained more ground after killing a number of militants and confiscating weapons.

The army also discovered a militant hideout used for making explosives near al-Manasher square, where poisonous chemical materials including chlorine were found. Some of the chemical containers had ‘Made in Saudi Arabia’ label on them.

The Syrian army also regained control of al-Musiqa battalion base, which is still in the range of militant sniper fire.

According to official sources, more than 60 percent of Jobar is under the control of the army.

Syrian army personnel told Press TV that they would continue operations until clearing all of the suburb area of Eastern Ghuta.

In al-Qaboun, fierce fighting between the army and militants continued, with the army securing the municipality building and a school. Several residential buildings were also cleared of militants.

On July 13, Syrian forces took control of an industrial zone in al-Qaboun that links it with Jobar.

Reports coming out of Syria suggest that government forces are pushing ahead with their mop-up operations against the militants across the country.

The army has recently conducted successful clean-up operations, inflicting heavy losses on Takfiris.

Foreign-sponsored militancy in Syria has taken its toll on the lives of many people, including large numbers of Syrian soldiers and security personnel, since March 2011.

Western powers and their regional allies including the Israeli regime, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar are supporting the anti-Syria militant groups, including al-Qaeda-linked terrorists.

In an interview with Syrian daily Al-Thawra published on July 4, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said the opposition and their foreign supporters have “exhausted all their tools” in a conspiracy against Syria.

Source: Press TV