Showing posts with label apathy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label apathy. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Apathy & Silence of UN member states over incessant terrorist attacks against civilians

Apathy & Silence of UN member states
Syria urged the UN member states to honor the values set forth in the UN Charter, namely the one calling for sparing nations the woes of wars, demanding that they take steps to unmask the real goals behind the war waged against it.

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Up to 900 civilians martyred or injured in Turkish continued aggression on Afrin amid UN complete silence & apathy

Up to 900 civilians martyred or injured in Turkish continued aggression on Afrin amid UN complete silence
The inhabitants of Afrin area urged the United Nations and all countries in the world to take action and put an end to the Turkish regime’s assault and massacres against civilians that would not continue without the support of Washington and its allies which gave green light to terrorist groups to continue their criminal acts despite the UNSC Resolution No.2401 demanding 30-day cessation of combat activities.

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Turkish military operation/invasion on north Syria is flagrant assault: Syrian FM to UN

Turkish military operation/invasion on north Syria is flagrant assault
Syrian Foreign and Expatriates Ministry on Thursday sent two identical letters to the UN Secretary General and UNSC President saying that the Turkish regime continues to spread lies that are not convincing to anyone anymore and attempts to justify its military aggressions on the Syrian Arab Republic depending on the self-defense concept mentioned in Article No. 51 of UN Charter similar to what the so-called US-led international coalition has done to justify its horrific crimes perpetrated in Syria against innocent civilians.

Thursday, September 28, 2017

Syria War Crimes/International apathy : Syria demands immediate international action against US-led coalition

Syria's  Foreign and Expatriates Ministry
Syria's  Foreign and Expatriates Ministry addressed on Thursday new letters to the chiefs of the UN and the international Security Council over the constantly repeated attacks of the US-led coalition against Syrian territory and civilians.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Syria calls the international community and the UN to condemn the Turkish aggression

An official source at the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said that Syria denounces in the strongest of terms the blatant aggression carried out by Erdogan’s regime on Syrian territory on Tuesday April 25th, 2017, when Turkish warplanes shelled positions in northeast Syria, claiming the lives of scores of innocent Syrian civilians.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Sunday, March 12, 2017

Banana Republic: Erdogan calls for sanctions on the Netherlands

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan today called on international organisations to impose sanctions on the Netherlands, as a diplomatic row over Ankara's political campaigning among Turkish immigrants in Europe continues to simmer.

Friday, March 10, 2017

Turkish invasion: Syria demands UN Chief and SC to oblige Turkey to withdraw its invading forces from Syria immediately

Syria held the Turkish regime responsible for supporting terrorism, which killed tens of thousands of innocent people and destroyed Syria’s infrastructure upon direct instructions from President of the Turkish regime  Recep  Tayyip Erdogan and his  security apparatus.

Friday, March 3, 2017

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Syria will not allow the tyrant Erdogan to interfere in its affairs: FM

The Foreign and Expatriates Ministry affirmed that the statements made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday which showed the true goals of the Turkish aggression against Syria, with the Ministry affirming that Syria will not allow him to interfere in its affairs and that it will cut off the hand that tries to harm it.

Friday, April 6, 2012

Greece's long, painful suicide ....

By Nick Malkoutzis (Kathimerini)
There are many ways one can look upon Dimitris Christoulas’s decision to end his life in front of Parliament on Wednesday. Each has a different interpretation, each has different implications but no matter which one you choose, they will all fill you with sorrow.
On a personal level, it is a tragedy that a 77-year-old man should feel so discouraged by what he saw around him, so appalled by his own financial misfortune and the prospect of scrounging through garbage to survive that he should choose to shoot himself in the center of Athens.
One can feel nothing but despair that an active member of his community should feel so alone that he should opt to exit society in such a dramatic way. It tells us of the isolation and hopelessness that many around us feel. Lest we forget, it brings us face-to-face with the impact of the crisis and the flawed economic polices it has spawned. We see more clearly the people who have lost their jobs, businesses, homes and aspirations. It reminds us that the human cost of the so-called fiscal adjustment makes debates about the political cost irrelevant.

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