Marking 38th anniversary of Open Strike, people of Golan more determined to resist the occupation and its plans
Marking the national Open Strike has become an annual tradition through which the Syrian people in the occupied Syrian Golan express their adherence to their identity and rejection of any form of occupation.
On the 38th anniversary of the national Open Strike staged by the Syrian Arab citizens in the Israeli-occupied Syrian Golan on February 14th, 1982, our people in the Golan reiterated that the option of the resistance against the occupation is the way for the liberation of the occupied Golan.
The United Nations, through Security Council Resolution 497 issued on December 17, 1981, and dozens of resolutions adopted by the General Assembly declared that the decision of the Israeli occupation to annex the Golan is null and void and that the Golan is a Syrian territory.
The people of Quneitra and the occupied Syrian Golan, who gathered in Ein al-Tina and Ein Shams towns on Friday, commemorated the 38th anniversary of national Open Strike staged in rejection of the Israeli occupation’s ominous decision to annex the Golan.
Today, the Golanese renew their commitment to their national identity and clinging to the motherland, Syria, pledging to continue the path of struggle against the aggressive plans of the Israeli occupation until the liberation of the Golan and its return to the motherland.
By :Suhad Alaawar