Apr 24, 2011
Damascus, (SANA)_ Rafiq Nasrallah, Director of the International Center for Media and Studies, said that what Syria faces today might be the most dangerous battle imposed on it because the battle of today targets the issue of existence related to identity, geographic location, national security as well as the unity and destiny of Syria.
In his statements to Addounia TV, a Syrian private TV Channel, he added that the battle today is not of a person but of the whole Syrian Arab People, which should be united as to safeguard their unity and existence.
Nasrallah asserted that what is taking place today is not related to reforms and that the conspiracy against Syria started in 2003 when US Army occupied Iraq as Syria rejected to be part of that occupation.
Nasrallah spoke of the ongoing disinformation and fabrications campaign against Syria and of huge amounts of money paid by US bodies and by others to some Syrian figures and sections under the pretext of supporting democracy as to destabilize Syria.