Damascus Radio condemns Israeli Prime Minister extremist stands
Damascus Radio on Saturday asserted Syria's commitment to peace based on the implementation of the United Nations Security Council resolutions and the full Israeli pullout from occupied Arab lands to the June 4, 1967 lines.
“The full Israeli withdrawal from the occupied territories can open the way for mutual peace commitments, particularly regarding the topic of security”, the state-run radio reported, according to the official Syrian Arab News Agency SANA.
The Radio questioned the way to peace when Israel, “continued its aggression, massacres, and attrition war”, SANA added.
Furthermore, the radio condemned Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's “extremist stances based on rejected Zionist religious ideology”.
The radio also “shouldered the International Community, the five states of permanent membership in the UN Security Council” and especially the responsibility of the “Israeli crimes” due to their “inability to curb the Israeli aggressions” and to “force Israel to implement the UN Security Council resolutions”, SANA said. (Albawaba.com)
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