Archive for the ‘Statements’ Category

Call on Human Rights Defenders around the World

The Local Coordination Committees in Syria (LCC) calls on human rights defenders around the world to join is in the demand for the immediate release of activists Razan Zeitouneh, Wael Hamada, Nazem Hamadi, and Samira Al-Khalil. These human rights defenders were kidnapped from the Violations Documentation Center in Douma, Damascus, on December 10, and their […]

A Statement of Condemnation of the Execution of the Child Mohammad Qattaa

Local Coordination Committees in Syria condemns the heinous crime committed yesterday in the city of Aleppo that claimed the lives of the 14 years old child Mohammed Katta. We also deplore justifications and rumors repeated by some in order to cover up the ugliness of this crime, which is refused by all religions, ethics and […]

Statement Issued by the Revolutionary Movement in Syria

Statement Issued by the Revolutionary Movement in Syria We have waited in vain for many months for the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces (SC) to take concrete steps, and offered its leadership multiple chances to do so. However, the reality is that there is no doubt that the SC’s leadership has failed […]

Regarding The Israeli Raids

The Local Coordination Committees in Syria (LCC) deplores the Israeli raids on Syrian territory and condemns ongoing violations of the Syrian people’s national sovereignty. The LCC confirms that the Syrian regime’s reckless behavior has turned Syria into a state of chaos, and the regime alone bears full responsibility for the outcome of a country that […]

Message from the Local Coordination Committees in Syria to the World

On Friday, the revolutionaries chose the name “Syria is Stronger Than Those Who Would Divide It” stresses the the determination of unity and that the Syrian people are one. The revolutionaries protested in most parts of Syria, condemning the criminal regime massacring of civilians and condemned the silence of the international community. They stressed that […]