Syrian Ministry of Information – Official Communiqué – November 2012
The Ministry of Information of the Syrian Arab Republic has issued an official communiqé about the crisis in Syria as it is perceived by the Syrian government. Due to the fact that Syrian Radio and TV signals have been illegally blocked from the satellites of Arabsat and Nilesat, due to the fact that access to websites of Syrian Press Agencies and media on the internet, such as the website of the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA have been blocked in most western and Arab nations which are hostile to the government de jure of the Syrian Arab Republic, due to the fact that journalists who report according to the ethical standards of journalism and journalists who refuse to let themselves be intimidated and threatened into following the dictates of Salafist terrorist groups are systematically threatened, kidnapped, tortured and murdered ,and due to the fact that a exchange of information from all sides of any conflict is one of the most important preconditions for the forming of informed political opinion and for conflict resolution, I find it incumbent upon myself to publish the full text of this communiqué on nsnbc.
Christof Lehmann – nsnbc editor.
Please access the full PDF text by using the link below.
The Minister of Information of the Syrian Arab Republic Al-Zoubi
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