political symposium Tracking 21 September in Syria reviewed


“Paths of the September 21 Revolution”, coinciding with the 8th anniversary of the September 21 Revolution.

In the symposium, ambassador of the Republic of Yemen to Syria Abdullah Sabri indicated in a working paper that the September 21 revolution raised the level of national sovereignty when it put an end to Saudi and American hegemony and tutelage and established great steadfastness in the face of aggression for eight years.

He said, “The September 21 revolution was founded on the ruins of a fragile state, a disintegrated army, and a political map thick with division and fragmentation. It preserved what remained of the state institutions and prevented their collapse, and built a strong army that today has become a faithful guardian of the revolution and its gains, and an impenetrable bulwark in the face of terrorism and takfiri groups.”

Ambassador Sabri pointed out that “the revolution did not neglect the internal construction and did not stand helpless in the face of the external siege, but was able to develop its military and economic capabilities until its missiles started ringing the bells in Tel Aviv.”

He explained that the revolutionary leadership represented by Sayyed Abdulmalik al-Houthi was the secret of the revolution’s success, its safety valve, the compass of victory and the empowerment of its men.