FSA slams Iranian sectarian displacement plot in Damascus

The Free Syrian Army (FSA) has condemned sectarian attacks which it says are a crime against humanity.

In a statement released on Sunday the FSA slammed the attacks with have happened in the areas of Zabadani, Bloudan, Kafriya and al-Faoua. The statement added that the incidents breached article 7 of the Statute of the International Criminal Court.

The FSA also called on the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the Security Council to immediately intervene and issue a resolution condemning this agreement among other similar ones, covering plots aimed at sectarian displacement and suppression. It urged the Arab League to meet at the level of foreign ministers to discuss the issue.

The Supreme Commission for Negotiations announced two days ago it objections to the deportation operation undertaken by the Syrian regime aimed at expeling the residents of Zabadani and Madaya in the countryside of Damascus. It also noted its objection to the evacuation of the regions of Kafriya and Faoua where residents will replace the people of Zabadani and Madaya.

The Commission called on the concerned parties in Syria to stop this crime, considering the decision as null and should be disregarded.

The Commission has also classified the plot as part of a bigger plan that would help Iran and Hezbollah in the demographic change of Syria. It stated that the plot went against international legitimacy resolutions and would lead to sedition and open war schemes in the region.

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