The President of Syria, Bashar Al-Asad, emphasizing Damascus's support for the Palestinian resistance, said that the Syrian position towards the resistance has not changed, but has become firmer than before.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad underlined that Damascus stands with the Palestinian Resistance and cause despite the perilous circumstances undergone by Syria.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad emphasized that his country's position has been consistent since the emergence of the Palestinian cause in 1948, stressing that it has not wavered for a moment despite the circumstances that Syria has gone through.

He stressed that it would provide everything within its capabilities to the Palestinians or any resistance against "Israel" without any hesitation.

The President of Syria added that Syria will not back down in supporting the resistance, because the enemy of the occupation has not changed.

The only change that has taken place is the physical form of the events and Israeli brutality, he said, stressing that massacres were not new for the Israeli occupation whether they have increased or decreased in frequency.

Damascus' position on resistance, "as a concept or in practice, will not change, but rather become more firmly entrenched," noting that "events have proven that those who do not make their own decision have no hope for the future. Those who do not possess power have no value in this world; those who do not resist in defense of the homeland do not deserve a homeland in the first place," the Syrian President stressed."Western countries blindly siding with Zionism is a tale as old as time," al-Assad said. Nothing will change Damascus' position or budge by an inch "as long as the situation does not change and the rights of the Palestinian and Syrian people are not restored."

He also emphasized that submission gives a false sense of security, perhaps power, and sometimes allows for the extension of the existence of certain parties, explaining that this would remain the case until the party is no longer useful, "after which people, states, and homelands are dispensed with.