Damascus, SANA – Under the patronage of President Bashar al-Assad, Vice President Najah al-Attar on Sunday opened the documentary photo exhibition “Syria at the Break of Dawn” at Dar al-Assad for Culture and Arts in Damascus.

The exhibition features photographs documenting the crimes committed by terrorist groups in Syria against civilians and public and private properties throughout the past four years, with these photos being provided by Syrian state and civil establishments.

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In a speech at the opening ceremony, Vice President al-Attar said that Syria is standing firm in the face of terrorists who murder, burn, destroy, steal, rape, and abduct, and who are assaulting Syria with all sorts of weapons provided by conspirators and with regional and international media propaganda.

She said that the world is becoming aware of the truth of what is happening Syria, voicing confidence in the coming victory for Syria and its people.

Al-Attar said that this exhibition, which lasts for a week, bears witness to the scale of the criminal activities and atrocities being committed by terrorists in Syria.

The Vice President denounced the Arab rulers who renounced all values of solidarity and fraternity and the Arab League which has become something other than what it was created to be, in addition to criticizing some Syrian and Arab intellectuals who were tempted by material gains into turning a blind eye to the crimes being committed by terrorists in the name of religion.[fb_embed_post href=”null/” width=”null”/]

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