As the Arab Spring continues, so does the persistence of the brave Syrian people in their struggle for freedom. The brutal Syrian regime's insistence on murder also continues as the whole world watches.
The Ennahdha Party:
Prays for the souls of the martyrs and for the recovery of those injured.
Supports the Syrian people's struggle until the achievement of their aims.
Salutes the bravery of the Syrian people in the face of repression and murder.
Condemns Assad's regime and his brutal crimes, and holds it responsible for any future deterioration of the situation.
Supports the post-revolution Tunisian government's decision to expel the Syrian ambassador, for the birthplace of the Arab Spring can only stand by all peoples struggling against oppression and authoritarianism.
Considers the expelling of the Syrian ambassador to be a popular demand as well as a government decision which has been welcomed by the Arab street and international public opinion.
Expresses astonishment at the illusionary contradiction posed by some between our desire for freedom and the central causes of the Ummah and the imagined need to abandon one or the other. We stress that elected governments are the most capable of defending their people's national interests.
Calls on all people of the region and on the Arab League to support the Syrian people so as to avoid foreign intervention.
Calls on the Syrian people and its elites to unite around a political alternative based on establishing a pluralistic democratic system that protects the unity of the people and the national territory and accommodates all sects and groups on the basis of equal citizenship.
Condemns the silence of some among the Tunisian elites and their equating of the victim with the murderer, in an implicit support of the authoritarian Syrian regime.
Calls for a demonstration on Friday 10 February in support of the Syrian people.
Tunis, 7 February 2012