Terrorists assassinated the political analyst Muhammad Derar Jemmo in Lebanon

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Beirut, (SANA-R. Milhem/H. Said/M. Ismael) – An armed terrorist group on Wednesday assassinated the Syrian political analyst Mohammad Dirar Jammo in front of his house.

Jammo, who is head of the political and international relations in the Global Arab Expatriates Organization, was assassinated early this morning outside his house in al-Sarfand town, South Lebanon.

According to information, armed terrorists set an ambush to Jammo near his house and opened fire heavily, martyring him immediately. The terrorists, according to the source, fled away at once.

The Lebanese security and judiciary members came to the scene immediately and started investigations.

BASP Regional Leadership: Crime against Jammo is an utterly terrorist act

The Regional Leadership of al-Baath Arab Socialist Party (BASP) stressed that the armed terrorist groups’ assassination of Jammo and his companions in Lebanon reflects the criminal nature and the unprecedented grudge and primitive and exclusionist thinking of these gangs and their supporters.

In a statement, the Regional Leadership pointed out that the crime is an utterly terrorist act and a direct attack on the freedom of expression that is secured and respected by all international laws and legislations.

“The perpetrators of this condemned crime must be arrested and punished along with the plotters and those standing behind them,” the statement said.

Information Ministry: Assassination perpetrators reflect their brutal culture

Ministry of Information stressed that the criminal hands of the extremist powers committed a heinous crime by assassinating Jammo expressing in this act their malice which formulates their culture and inhumane and oppressive behavior which does not tolerate a different opinion.

In a statement, the Ministry said that assassinating colleague Jammo reaffirms that “the brutal powers do not comprehend dialogue logic, do not know the language of politics, do not weigh an importance to culture and knowledge, nor do they respect the human existence.”

In a statement, the Ministry said that assassinating colleague Jammo reaffirms that “the brutal powers do not comprehend dialogue logic, do not know the language of politics, do not weigh an importance to culture and knowledge, nor do they respect the human existence.”

 “As the Ministry of Information strongly condemns this act and holds the extremist powers responsible for the crime legally, ethically and politically, it calls upon the Lebanese authorities to investigate into this crime to unmask the identity of its perpetrators, tools and references”, the statement concluded.

Justice Ministry decries assassination of Jammo

Justice Ministry condemned the assassination of head of the political and international relations in the Global Arab Expatriates Organization, Mohammad Dirar Jammo outside his house in South Lebanon.

In a statement on Wednesday, the ministry said the assassination is a heinous crime perpetrated by the armed terrorist groups.

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Syrian Journalists’ Union: Assassinating Jammo flagrant violation of freedom of speech

The Syrian Journalists’ Union denounced the assassination of the political analyst Mohammad Dirar Jammo by an armed terrorist group.

In a statement on Wednesday, the Union said ”this terrorist act reflects the criminal mindset and unprecedented hatred that marks the nature and culture of these groups,” adding that the crime is a flagrant breach of the freedom of expression and speech.

Such crimes reflect the bankruptcy of the terrorist gangs and their supporters, the statement pointed out, describing it as a ”coward attempt to silence the voice of reason and a violation of the values of the universal declaration of human rights.”

The statement urged the Lebanese government to work to pinpoint the perpetrators, calling on the Arab Journalists Union to condemn the crime.

National Media Council strongly condemns Jammo assassination

The National Media Council expressed strong condemnation of assassinating the political analyst Mohammad Dirar Jammo by a terrorist group, describing it as a ”terrorist act that is based on declaring the other opinion infidelity and committing crimes against those who have different opinions.”

In a statement on Wednesday, the Council expressed denunciation of “all forms of terrorism which tries to set the homeland ablaze and terrorize the Syrian people, and all terrorist attempts to gag the national voices which oppose intellectual, media and political terrorism.”

The statement saw that the terrorists’ fiasco due to the achievements of the Syrian army has pushed them to turn their frustration against civilians and journalists as an evident expression of helplessness and despair.

The Council offered condolences to the family and friends of Jammo, affirming resolve to press ahead with the message of the Syrian media in defense of Syria.

Ambassador Abdul-Karim: Assassinating Jammo sounds the alarm bell for those who provided environment hostile to Syria and Lebanon

The Syrian ambassador to Lebanon, Ali Abdul-Karim denounced the crime of assassinating the political analyst Jammo, urging those who ”embraced the terrorist thought to be alarmed to what they did to Syria and Lebanon.” Speaking to al-Nour radio station on Wednesday, the ambassador said he hoped the assassination would sound the alarm bell among those who provided an environment hostile to Syria’s security. He considered the crime an expression of terrorists’ bankruptcy.

Lebanese Caretaker Interior Minister: Jammo assassination is a political crime

Lebanese Caretaker Interior Minister, Marwan Charbel, described the assassination of Jammo as “a political crime”.

In an interview with the Lebanese al-Nour radio, Charbel warned of the “difficult” political and security atmosphere in Lebanon, stressing that the assassinations and car bomb and explosive device blasts taking place in Lebanon are due to this “tense” situation.

People’s Party condemns the crime

The People’s Party also condemned the crime, describing Jammo in a statement as the ”martyr of the free word and national voice.”

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