A New Initiative for the Syrian Crisis

The Syrian National Initiative are disappointed with the representation and vision of the Syrian National Coalition and the High Negotiation Commission.

A new political group has published a vision for a political solution to the Syrian crisis. The group, The Syrian National Initiative, says in their vision that the High Negotiation Commission (HNC) and the Syrian National Coalition have: “turned into puppets that have limited communication with society, and their public representation has clearly diminished.”

Since the Geneva Communiqué was issued, the group added, the ruling authorities in Syria have sought: “to empty the political process of its basic content of making a fundamental change in the structures of the tyrannical power and corrupted political system.”

These changes includes: “the reform of the military and security branches, determining their functions and missions of serving the homeland and the citizen, as well as the constitutional guarantee of the independence of the judiciary, the legislature, the electoral body and an independent national body of truth, justice and accountability.”

The Syrian National Initiative is promising to communicate and coordinate with all the independent Syrian parties, to whom they owe their decision and will, and believe in Syria as a modern civil democratic state. This includes the civil society, in the broadest sense of social, religious and civic leadership, as well as political and military components.

The group is calling for a national conference based on a set of points, including:

– Protecting the unity and territorial integrity of the Syrian territories is unnegotiable question.

– Stopping the course of war, arming, destruction, fragmentation, subordination and all forms of guardianship on the country.

– The need for the state and society to start the reconstruction as a practical way that will allow for the return of the refugees and IDPs.

– Reform the Syrian national army as an army to serve and protect the homeland and the citizen away from partisan, ideology, and sectarianism.

– Restructuring the intelligence services and internal security forces on a professional basis that complies with human rights standards and works to preserve the security of the homeland and the citizen, and integrating the function and role of the new security services in the constitution.

– Release all political detainees throughout the Syrian territory, investigate the fate of missing persons, and document the crimes of torture and murder in detention and interrogation centers.

– The criminalization of hatred sectarian, chauvinist speech and terrorism.

The Initiative is suggesting a new social contract between all Syrians, which will consider that: “the Syrian people have equal citizenship, with equal rights and duties, with no distinction given to color, sex, language or sect. This citizenship is based on a comprehensive national consensus where religion belongs to God and the homeland to all citizens. No one can arrogate himself the right to impose a belief or to choose his ideology and his practice freely.”

Among the other principles of the new social contract is the: “protection of the human being, its dignity. And the security of these protections require the criminalization of sectarianism, terrorism, and violence and the integration of the principle of equality between men and women into the national constitution, in which the constitution guarantees the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women and stresses the need to create a legislative and legal environment that ensures women’s political, economic and social empowerment and participation in accordance with all relevant international instruments.

Among the 250 signatories are politicians, intellectuals, civil society activists, clerics and army officers. Some renowned signatories are: Aref Dalila, Maj. Gen. Mohammad Al-Haj Ali, Haytham Manna, Mumtaz Al-Sheikh, and Laila Batal.

Below is the full text of the vision as published by the new group.

 

March 3rd, 2019

We are approaching the eighth anniversary of the peaceful popular movement that began in March 2011 in tragic and difficult circumstances; one-third of the Syrians are scattered between asylum and forced displacement, and one-third of the country’s territories are subject to a rival interest. While the ruling authority refers to the alleged-victory of the axis of “resistance” on the ruins of the houses of refugees and IDPs, and we witness the slow death of a society that formed the shining light of the Renaissance and the progress of the Arab world and Levant, and gave the best knowledge to the region and the world, we are sadly watching the fateful decisions of this people turn into nothing more than a guardianship between the components of “Astana” (Russia, Iran, and Turkey) and the remnants of the Western Turkish Gulf axis – what is known as the Small group on Syria. The countries engaged in the Syrian affairs have succeeded in controlling the Syrian people’s decision, regardless of their positions. Each of these countries seeks to achieve gains in the field to ensure continuity of its influence on decisions to be made, whether in Damascus or in other areas of control.

When the people took to the streets, they called for dignity and freedom, emphasizing their peaceful nature until they reached millions of protestors in some cities. Instead of meeting the demands of the people, the Syrian authorities chose a military-security approach to deal with the civilians pushing the Syrian army into a confrontation with the society, which led to the escalation of violence. The authorities released hundreds of jihadists from Sednaya prison in May 2011 while detaining thousands of peaceful demonstrators. Due to the oppression of the Syrian regime, the peaceful voices were lost, to be replaced by militarization and extremism, which open the door for external agendas to manipulate and control the fate of Syria.

We had no doubt that warlords live on so-called military victory, which is just a myth. So we tried, from our different positions, to emphasize on the political solution as the only way out of this catastrophe, and also to reaffirm that the cohesion of the Syrian society is by the hands of only the Syrians.

Although on 30 June 2012 the international community agreed on the “Geneva Communiqué”, two days before the Cairo Conference of the Syrian opposition, there was an undeclared consensus among the international and local parties to the conflict in order to not place the Geneva outputs on the table. Therefore, we should have waited for the first international and regional consensus between the axes of the conflict, Vienna Conference 2015, where the political negotiations have been agreed upon on a new basis, as referred to in UNSCR 2254. However, the international and regional parties to the conflict were those appointed the negotiators and were those replaced so-called “Riyadh 1” negotiators by “Riyadh 2” ones. In both conferences, the most important and independent political forces and figures were marginalized and vetoed from participation.

The High Negotiation Committee (HNC) and the Syrian coalition have turned into puppets that have limited communication with the society, where their public representation has clearly diminished. On one hand, they represent only a limited group of Syrians, where their most important cadres have been distanced or fired. On the other hand, they are the weakest party in any political negotiations due to the lack of practice and the absence of a clear political agenda. Perhaps the scandal of the “Constitutional Committee” reveals the disappearance and infertility of these structures. These parties, which boycotted and fought, for example, the Sochi National Dialogue Conference, have adapted its output as their only program in 2018 begging for being part of the potential constitutional committee.

Syria has become a scene of warlords and terrorists whose interests are to exploit its resources at the expense of the Syrian people, while the latter became divided between dead, handicapped, detained, homeless and refugees.

Since Geneva Communiqué was issued, the ruling authorities in Syria have publicly refused to speak about the most important executive provisions, which set the principles and guidelines for a Syrian-led transition. It seeks by all means to empty the political process of its basic content of making a fundamental change in the structures of the tyrannical power and corrupted political system. This change includes the reform of the military and security branches determining its functions and missions in the light of serving the homeland and the citizen as well as the constitutional guarantee of the independency of the judiciary, the legislature, the electoral body and an independent national body of truth, justice and accountability.

Today, the authority is trying to deal with the Syrian tragedy with the same mindset, as if the revolution and the sacrifices have not happened. This authority is not only dead in the hearts and minds of the people but also no longer convincing its supporters. Similar to the “opposition that is being dealt with regionally and internationally”, the authority does nothing but to wait for the decisions of different international or regional summits. So, how could this situation lead to the salvation and a promising future?

In an attempt to confront with this tragic situation, a large number of national politicians and military personnel have been involved in a joint effort, the Syrian National Initiative that takes into account the political, social, and economic demands of the Syrian people all over the country as the basis of any intra-Syrian dialogue.

Starting points for a political solution

The transition to a comprehensive national charter, from a proposed founding paper for the future of Syria to a starting point of a political solution, cannot be achieved without mobilizing as many Syrians as possible inside and outside the country. It, also, cannot be achieved without an intra-Syrian dialogue that affects all those who believe that the sustainability of the current means of governance, administration, negotiation, and dialogue cannot be a salvation for the homeland and liberation of the citizen.

Therefore, the national initiative will communicate and coordinate with all the independent Syrian parties, who owe their decision and will, and believe in Syria as a modern civil democratic state. This includes the civil society largo senso, in the broadest sense of social, religious and civic leadership, as well as political and military components.

It is necessary to bring together as many patriotic Syrians as possible, without marginalizing or excluding of anyone, on a practical essential basis in a national conference based on the following points:

– Protecting the unity and territorial integrity of the Syrian territories is unnegotiable question.

– Stopping the course of war, arming, destruction, fragmentation, subordination and all forms of guardianship on the country.

– The need for the state and society to start the reconstruction as a practical way that will allow for the return of the refugees and IDPs.

– Reform the Syrian national army as an army to serve and protect the homeland and the citizen away from partisan, ideology, and sectarianism.

– Restructuring the intelligence services and internal security forces on a professional basis that complies with human rights standards and works to preserve the security of the homeland and the citizen, and integrating the function and role of the new security services in the constitution.

– Release all political detainees throughout the Syrian territory, investigate the fate of missing persons, and document the crimes of torture and murder in detention and interrogation centers.

– The criminalization of hatred sectarian, chauvinist speech and terrorism.

– Scheduling the exit of all non-Syrian fighters and foreign militias from the Syrian territories, regardless of which country they came from and to which party they joined.

– Peace, freedom, dignity and national sovereignty are not achievable without establishing a state of citizenship for all Syrians away from distinction or exclusion.

– Cancellation of all special procedures of naturalizing non-Syrians after 2011.

– The Syrian Constitution is the unified social contract of the Syrians. Therefore, the task of any constitutional committee, to be agreed upon, is to establish the constitutional commitment to the principles of human rights, equality of citizenship, the protection of the Syrian State and its institutions, and the separation of the legislative, executive and judicial powers, as well as the principle of pluralistic peaceful devolution of power and administrative decentralization.

– Review the special procedures and laws issued from 2011 until today.

– The Syrian State is committed to return all dissidents, demobilized of the Syrian army, unless they have been sentenced to a criminal or moral penalty, to the ranks of the armed forces, while retaining the staff, ranks, allowances and promotions provided for in the relevant laws. It applies to civil servants as well.

– Establishing of transitional justice body in order to hold accountable all who has committed crimes against the Syrian human beings.

– The State undertakes to give back all confiscated, stolen, or illegally abused properties to its rightful owners as well as considering the decree no. 10 null and void.

– The Syrian State is committed to the safe return of all Syrian refugees and IDPs.

– The intra-Syrian dialogue is the best way to achieve this program, away from any guardianship, with clear guarantees from the United Nations and within the framework of its related resolutions.

 

Charter of the Homeland and Citizen

Since the Arab League Conference of Syrian Opposition 2012 and subsequent conferences and meetings, the most important political and civil movements in Syria have agreed on a set of constitutive rules for a sovereign constitutional state. These fundamental principles are proposed to all Syrians, as the basis of the new social contract between all Syrians. We propose to all national and societal forces these principles as a draft for a national comprehensive charter concerning the future of Syria. A future of dignity for all Syrians.

 

•          The Syrian people are united on equal citizenship in rights and duties, without distinction because of color, sex, language or sect. This citizenship is based on a comprehensive national consensus where religion belongs to God and the homeland to all citizens. No one can arrogate himself the right to impose a belief or to choose his ideology and his practice freely.

•          The human being is the ultimate goal of the relationship among the Syrians, whose foundation is based on respect for international conventions, namely the economic, social, political, civil, cultural and environmental rights, which all have been enshrined by humanity, as well as the guarantee of the practicing of these rights for all citizens and residents alike.

•          The Syrian people are free and sovereign on their land who’s both elements, the territory and State, are indivisible, and there is no right to abandon an inch of it, especially the occupied Golan Heights. The Syrian people recognize their right to struggle for the restoration of their occupied territories by all the legitimate means to resist occupation.

•          The Syrian people are proud of their rich civilization in addition to its cultural and religious depth, which all form an integral part of its culture and society, and builds its state on the basis of “unity in diversity” with the participation of its different classes without discrimination or exclusion.

•          Individual, public and collective freedoms form the relations among the citizens. The state guarantees public freedoms, including the right to access information and media, the right to establish non-governmental organizations (NGOs), unions, political parties, as well as freedom of beliefs and the right of religious practice, the freedom to demonstrate, the right to strike and the sit-ins peacefully. All these rights should be guarded by laws and rules for not being betrayed by the financial powers or the political authority. The Syrian State guarantees the respect for the social diversity which includes of beliefs, interests and the characteristics of all sectors of the Syrian people. It also recognizes the cultural and political rights of all its components in addition to their aspiration to development and welfare.

•          The protection of human being, his dignity, and his security require the criminalization of sectarianism, terrorism, and violence.

•          The protection of the environment, the national heritage, and the heritage of humanity in Syria is an inseparable element of the protection of the human person and the homeland.

•          Integrate the principle of equality between men and women into the national constitution, in which the constitution guarantees the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women and stresses the need to create a legislative and legal environment that ensures women’s political, economic and social empowerment and participation in accordance with all relevant international instruments.

•          The Syrian State, along with its Constitution and laws, emphasizes its respect to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, and it should express its clear commitment to children’s right to life, natural development and the respect for an opinion. The necessary standards and policies should be implemented for health, psychological, educational and social, civil and legal services for children.

•          Emphasizes the respect to the rights of wounded and disabled persons, and provide them with health and social security, as well as full participation in work and in public activities in addition to the social and cultural communication.

•          Syria is an integral part of the Arab nation, linked to the Arab people by ties of culture, history, interests, great goals and common destiny. Syria, a founding member of the Arab League, is looking forward to strengthening various forms of cooperation and interdependence among the Arab countries.

•          The Syrian people are committed to supporting the Palestinian people and their right to establish their free, independent and sovereign state, with Jerusalem as its capital.

•          The Syrian people are linked to all other Muslim peoples with common historical roots and human values that are based on divine messages in addition to all human commons.

•          Syria, a founding member of the United Nations and its sub-organizations, is a part of the international community. Therefore, it works with other countries in order to establish a world order that is away from all central conflicts, domination, and occupation. An order based on equilibrated relationship, common interests and collective responsibility to face the challenges and dangers that threaten the world peace and security.

•          The people are the source of legitimacy, and justice is the primary govern for the relationship among citizens. Syrian sovereignty is recognized by achieving the link between the homeland and the citizen through both the democratic governance and the civil state. A State governed by both institutions and law where its constitution regulates its social contract. A State where it is banned neither the monopoly of power nor its inheritance in any form.

•          The authority is based on periodic elections and complete separation between the executive, legislative and judicial authorities, on the principle of deliberating power via secret and free elections, with respect for the results of elections organized by an independent body whose outcomes are decided by the ballot box.

•          The new constitution should establish the foundations of a civil democratic regime; a modern and fair electoral system that guarantees the participation of all intellectual and political currents, within a framework of both, the most comprehensive representation of the people and the stability of the parliamentary system. This system will ensure strict control over the financial resources and expenditure of political parties and associations.

 

•          The Syrian army is the national institution that is responsible for protecting the country and maintains its independence and sovereignty on its territory. It is also keen on national security and does not interfere in political activities.

•          The State adopts the principles of the democratic decentralization, in which the local administration has its own representativeness executive bodies that manage citizens’ affairs and development in the governorates and regions in order to achieve sustainable and balanced development.

•          The State protects various forms of the organizations of the civil society. It also guarantees the representation and participation of such organizations in executive and legislative decisions, in addition to its role in building the independent judiciary, the National Human Rights Commission and the national reconciliation, accounting, and control bodies.

•          The State should protect the private property, which un-sizable except in cases of general interest, in accordance with the law and subject to the allocation of fair compensation. The law prohibits any form of using the public funds for private interests.

•          The State should regulate both, the public funds and the public sector for the benefit of only the people. Its policy should be based on social justice, sustainable balanced development, protection of vulnerable groups, redistribution of income and wealth through the tax system taking in considerations the diversity of social classes as well as the regions. It also should guarantee the freedom of investment, economic initiative, and equal opportunities and markets within restrictions based on antimonopoly and protection for workers and consumers.

•          The Syrian State adopts the sustainable enhancing of education programs as its forefront of its national responsibilities in order to respond to the need to provide future generations with all the theoretical and practical knowledge and expertise to lead the comprehensive and sustainable human development process. Spreading of modern culture that aims to develop the popular awareness which is based on rational and objective values is an essential task of the state and society. The state has to end all manifestations of ignorance and illiteracy.

•          The Syrian State attaches at best ways all its interests to pursuing an effective policy for communication, interaction and integration between the Syrian diaspora and their homeland. Therefore, the Syrian State should provide them with possible services in order to ensure their effective contribution to the development of their homeland and defending the just causes their people. In this regard, it should effectively implement policies that encourage all the cadres, to return to their homeland where they contribute to the reconstruction and development, as well as to benefit from the experiences and possibilities of those whose conditions do not allow them to return soon.

•          The Syrian State is committed to eliminating all forms of poverty, discrimination and promoting employment with a view to full and decent employment and fair salaries, justice in the distribution of national wealth, balanced development and protecting the environment, and providing the basic services to every citizen: Housing, clean drinking water, sanitation and electricity, telephone and Internet, roads and public transport, quality education and qualification, comprehensive health insurance, pensions and unemployment compensation, at prices commensurate with living standards.

 

First 250 signatures

Dr. Aref Dalila

Maj. Gen. Mohammad Al-Haj Ali

Dr. Haytham Manna

Dr. Mumtaz Al-Sheikh

Dr. Zakwan Baaj

Dr. Salah Wanli

Mr. Safai Arkawi

Staff brigadier Talal Farzat

Staff brigadier Fayez Amro

Staff Colonel Mustafa Alfrhat

Lieutenant col. Adnan Tlas

Journalist  Ghayath Kanou

Mr. Laila Batal

Mr. Mohamed Walid Tamer

Mr. Mahrous Alsoud

Wael Alkhatib (Captain)

Mr.  Shiar Horo

Dr. Younes Kanhoush

Dr. Hesham Al-Sabagh (Lawyer)

Mr. Hassan Faraj

Col. Abdulrahman Alhalak

Dr. Akram Alakrami

Abdulrahman Awad Alghazawi (Captain)

Dr. Imad Eddin Mahmoud Al-Khatib

Brig. Sabri Adel Alawad

Mme. Huda Al Masri

Mr. Mohammad Sattam Hamdan (Captain)

Mr. Fahd Hussein Horo

Mr. Nouri Sheikhmous

Mr. Muhammad Youssef Goma

Mr. Assef Daabul

Dr. Khaled Almahamid

Col. Jamal Mohammad Bitar

Brig. Gen. Zaher Abdulrahman Alsaket

Mme. Mounerfah Albarouki

Abdulkareem Agha (engineer)

Col. Mustafa Dibo Hazani

Brig. Ahmad Hussein Anjari

Mr. Maram Daoud

Col. Yasin Ali Alalosh

Col. Abdulrahman Mahmood Alsatuf

Col. Mohammad Bassam Fatih

Col. Ibrahim Abdulrazak Mansoor

Col. Abdullah Ali Alkhutabi

Lieutenant col. Ibrahim Mohammad Alhamad

Col. Suhil Mahmood Aljawbra

Mr. Abgar Malol

Battar Al Sharaa (Engineer)

Mr. Uqab Abu Sued (Engineer)

Mr. Loai Abazeid

Col. Adnan Abdulkader Murad

Mr. Marwan Abdo Mukhbat

Col. Ibrahim Ahmad Khaled

Col. Mohammad Ahmad Almuhamad

Col. Mustafa Mustafa Ahmad Barakat

Mr. Razok Muhamad Alrazok

Maj. Abdullah Ahmad Tlas

Mr. Hussam Marsheh

Lieutenant col. Mohammad Baker Mustafa Alzokawi

Lieutenant col. Ahmad Abdulrahman Abo-Shtara

Mr. Majed Habbo

Col. Khalil Najeeb Alobaidi (pilot)

Col. Ali Mahmood Akari

Mme. Fatima Sharba

Mr. Saleh Alnabwani

Brig. Gen. Abdulrahman Awad Alhasan

Col. Talal Khaled Alnajm

Mr. Mansoor Hasan Hasno

Col. Abdulbaset Ibrahim Saad Eddin

Mr. Abdulhadi Sari

Col. Ahmad Hamade

Brig. Mohammad Yahia

Brig. Abdullah Omar Zakarya

Col. Saleh muteb Alhamada

Col. Saado Mussa Aljarodi

Mr. Homam Daoud

Mr. Mahmood Khaled Alakl

Mr. Waseem Abazid

Dr. Mohammad Alshaker

Lieutenant col. Issa mohammad Ali (pilot)

Lieutenant col. Mohammad khairat Alharbat

Dr. Alaa kasem

Hind Buzo (journalist)

Ibrahim Alhaji (judge)

Mr. Akram Abduldaiem

Brig. Khaled Muhsen Alhalabi

Mr. Haian Fayez Amro

Mr. Naser Mahmood Alhussein

Mr. Waseem Aloudat

Dr. Aiman Aloudat

Maisam Alzobi (lawyer)

Mr. Barakat Alzobi

Mr. Ahmad Aloudat

Mr. Mohammad Aloudat

Mr. Mohammad Al Mahamid

Dr. Mohammad Almasri

Mr. Mahmod Mafaalani

Mr. Kassem Aloudat

Mr. Mohammad Alzobi

Mr. Ziad Abu Hamdan

Maj. Gen. Abdulaziz Alshalal

Dr. Imad Alkhatib

Mr. Maamon Mahmod Almalki

Col. Sobhi Hasan Zaraa

Col. Mazen nazeer Bakor

Mohammad Ismaeel Farzat (Captain)

Mme. Amal Nasr

Mr. Adnan Aldebs

Mr. Thaer Abdullah Akkosh

Mr. Mustafa Saud Alalosh

Col. Ahmad Mohammad Maiof

Brig. Adnan Abdulkareem Stif

Col. Radwan Mahmood Ayoush

Col. Farook Mahmod Albdan

Lieutenant col. Omar Alshater (Engineer)

Mr. Hussein Sheikhmos

Othman Aref Hussein

Lieutenant col. Ahmad Dabah Al-issa

Abdullah Al-Ali (lawyer)

Brig. Gen. Adnan Abdulkarim Stif

Mahmod Al-Ghadri (engineer)

Mr. Ahmad Gamil Al-Ali

Fasih Ali Al-Khalaf (Sheikh)

Abu-Khaled Goma Dbis (Judge)

Mr. Rami Abdelrahman

Col. Mohammad Sohil Hardan

Mr. Ahmad Khalil Sheikh Mustafa

Col. Nizar Ismaeel Sit Eldar (pilot)

Mr. Khaled Abdulrahman Al-Saket

Mr. Mohannad Issa

Mr. Ghassan Abu Hamdan

Mr. Ghazi Ahmad Al-Qasem

Me. Hassan Al-Othman (lawyer)

Mr. Mohammad Ibrahim

Col. Haitham Assi Khattab

Col. Khaled Qassar Al-Qutaini

Lieutenant col. Ahmad Subhi Al-Nemer

Lieutenant col. Jihad Rajab Raslan

Brig. Abdulsalam Ahmad Orabi

Lieutenant col. Adel Toma

Col. Majed Diab Mahfouz

Col. Ziad Haj Obid

Col. Saeed Abdullah Al-Henawi

Brig. Gen. Asaad Omar Nasif

Mr. Anas Abu-Zohir Alshami

Monseigneur  Ibrahim Farah (patriarch)

Mr. Mohsen Nazeer Al-Terkawi

Mr. Hamad Shawakh Al-Ahmad Al-borsan

Imad Mohammad Farzat (captain)

Hussein Wawi Al-Sahlan (Sheikh)

Mr. Rezan Mustafa

Mr. Kamal Waleed Ali

Mr. Jankiz Aziz Battal

Dr. Mohammad Zidan Al-Alosh

Mr. Rabah Saleh

Brig. Gen. Abdullah Alhussein

Abduljalil Al-Youssef (Sheikh)

Brig. Omar Al-Asfar (engineer)

Col. Khaled Issa Al-Issa

Brig. Ghassan Ahmad (pilot)

Mr. Wafaa Othman

Mme Omaima Arnouk (journalist)

Brig. Jihad Barho Najm Al-Saied

Mr. Qassem Hamad Al-Jojah

Mme. Hanan Radwan

Mr. Ossama Al-Rifai

Mr. Issam Aloudat

Mr. Suliman Al-Kafiri

Mr. Rashed Olbe

Mr. Marwan Mutawe

Col. Mohammad Hadaya Sheikh Ahmad

Col. Mahmod Daif-allah Alhariri

Col. Moayad Mohammad Al-Sheikh

Dr. Hamid Ali Al-youssef

Dr. Hanan Al-Share-Dabbagh

Col. Mohammad Hasan Hasno

Lieutenant col. Sadam Al-Abod

Mahmod Al-Hmara Al-Fanan (Sheikh)

Mr. Assem Mohammad Al-Hetta

Mr. Nehad Al-Asaad

Mr. Ahmad Jamil Al-Ali

Col. Ibrahim Al-Habos

Mr. Abdulrahman Sabsabi

Mr. Mohammad Zidan Zidan

Brig. Munir Thaib Al-Hariri

First Lieutenant Riyad Mohammad Al-Terkawi

Col. Anwar Thaib Al-Hariri

Col. Hasan Jasem Fatrawi

Ali Taha (Captain)

Mohammad Murhaf Ahmad Farzat (captain)

Mr. Osama Mohammad Saeed Bashir

Mr. Muhannad Mohammad Drosh Al-Husni

Dr. Mohammad Azab Drosh Al-Husni  (Sheikh)

Nidal Kareem Al-Ibrahim (Sheikh)

Khaled Saleh Al-Arian (Sheikh)

Khalif Mohammad Khalife (Sheikh)

Khaled Al-Sayed (Sheikh)

Mohammad Turki Al-Murshaq (Sheikh)

Al-Shareef Mohammad Mahmood Al-Shareef (Sheikh)

Abdulkareem Faraj Al-Zwain (Sheikh)

Mr. Osama Mohammad Saeed Bashir

Mr. Hanna Issa

Rizq Qaisar Al-Zoabi (Sheikh)

Saad Fahd Khalaf (Sheikh)

Mahmood Jalawi Al-alo Al-Tawala (Sheikh)

Mr. Mohammad Dosh Al-Noaimi

Hussin Wawi Al-Sahlan (Sheikh)

Mr. Sabri Massoud

Khaled Abdulmunem Fattouh (captain)

Mr. Bashir Mustafa Al-Khatib

Col. Ahmad Abdulaziz Najjar

Rasheed Mahmoud Horani (captain)

Col. Muzahem Yonso

Mr.  Mohammad Khaled Al-Ismaeel

Mr.  Assem Ahmad Mustafa

Col. Zidan Hussein Al-Abd

Salim Muhammad Al-Tamer (captain)

Mr.  Abdul-Ilah Tamer Trad Al-Mulhem

Mustafa Mahmood Fattoh (captain)

Major. Nabil Abdullatif Alrifai

Mohammad Ahmad Bakir (captain)

First lieutenant. Mohammad Al-Sheikh

Mr. Khalil Ibrahim Nassar

Col. Alameed Adnan Mohammad Al-Ahmad

Col. Hussein Samhan Al-Kalsh

Col. Ziad Al-Salamat

Mazen Saad Eddin (captain)

Col. Turki Al-Rifai (pilot)

Lieutenant Colonel. Nidal Ibrahim Shodab

Mohammad Haj Hassan (captain)

Yasser Alkhateeb (captain)

Anas Isber (captain)

Baraa Abdulkader Lazqani (captain)

Brig. Zuhir Yossef Hamidi

Mr. Nayef Ahmad

Col. Gen. Mohammad Taha Al-Thiab

Mustafa Mohammad Shalaan Al-Sheikh Ali (captain)

Major. Ahmad Okla Abdulhameed

Col. Gen. Hisham Hussein Al-Samori

Mohammad Ahmad Qablan (captain)

Major. Iyad Al-Jazar Bakdash

Col. Ibrahim Khalife

Brig. Mustafa Al-Khabor

Col. Maher Mohammad Nabhan Nabhan

Diaa Abdulrahman Qador (captain)

Amer Mohammad Al-Ashqar (captain)

 

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