The famous Mauritanian Islamic scholar Mohammad Al-Hassan Al-Dedew has called for international support and attention to the dire situation in northern Syria, particularly in Idlib and its surroundings. He expressed deep concern over the ongoing atrocities committed by various armed groups, including those affiliated with the Syrian regime, against innocent civilians, including women, children, and the elderly.
In a statement, Al-Dedew highlighted the urgent need for assistance and solidarity with the Syrian people, who have been facing a humanitarian crisis exacerbated by the use of internationally banned weapons. He emphasized the importance of not forgetting the suffering of the Syrian population amid the focus on events in Palestine.
Al-Dedew also urged Turkey, its government, and people, as well as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Turkish humanitarian and legal organizations, to support and assist the Syrian people during these challenging times. He called upon all Muslims to stand with their Syrian brothers and sisters in their time of need.
The Islamic scholar concluded by praying for the victory and relief of the Syrian people, as well as the defeat of those who have occupied Syrian lands, distributed and displaced its people, and committed grave injustices.
The plea comes as the crisis in Idlib continues to escalate, with thousands of civilians exposed to the regime’s attacks without protection and facing dire humanitarian conditions.