Syriac Union Party organizes lecture in Qabre Hewore, North and East Syria, on 18th anniversary of founding of party

QABRE HEWORE, Syria — On the 18th anniversary of the founding of the Syriac Union Party (SUP), the party’s Qabre Hewore (Qahtaniyah) branch hosted a lecture for the community. Attended by representatives from the Beth Nahrin National Council, as well as prominent figures from the town, the event began with a warm welcome and a respectful minute of silence dedicated to martyrs.

SUP Co-Chair Sanharib Barsom, took the stage to discuss the party’s goals and the challenges encountered during its formative years. The lecture provided a comprehensive overview of the struggles faced during its founding.

Party officials further delved into the sacrifices made by the party, covering pivotal moments such as the arrest of SUP co-founder Said Malki by the Syrian regime.

The lecture concluded with an interactive session, where attendees had the opportunity to pose questions covering various topics, including the party’s trajectory, issues facing the Syriac (Aramean–Assyrian–Chaldean) community, and the latest political developments in Syria and the wider region.