Quneitra, Southern Syria- After four years of procrastination, bride Samar Salman Khayyal from Hadar Village crossed to the occupied Syrian Golan to meet her groom Nabih Farhat passing through Quneitra City's crossing in coordination with the Red Cross and the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF).
The Israeli occupation forces have prevented bride Samar from crossing to the occupied Syrian Golan over the past four years in an attempt to undermine the steadfastness of the Golan's people and to prevent any contacts with their motherland.
Member of the Executive Office of Quneitra Municipal Council Hamda al-Arkawi said the crossing of brides from and to the motherland is an important form of the struggle and resistance of the Golan's women against the Israeli occupation's hostile policies.
Bride Samar told SANA that getting married to one of the Golan's citizens stresses the communication among the people of the same homeland who could not be separated by barbed wires and the hostile exercises of the Israeli occupation forces, expressing confidence that the Golan will return to the motherland, Syria.
For her part, Samar's mother Siddiqa Mur'ai expressed happiness, stressing determination to contact with her daughter in the future through speakerphones at Ain al-Tina site.
Mayor of Golan's Villages Isam al-Sha'alan said Golan's brides sacrifice themselves to consolidate unity and correlations between people of the Golan on the two sides of the barded wire which has not been able to obliterate the Arabism of the occupied Syrian Golan.
The Israeli occupation forces prevent brides from crossing to and from the occupied Syrian Golan since 2008 through imposing siege and restrictions on the Golan's people.