| Future MP Samir Jisr on Thursday sternly criticized the policy of starving people, via his Twitter account.
"The policy of starving people in order to make people bow does not relate to any monotheistic region and humanitarian principles," the lawmaker tweeted, in reference to the besiegement of Madaya in northwest the Syrian capital.
"The besiegement of Madaya is a stain of shame on the foreheads of its authors," he said, urging the world to think of the innocent children, women, and men there.
He then indicated that trying to bring about a political solution to the Syrian crisis under the auspices of the United Nations alongside "arrogant" who kill their people with chemical weapons and besiegement was not feasible.
"The international community and the entire humanitarian are now before an acid test concerning Madaya and the besieged regions," he underlined.
"Starving people is utmost takfirism," he concluded.