Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi said the Syria media have managed to overcome other misleading media outlets financed by anti-Syrian conspirators. Activities of the symposium on the presidential elections and the future of Syria continued on Monday at al-Assad Library in Damascus, Syrian Arab News Agency reported. In a speech during the event, Minister of Information Omran al-Zoubi said that the Syrian media outlets have faced a fierce misleading media campaign and managed to overcome it. Minister al-Zoubi said that Syrian media outlets will continue pursuing the "crisis profiteers" and enhancing national unity, adding that the devolvement of the media message is connected to a similar one in the religious message. He added the "opposition" that is calling for boycotting the elections, was criticizing the absence of a media and parties law three years ago, adding that the boycotting calls show that this opposition is fabricated and dishonest. "If their objective was changing the president, then here are the ballots and they can do it via voting," al-Zoubi said. In turn, Minister of Awqaf (Religious Endowments) Mohammad Abdul-Sattar al-Sayyed said that the conspirators have chosen to fight Syria under religious cloak, as it is the symbol of pan-Arabism. On June 3rd, Syria will witness a historic round of presidential election in which three presidential candidates are competing to become president of the Syrian Arab Republic.