Daily Archives: Sunday June 11th, 2017

He who cooks poison tests it

Qatar  accuse Saudi Arabia and its media of fabricating….the one that causes laughter, is the most tragic disaster…the same poison that you have cooked for Syria is now killing you… expelling diplomats and citizens, closing airports, and the worst is yet to come … What do you expect from these events? Why did the magic turn on the magician ??? ...

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The conflict is winding down

In an investigation, US channel abc news said there was a general feeling that the six-year a general feeling that the war is winding down. Throughout the Syrian capital, new shops are opening, and business is booming rapidly. On the east end of Old Damascus in Bab Sharqi there’s a strip of new bars lining the historic street known as ...

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Reconstruction of Syria

“Izvestia” newspaper touched  the issue of reviving the Syrian economy and the problem of displaced people after the end of the war. “Moscow believes that time has come to discuss the issues of Syria’s reconstruction and the return of millions of displaced people to their homes, and think that Geneva may be the best arena for that,” wrote the newspaper ...

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Vatican concerns about Wahhabism in Syria

Victor Gaetan wrote an article for Foreign Affairs, in which he discussed the diverge between the Vatican and the Trump administration on Saudi Arabia. The writer said that Saudi Arabia is one of the few countries to have no diplomatic relations with the Holy See, pointing out that Pope Francis criticizes Saudi Arabia more than the Trump administration, because of ...

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Sawing nations

What hurts the tree is not the ax, but the fact that the hand of the ax is made of wood !!. So is homeland , it’s not hurt by the foreign plot, but by the fact that who destroy it are it’s children… We send a message to the rest of our precious countrymen, who are still immersed in ...

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” wind of forgiveness “

Once upon a time , two friends were walking in the desert and during the trip the argued and one slapped the other on his face ,he who was slapped was in pain but didn’t utter a word, he only wrote on the sands: today, my best friend slapped me! They went on walking till they found an oasis and ...

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Syrian genius is sweeping Europe

The young Syrian “Abdul Rahman Al-Ashraf” succeeded in a unique innovation, allowing people to communicate without the need of Internet. Al-Ashraf says that he began his work after arriving in Germany. He studied software engineering in the Syrian capital of Damascus. Two years ago, he moved to Stuttgart, Germany, to study and obtained a master’s degree in software technology from ...

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Cyborg dragonfly spy

The program that set out to create a cyborg dragonfly has successful strapped a tiny backpack fitted with electronics, sensors and a solar cell to a live insect with aim of spying. The DragonflEye is controlled by pulses of light sent through the pack to specific neurons in its brain, allowing researchers to remotely operate the drone-like bug to guide ...

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