Daily Archives: Wednesday August 30th, 2017

Assad strategy allowed us to walk tall and free

by Thierry Meyssan :In 2011 when his country was subject to a jihadist siege, President Bashar el-Assad’s reaction was against the norm: rather than strengthening the powers of his security services, he cut them back. Six years on, his country is in the process of emerging victorious, in the most important war since Vietnam. This same type of aggression is unfolding ...

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Damascus International Fair and the Economic Cycle Launching

The Times published an article by Hannah Lucinda Smith entitled President Al-Assad invites friendly nations to rebuild Syria, saying: “In a sign of President Assad’s growing confidence that he has snatched back control of Syria, the first international trade fair in five years opens today in the capital, Damascus”. “The strategic road leading to the fairground has been the scene ...

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