Monthly Archives: November 2017

Gratitude to the Parents is redeemable debt

Relating his personal story, a father once said that some fifty years ago he joined his father to perform the Hajj (pilgrimage) ritual. They took the journey with a caravan carried by camels. When they passed by a certain location, the father had to answer the call of nature. So, the son helped him get down from the camel’s back. ...

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Thanks to Riyadh… Thanks to Musaylimah

By “Talal Salman” : Thanks to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia led by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz, and his son Mohammad bin Salman, the Crown Prince and the ruler by his command in the present… and in the future, the Almighty willing! Thanks because the Kingdom that was created by sword and gold ...

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The Syrian Blessing

By Former French Ambassador Michel Rambaut Would there be life through all theseextensively long years of rambling hell and thick fog Syria has survived, without hope? Let us first think of the Syrian people, who have been subjected to oppression and genocide. Let us think about their National Army, which has had to pay such a dear price to repel ...

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Strategic Analyst Mohammad Sadiq al-Husayni tweets:

May I have your attention please- Do not buy the amplifying of the Wahhabi media and don’t let it sneak into your minds, There is no war ! they are terrified. All their screams on Lebanon and Iran and their intimidation and exaggeration is aimed at completing the current US coup in Riyadh. Lebanon is not in danger, Lebanon is ...

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Only in the colloquial Syrian dialect

The Syrian dialect has some unique features. One word or verb is used in so many different ways. The verb “sleep/slept”  (transliterated NAM) is used in the Syrian local dialect in such a diverse way that it takes different meanings in each case. For instance: Slept on the money =  He stole them and never mentioned it. Slept on the ...

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From School Failure to a Nobel Prize in Medicine

After a long journey of giving, Peter Mansfield passed away at the age of 83. Peter Mansfield grew up in the Lambeth district in south London. After failing school tests, he left school at the age of 15. Then he worked as an assistant in a printing house, and his interest in rocket science led him to have a job ...

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The terrorists in Syria are buying US weapons via Telegram application

Opposition militants in Syria have been using “Telegram” application to buy US weapons on the publicly open black market,  the Foreign Policy magazine reported.  The US-based magazine published dozens of snapshots showing messages of weapons purchases, including US-made firepower and parts of anti-tank missiles. The Magazine quoted the representative of the US-led Coalition Forces in Syria as saying that these ...

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Riyadh is pushing the region into a broader war – The Washington Post

A report run by the US-based Washington Post has cautioned that the policies pursued by Riyadh might plunge the Middle East region into a new quagmire disclosing the exact spot where war might break out soon. Mark Lynch, Professor of Political Sciences at George Washington University,  noted that Riyadh  might have indeed succeeded in handling its internal problems, but has ...

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Meet Detective Conan 2017 (The New York Times)

The New York Times appoints itself as an investigator and releases a video, continuing by which to exercise its propaganda and accusation against Syria and Russia concerning the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun. It –without any professional shame- depends on the witness of the terrorist “Shajol Islam”, whose identity and terrorist connections were published by the Syrian news Channel, according ...

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