Monthly Archives: November 2017

American journalist: Syrian president defeated us with his army and people

American journalist who writes in the Washington Post (Hanrik Bantenoy) said that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has come close to declaring his victory over the world and the United States.  Bantenoy said “President Assad is very intelligent and his intelligence has exceeded the limits, and he has become an intolerable man for the West. America has received successive slaps in ...

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An alternative to human bones of flexible titanium

Russian scientists have developed a flexible metal alloy of titanium, an appropriate replacement for damaged bones in humans, according to an article published in “Materials Science and Engineering”. This new titanium-zirconium-niobium alloy is very resilient to an aggressive environment, such as the human body. Since its elasticity matches that of human bone, implants made from this alloy are much more ...

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The Suspicious Role of Tramp and his Son-in-law in the Events of the Kingdom of Sand

The phone call made by Tramp with the Saudi King is considered a sufficient indicator that his administration was not far from the coup developments in Saudi Arabia. The American media was concerned with the coup event from the perspective of its economic decline and financial backgrounds. Estimates concerning the number of billions seized by the Saudi crown prince from ...

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Red Giant Reveals Secrets Prior to Sun Death

In the distant future, the sun will expand until it reaches a size that is many times than it is now. As a result, every living creature on the surface of our planet will die. Scientists have observed the aging “twin” of our son, which reveals new insight on what the future might look like for the star at the ...

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France should readjust its Syria policies – Parliamentarians

In his address to the Parliamentary Debate held by the French National Assembly on the controversial counter-terrorism bill allegedly proposed to track down terrorists in Syria and Iraq, the French Parliament Member Nicolas Dhicq said: Dear colleagues, how many more tears Syrian women should shed?  Six years of war, by now. Six harrowing years. The Syrian conflict has been deliberately covered ...

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Sarcastic quotes

Satirist writer Jalal Amer, who gained the title of the “Prince of Satirists” have these humorous quotes: We fight as to how I believe in dialogue. You discuss issues with me and I discuss issues with you. You debate and I debate. You maintain dialogue with me and I do maintain dialogue with you. But once you disagree with me, ...

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The Art of Replying

An arrogant writer said to the famous author Bernard Shaw: “I am better than you because you write in order to gain money, while I write in order to seek honor! Bernard Shaw immediately Replied him: “You are right, each one of us looks for what he lacks.” The fat British Minister “Churchill” to the slim Bernard Shaw:”who sees you ...

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Religion in Saudi Arabia from prosperity to adversity

Over half a century ago, Saudi Arabia – thanks to its huge oil and geo-religious potential – managed to achieve sweeping cultural, advocacy and political influence throughout the world, including the Muslim world in particular. This is who what I call “Saudi Islam” was widespread. And most of the religious men , preachers and the sons of Islamic movements were ...

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The Russians revealSyria’s downing of an Israeli F35 warplane

As Hizbollah fighters aptly humiliated the Merkava (Israel’s main battle tank) during the 2006 war on Lebanon and turned the pride of the Israeli military into a junk being treaded upon in the dust of the Lebanese al-Hujair Valley (Wadi al-Hujair) in the famous battle,  Syria’s air defense people dealt a similarly humiliating blow to the best US-made  jet fighter. ...

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