Monthly Archives: July 2018

Funny story about “creative chaos in Iraq”

Paul Bremer: Well, my dear friend, Jeremy, we shall carry out the orders of President Bush to run this ancient country in the style of creative chaos, read, have you ever read those recommendations before? Jeremy Greenstock: Chaos? Creative? How can chaos be creative? Bremer: it will be creative as it will create something certainly, no matter what that creature ...

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Syrian Seeds Could Save US Wheat Crops

After the attack of buzzing hordes of flies, there was one seedling left unharmed among 20 thousand seedlings affected by pests in one of Kansas university greenhouses. The species of this seedling is known as Aegulops tauschii; a grass of Syrian origin. Now those Syrian seeds stored in a vault outside of Aleppo could end up saving US wheat from ...

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Washington Post: we lost all our cards at the game in Syria

Dennis Ross, a distinguished fellow at the Washington Institute, said in an aticle published by the Washington Post that :”Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result may not meet the clinical definition of insanity, but it’s still a pretty good standard. It also happens to define both President Barack Obama’s and President Trump’s approaches ...

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The reverse migration began and the new Syria will rise from the midst of destruction

By: Abdel Bari Atwan Thousands of displaced Syrians in Lebanon began to return voluntarily after security is back in most of the Syrian cities and villages, especially the Ghouta region where most of them were displaced from, tens of thousands of Syrian militants who were in the armed opposition factions were involved in reconciliation projects with the state and settled ...

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UNFORGETTABLE YEARS ENDED WITH PURPLE VICTORY

By: the Syrian Writer and Researcher: Dr. Ali Al- Shuaybi It’s true that some very hard years have casted their shadows on this great Syrian Arab nation, this nation that broke all the chains and defeated every entity that tried to confiscate its freedom, and it seems that the first act of alliance is happening one more time. because the ...

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First 3-D color X-ray

By producing clear images of inside the human body, researchers hope the new scan will boost accuracy when diagnosing diseases. Study author Professor Phil Butler, from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, said: ‘This new imaging tool is able to get images that no other imaging tool can achieve’. Color X-rays allow doctors to identify markers of diseases, such as ...

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Survival questions began to be asked in the Zionist entity

Living in a state of anxiety about the victories in Syria ;Israel is asking Washington to give it a hand  to return to the disengagement agreement in 1974. After Damascus closed its ears and stopped listening to any calls, and Moscow did not speak with reassurance, the Helsinki summit came to give Israel a half- reassurance !! Opens the door ...

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To change, we have to undergo changes ourselves

By :Dr. Bassam Abu Abdullah Surely enough, things after Helsinki summit would not be the same as they were before it, especially in terms of  the Syrian issue. Many observers and commentators concur on this. The press conference jointly held by the Russian President Vladimir Putin and his US counterpart Donald Trump gave the impression that some substantive US-Russian understandings ...

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The Decisive Victory of Syria

By” Naser Kandeel” – Many believe that the greatest complication which is going to determine the future of Syria and the massive war aimed against it is what will happen in the north of Syria when America and Turkey share the influence over a part of the Syrian homeland, and discuss the projects of partitioning Syria. – If we reflected ...

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Syrian Medical Research Wins the Best Scientific Publication Award of 2018 in Switzerland

The Syrian Doctor, Hala Kamal Ktaish, received the award of the best scientific publication of 2018 from the Swiss association for orthopedic surgery during its annual convention and that’s for her research about the role of tissue engineering at treating meniscus injuries. Hala who studied orthopedic in Switzerland and currently prepares to acquire the Ph.D. Degree in tissue engineering and ...

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