Monthly Archives: August 2018

Idlib and the cats’ leader

Written by: Syrian writer and researcher Dr. Ali al-Shoaibi   Don’t let the title fool you! I’m not describing the terrorists of Idlib as cats , they are actually a bunch of mad dogs who went back to the way their ancestors were, we all know that dog was the first animal to be domesticated hundreds of thousands of years ...

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Enjoy the Ninety-Nine Blessings

A king asked his counselor: “why my servant is happier than me in his life?He does not have anything,while I, the king,have everything; nevertheless, I am not happy like him?”The counselor replied: “Maybe you should try the (99 rule) with him,” the king said: “What is the (99 rule)?” The counselor replied: “Put 99 Dinars in a bundle and write ...

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Melancholyof Words

By:Dr. Ali Al-Shuaibi, the Syrian writer and researcher.   I have been moving between Homs and Hama for a week now trying to write something but in vain. I could not bring myself to write about many painful and sorrowful subjects. To write is to convey a message; a very true and honest message. While I was well aware of ...

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The borders of the Golan Heights are set, what about“Israel”?

By Nasser Qindeel Giving a brief account of a debate conductedby a group of Israeli researchers and analysts, who have been trying to figure out what  potential changes might take place on  the Syrian landscape in order to chart a new strategy to meet with the unfolding transformations in the wake of the defeat sustained by Armed groups in Aleppo ...

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Chemists Turn “Air” into Protein

Biochemists have discovered an enzyme that can directly convert atmospheric carbon dioxide and alcohol into methionine molecules, one of the key “molecules of life”. The results of their experiments were published in (Nature Catalysis) journal. “In comparison with photosynthesis, the closest natural analogue of this process, our idea looks very simple and elegant, about 14 different enzymes participate in photosynthesis, ...

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The Twilight of the War

by Thierry Meyssan If we consider the war in Syria not as a singular event, but as the culmination of a world war which has persisted for a quarter of a century, we have to ask ourselves about the consequences of the imminent end of hostilities. Its completion marks the defeat of an ideology, that is to say globalization and ...

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A Simple Way to Avoid Math Tests Phobia!

Most students suffer from math testsphobia that makes them feel uncomfortable; however, researchers have found a simple way to help them overcome this problem. The researchers found that sitting straight could enhance students’ skills during math tests.“Erik Peper”, professor of Health Education atSan Francisco University, says: “For people who are anxious about math, posture makes a giant difference,sitting in an ...

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The outcome of the conflict is already visible

By Dr. Ahmad al-Hajj Ali Two  logical conclusions can be figured out from this over-all conflict between the Syrian homeland and the coalition of enemies, including terrorist tentacles: First, this phase is the last chapter of this US-Zionist terrorist war on Syria, in terms of liquidating the structural construction of these terrorist forces, on the one hand, and exposing the ...

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