Monthly Archives: September 2018

Inspired by Putin-Erdogan meeting

By: Dr. Ali al-Shoaibi The Syrian citizen reads and listens to every media that deals with what happened at the Putin-Erdogan meeting, and sees that everyone is determined to take al-Nasra front out of Idlib. The results of the meeting may be amazing and may be negative, but when we see the insistence on taking out al-Nasra Front from Idlib ...

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The Worst Days for Trump… Will He Leave?!

According to Well-knownUS media, including the “Associated Press” and “CNN”, the recent developments complicate the position of US President in the White House, who isvery close to be removed from office, and he is living his worst days in the presidency of America. According to the British Broadcasting Corporation(BBC),”Following the recent judicial developments in the case of Paul Manafort,President Donald ...

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Ibn Taymiyyah and the Sykes-Picot agreement (3)

Written by: Dr. Ali Al-Shoaibi We have already said that this agreement divided the Levant to several countries and established several systems in it and tried and still trying to stir up sedition and soft wars among the people of one nation by dividing them and stealing Palestine from the Levant and handing it over to the Zionists then leaving ...

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A Rare Tree Produces Liquid Heavy Metals

Australian Researchers have begun studying a rare species of trees which produces heavy metals in the form of liquids, such as zinc and nickel. They can be used as a real alternative to the subsoil natural resources. Scientists at the University of Queensland focus on studying the environmental miracle closely through which the trees of “Pycnandra cuminata” can produce and ...

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Who wants to relaunch the war in Syria?

by Thierry Meyssan Created in Washington in January 2018, under the presidency of David Satterfield, the ‘little group‘ was tasked with relaunching the Rumsfeld-Cebrowski project for the destruction of State structures in the Middle East in general and Syria in particular. It initially included Saudi Arabia, the United States, France, Jordan and the United Kingdom (on the understanding that the Arab ...

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Surreal Arabs outdo Salvador Dali’s works

By Naram Sargon Contemplating the Arab scene and the Palestinian one, in particular, one would get the sense he is viewing one of Salvador Dali’s Surreal paintings. In Dali’s works, the dimensions are unusually exotic and the lines look somehow illogical. The portraits get entangled. The faces are depicted without eyes, as the eyes are to be found on the ...

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The Syrian war materializes Assad’s Five Seas vision

By Mahran Nizar Ghatrouf As the Syrian war broke out in mid March 2011, a plethora of new paradigms and terminologies began to surface. A lot of changes impactingalmost everything both in the theatre of conflict in the Middle East and on the international landscape have since taken place. Such changes had to do with a lot of things, including ...

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A Syrian-made plane on display at Damascus International Fair

Visitors of the Syrian pavilion at Damascus International Fair would have something interesting to see.  On the small green lawn leading to the pavilion, a light plane featuring the national Syrian Arab Republic flag is perching. What is so special about this small plane? Sahab 73 (the name given to the plane) is totally Syrian-made. This is indeed an extra-ordinary ...

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Ibn Taymiyyah and the Sykes-Picot agreement(2)

Written by: Dr. Ali Al-Shoaibi The Arabs in general and the Syrians in particular are still deeply affected by the damage that this agreement has done to the Arabs and the Syrians. The Levant has been weakened by this division and has become helpless against its enemies and oh how many are they! The enemies had become able to open ...

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What Goes Around Comes Around!

Once there was a woman whoused to make bread for her family every day.She used to make an extra loaf of bread for any hungry passerby, and putsit on the windowsill for any poor person to take it. Every day, a poor hunchback man passes by and picks up the loaf. However, instead of showing his gratitude to thisfamily, he ...

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