Monthly Archives: August 2019

Thirty countries lift the siege on themselves and reserve an outlet in Damascus

Director of the General Organization for International Markets and Exhibitions “Ghassan Al-Fakiani” revealed that the number of countries participating in the Damascus International Fair in its 61st session reached 30 countries to date, including 25 countries with official participation through their embassies and five countries represented by international companies. Al-Fakiani added that the total area reached (95) thousand square meters ...

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The living that are governed by the dead

By: Dr. Ali al-Shoaibi The living that are governed by the dead is a term that applies to every ( Muslim or non-Muslim who renounces his age in which he lives and rejects modernity to live in ancient times under the influence of Islamic books called “kinetic books” ) These books are obscene, stemming from the thought of the dark ...

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Slavery to the teacher’s knowledge

At early stages in schools, we are taught that “I shall be a slave to the one who teaches me even a single letter”. The connotations of this phrase might be interpreted in so many different ways. If it is meant that we should treat our teachers with respect and reverence, it would be a good thing because this would ...

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The Strategy of Deceiving Peoples

This method is considered one of the most common methods of political propaganda and was used by the United States many times in Nicaragua, Chile and Kosovo and in justifying its invasion of Afghanistan and then Iraq under the so-called war on terrorism by passing information proved to be inaccurate afterwards, and prominent media was involved in transferring this information ...

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“Google”..Phone App Detects Acute Kidney Injury in Minutes!

Google’s DeepMind developed a great App that can detect potentially fatal kidney condition  for hospital patients in 14 minutes approximately and send  alerts straight to doctors and nurses. The app, called Streams, looks for signs of acute kidney injury caused by sudden damage or decreased blood flow to the kidneys, normally the result of another illness. It also looks for ...

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The silent crime

Besides the cruelty of the war, the large-scale devastation and the miserable conditions at their refugee camps, the refugees or those who had to leave their homes are now at risk of yet further calamities. At every turn and corner of their tragic journey, they might fall victims to the mushrooming rings of organized crime. A plethora of ruthless human-traffickers ...

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Idleb: Thestory of the end of behind-the-scenes maneuvering

By Dr. Mohammad Bakr The advice given by former US Ambassador to Syria Robert Ford to the “armed opposition” not to expect any help from the United States because Washington would not start a third world war for them and would not intervene to stop the bombing of Idleb can be viewed as a summation  of the US assessment of ...

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Education and the vicious circle in Syria

The handing down of  knowledge and experience from one generation to another has always been an intrinsic feature of almost all  human communities. This process is endless and would continue to be practiced as long as there are societies aspiring for progress and development. Education is an essential part of this process. And in as much as food and nutrition ...

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The Big Serpent and the Little Serpent

By Nabih al-Bourji A serpent dancing with another serpent; the Bigger one is tangoing with the smaller one: When would Turkish President RecepTayyep Erdogan realize that the US President Donald Trump is leading him by the nose right to hell? An idiotic analogy is being drawn between “Greater America” and “greater Turkey”. It is simply idiotic to analogize an Emperor ...

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Significant Improvement of Three Syrian Universities in the New Web Matrix World Ranking

The new ranking of Syrian universities according to the world website ((Web Matrix)) in July 2019 showed an obvious and significantimprovement in the rating of three Syrian universities, Tartus, Hama and Al-Baath, in terms of  points scored compared to that of an earlierranking  issued in 2019.The number of points of those universities, however, variedin accordancewith indicators and steps taken to ...

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