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Between Doubt and Certainty – Muslim Brotherhood’s Shame

How hard is doubt as it penetrates certainty and makes it confused, although it is certain. Is there anything after certainty? But what is harder is the certainty that arrives late after being killed by doubt. What is the use of certainty that is killed by doubt so it arrived to us a motionless corp. We love it like saints, ...

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Leaked documents reveal a widespread media disinformation campaign against Syria launched by Western parties (Part -3)

US-UK program Basma cultivates Syrian media activists The Syrian opposition media war was organized within the framework of a project called Basma. ARK worked with other Western government contractors through Basma in order to train Syrian opposition activists. With funding from both the US and UK governments, Basma developed into an enormously influential platform. Its Arabic Facebook page had over ...

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Scientists transform spinach into a catalyst for batteries that can power anything from electric cars to military equipment

Spinach is known for being a hearty, green vegetable packed with nutrients, but scientists found it does not only provide humans with energy – it can power batteries. Researchers at the American University converted the leafy form into carbon nano-sheets that help to accelerate an oxygen reduction reaction in fuel cells and metal-air batteries. The team put the vegetable through ...

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Members lost in confusion and overthinking while sewing stories about chemical weapon… from the Security Council and the education of lies

What is striking about the Syrian chemical file is that it is an endless file .. After (84) formal sessions in the Security Council and dozens of other unofficial ones, the Security Council is not convinced and does not want to be convinced that the story of chemical weapons has become boring and tasteless .. Even the council seats are ...

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First Human Clinical Trials Involving a Bionic Eye Set to Begin

The first human clinical trials involving a bionic eye are set to begin in Australia, researchers say. The “revolutionary’’ device — which includes glasses fitted with a video camera and miniature electrical panels implanted in the brain — has been in the works for the past decade and is now ready to be tested on patients, said the scientists at ...

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Leaked documents expose massive Syria propaganda operation waged by Western Government contractors and media (part two)

One of the main British government contractors behind the Syria regime-change scheme was called ARK (Analysis Research Knowledge). ARK FZC is based in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. It brands itself as a humanitarian NGO, claiming it “was created in order to assist the most vulnerable,” by establishing a “social enterprise,   empowering local communities through the provision of ...

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Kurdistan between Illusion and Reality (Part 21)

We are still talking about fifty years Nikiten lived amongst the Kurds in a state of cohabitation and comprehensive study. Now, we are going to continue our discussion about the origins of the Kurds according to the Greek historian (Zenfon), as he believes that the Cardochians, whom (Zenfon) talked about in his account of the famous withdrawal in history between ...

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An opportunity for the Syrian militants to regularize their situation and return to their normal lives

A trusted source reports that, as part of the campaign against international terrorism, the Syrian authorities are giving a monetary reward of between $ 100 and $ 300 to people who have provided data on the location of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham objects in Idlib governorate. Information can be photographs, coordinates, pictures from a map with a detailed description of objects. ...

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Kurdistan between Illusion and Reality (Part 20)

In 1937, a debate was held in Paris at the society of (Ethnography)  where professor Contino talked about ancient  peoples, “tests carried out on some Sumerian skulls showed that there is a difference in them,” he said. Sculptures in particular represent models of small heads; however, craniometry  does not approve these models, “The lack of archeologists’ interest in bone remains ...

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