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Syrian migration season to the north ?

The editorial ofRai al-Youmsees that the return of 150,000 Syriansvoluntarily, who had been residing in Jordan mostly as refugees, since the opening of the border crossing between the two countries a year ago , is a step is in the interest of the Syrian authorities, and reflects the stability of the situation in recent months, the decline in violence, and ...

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Albukamal crossing “No red lines” ?!

In a move that is considered a specific challenge to the red line (US-Israel) announced years ago, the governments of Damascus and Baghdad, in the context of the celebration of the opening of the Albukamal border crossing between Iraq and Syria, to be open to free and safe flow of goods and personnel under the authority and control and supervision ...

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UN documents reveal the number of foreign terrorists in Syria and their nationalities

The number of foreign terrorists is alarming, and they still say: (Syrian revolution!!). Details from UN documents: Number of Foreign Terrorists in Syria: (171400). Information and documents on the nationalities and number of foreign terrorists who have entered Syria since the beginning of the dirty war on Syria. (24500) terrorists from Saudi Arabia; (5990) terroristswere killed, including 19 women and ...

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US experts reveal the truth of the alleged chemical in “Khan Sheikhon”

The manuscript of a scientific study that has been worked on by a group of American scientists to discover the details of what actually happened in Khan Sheikhoun and who caused the attack (assuming that it happened) resulted in a dispute and disagreements among scientists, and the prevention of the newspaper (Global Security and Science) SGS famously published the study ...

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The church is a crossing point for the reopening of European embassies in Damascus

Certainly, the Hungarian government has begun to take practical steps to restore its diplomatic relations with Syria, which has angered key members of the European Union, who want to continue severing relations. The Financial Times reported that diplomatic sources in Brussels and Beirut said that the Hungarian authorities were taking steps to reopen its closed embassy in Damascus. If this ...

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What the world will look like in 50 years?

Underwater highways, hover board-based sports and holidays in space are some of the upcoming revelations which will be commonplace in 50 years’ time, a new report on the future of technology has predicted. The report also predicts the mass-scale production of 3D-printed organs, implants to monitor our health and self-cleaning homes will be key parts of everyday life. The predictions ...

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Organ trade is a global empire whose capital is Israel

Many crises have afflicted Syrians since mid-2011, one of which is the tradein their bodies andmakingthem commodities thatcouldbesold, especially those under the control of transnational terrorist criminal organizations, which have been involved in human trafficking, or even refugees passing through Lebanon, Egypt and Turkey. According to the “Daily Mail”, which refers to a serious party engaged in trade in human ...

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The Scofield Bible

True that Christian-Zionism predates this book, but this “edition” of the Bible seems to have provided the movement with a powerful tool to push its agenda. Few Years ago, MaidhcO’ Cathailaddressed this issue and  exposed not only its biased and inaccurate interpretation of the Bible, but also the dubious character of its author,  his suspicious affiliations and several other hints ...

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Turkey’s problems stem from Erdogan’s support for terrorists in Syria Former Turkish

Minister of Economy, Oufuq Suilmaz, stressed that Turkey’s economic and financial problems stem from the role played by the head of the Turkish regime in supporting terrorist organizations in Syria. In a television interview today, Süelmaz pointed out to the Turkish regime the need for collective action between Syria, Iraq, Iran, Russia and Turkey in order to deal with the ...

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