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Great men of my country, Syria…

Syrian Professor Martyr (Samir Ali Rukaya) , the inventor whom the Russians described as the first Russian aviation developer in the world… the Syrian professor whom the Zionist newspaper” Haaretz” wrote several reports describing him as a “destructive brain”. Professor Samir Ali Rukaya, Doctor of Aeronautical Engineering in the Syrian Scientific Studies and Research Center in Aleppo, was born in ...

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Economy of war or war of economy? War and economy part II

When a war occurs in a country, all resources, budget, national output, human and material capabilities are harnessed to serve the war effort and the goal is to achieve victory. Any state at war works to strengthen its economy before and during the war to overcome the crisis and achieve internal stability in the domestic market to support and spend ...

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Concerns of the Syrian people

By: Dr. Ali al-Shoaibi Writers in this world, as old as the world of Essay, are looking for important subjects that readers value and revolve around the wider domestic community, and if words are not coming from the heart, then they will not fall into the hearts of others. The problem lies in the fact that the writer may not ...

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The US/Israeli War of Terrorism On Iran

The recent US designation of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps as a “terrorist” organisation marks a new low in US foreign policy. Now the armed forces of another sovereign state have been declared illegal. Iran has never attacked the United States. On the contrary, since the 1979 revolution, the country has been attacked several times by the United States. In 1980, ...

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The architectural design of Notre Dame originates from Syria- an expert says

Few seem to know that the Parisian cathedral’s architectural design owes a vast debt to Middle Eastern predecessors. On Monday, as Notre Dame burned before our eyes, it was striking to note how few seemed to know that the Parisian cathedral’s original architectural design, its twin towers flanking an elaborate entrance, its rose windows, its rib vaulting and its spire (la fleche) ...

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US Convoy to Hasaka coming from Iraq

Another American convoy of more than 250 heavy trucks came to the Al-Hasakah governorate from Iraq. It delivered Hummer armored off-roaders, pickups, artillery hauling units, weaponry, rounds and ammunition. Since the beginning of 2019 it is the seventh American heavy trucks convoy coming from Iraq to Syria. A big part of supplies the Pentagon handed over to SDS Kurdish troops. ...

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JayshMaghawir al-ThawraMilitants Hide Information about Jleb Checkpoint Functioning

On April 16 more than 700 refugees left the Rukban camp through the Jleb checkpoint. Those who managed to leave the camp say that JayshMaghawir al-Thawramilitants are doing their best to hide information about the Jleb checkpoint functioning. Militants take away refugees’ cell phones, TV sets, radios and other devices. That is why people in the Rukban camp cannot hear ...

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The strategy of Mike Pompeo

Thierry Meyssan. On 12 March, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a speech about his strategy to a stunning gathering of the World Petroleum Board of Governors in which he unveiled the strategy he developed, first when he was head of the Central Intelligence Agency and then as secretary of state. In international media, Pompeo and US President Donald ...

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The Washington Post: Trump’s gift to the Resistance ?!

The decision of the US President to recognize the sovereignty of “Israel” on Golan Hights was a gift to both Syria and Hezbollah; it is an opportunity to mobilize and talk about resisting the occupation. President Trump’s decision to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the Syrian Golan Heights is another Trump’s mistake in the Middle East,” writer Max  Boot said in ...

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