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The art of war

A man walks inside a damaged building with an Islamic flag drawn on the wall in the besieged town of Arbeen in eastern Ghouta, Damascus, Syria January 17, 2015. The text on the wall reads: "Al-Qaeda's Jihad on the land of Sham, Al-Nusra front for ... Reuters India, 1 month ago

Scores killed or wounded in Syrian regime's shelling of Arbeen - SOHR

AMMAN, July 20 (KUNA) -- Dozens have been killed or injured as Syrian regime's fighter jets shelled the southern town of Arbeen, and a blast hit Ain Al-Arab (Kobane) in the northern province of Aleppo, a monitoring group has said. Two men and a ...
 Kuwait News Agency1 month ago
Pakistan Observer

Achieving peace through strength a good lesson

- LAST week marked the second anniversary of the chemical weapons attacks perpetrated by the Syrian regime against the towns and villages of Eastern Ghouta near Syria's capital, Damascus. That day, according to reliable sources, the area covering ...
 Pakistan Observer11 hours ago
Al Jazeera

Dozens killed in Syria government air strikes

At least 30 civilians killed in less than 24 hours in Damascus suburbs and Idlib, as rebel rockets hit central Damascus. At least 30 civilians have been killed by Syrian government air strikes targeting Idlib province and Damascus suburbs, Al ...
 Al Jazeera5 days ago
EA WorldView

Syria Daily, August 19: Regime Counter-Attack in Hama Province — Clever, Foolish, or Desperate?

PHOTO: Claimed picture of regime troops setting out for the offensive in Hama Province LATEST WEDNESDAY FEATURE Testimony: Let's Go Back to the Beginning…. President Assad's military counter-attacked in Hama Province in central Syria ...
 EA WorldView1 week ago

Deadly attacks surge as Iran's foreign minister visits Syria

Lebanese parliament speaker Nabih Berri, right, meets with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2015. Zarif is scheduled to arrive Wednesday afternoon in Damascus, likely to discuss a four-point peace ...
 Mail.com2 weeks ago
Capital Bay

Is Assad now using NAPALM on the Syrian people?

Video released by anti-Assad activists showed fires raging in Darayya Buildings appeared to be covered in a highly flammable liquid or gel Locals claimed the substance was napalm and the fires wouldn't go out But pro-regime sources claimed that a ...
 Capital Bay2 weeks ago

The Sudanese People - Life Story

I would like to share you one of Sad Eldin Abrahim articles from his famous column Sabah rabah in Akhir lahza a daily Arabic publication I translated two years ago. The Sudanese citizen is born on a day with a variable weather condition that ranges ...
 Sudan Vision Daily1 month ago
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Flotilla Boat Arrives in Ashdod Port

Photo Credit: Moshe Shai/Flash90 The remaining Flotilla ship that didn't turn around, the Marianne, arrived in Ashdod port on Monday evening. The boat was boarded by Israel's Shayetet 13 special forces after it refused to turn away from ...
 Social Dashboard2 months ago
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Statement from the Office of Rabbi Shlomo Riskin

Rabbi Riskin in an Efrat shul. Photo Credit: Gershon Elinson/Flash90 (Jerusalem) Rabbi Riskin is pleased and honored to continue to serve the residents of Efrat, and the extended community, as the City Rabbi as he has done his entire life with ...
 Social Dashboard2 months ago
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