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Mounting Pressure on Syrian Economy

Suddenly Syrians who used to export olive oil to neighboring countries couldn’t find the product in their markets, investigations led to the normal suspects, smugglers, but this time the smuggling was not to gain money from the smuggling, it was in constant steps to weaken the Syrian economy with the help of the enemies of humanity.

The following report with English subtitles by the Syrian Ikhbariya news channel, banned by ‘freedom of speech’ promoters in the west, sheds some light.

The Syrian currency was under attack since over 27 months especially by the Saudi Central Bank which tries to buys all what they can from the Lira and then sell it at lower prices just to weaken its purchasing power, and just recently it was discovered that the Lebanese Central Bank is not innocent in this regards.

The Turkish fanatic Muslim Brotherhood Erdogan and his BFF former Qatari Emir Hamad contributed both in dismantling and stealing factories from Aleppo and Der Ezzor, destroying what they can’t steal, in more steps to destroy the only country that doesn’t fall under any US hegemony influence in the entire region.

It’s not enough to collect terrorists from all sides of the planet and dump them from neighboring countries into Syria to kill Syrians and destroy their country, not enough that sanctions target the Syrian economy since decades and keep on increasing affecting both the sanctioned and the sanctioning countries by losing thousands of investment opportunities for both, also constant targeting of the Syrian economy from within to force Syrians to kneel and accept the old colonization of their country in new shapes. Obviously the plotters not only fail in reading history, understand the Syrians mentality and the accumulated thousands of years of pride and civilization, they keep failing to learn from their own continuous failures. Syrians will die standing and they will die tall defending their country and making sure the aggressors will pay the price of their acts, sooner or later.

The Omayyad Sword in Omayyad Square in Damascus
The Omayyad Sword in Omayyad Square in Damascus