The United States of America illegally occupies an area of 55 square kilometers (21.2 square miles) in Al Tanf Area, in Syria.
Syria has some beautiful news. Despite the sadistic, draconian sanctions imposed by the west — as punishment for not capitulating to neo-colonialism — the Republic continues to rebuild, and to re-electrify. On 4 December, Same al Debs, Head of Damascus Chamber of Industry announced that 710 factories in al Zablatani [Continue reading…]
A convoy of 78 trucks loaded with humanitarian aid has finally entered the US controlled Rukban refugees concentration camp on the borders with Jordan southeast of Syria, the first humanitarian aid to reach the camp in over 10 months. The Syrian Red Crescent and the United Nations have prepared the [Continue reading…]
If reports coming are true, the Syrian state should react against Jordan where the CIA’s whole country sub-station aka Jordan pains much, water, economic squeeze, and stopping any security exchange. Syrian produces have been prevented entry into Jordanian markets since the Nassib Border Crossing was reopened last month. 14 Syrian [Continue reading…]
After years of closing when terrorists invaded the vital border crossing, and after months of stalling by the Jordanian regime, finally, the Nassib Border Crossing will be open tomorrow. The announcement of the reopening of the Nassib Border Crossing came by the Syrian minister of Interior Mohammad al-Shaar, after a [Continue reading…]
Rukban refugees camp at Al-Tanf on the borders between Syria and Jordan to be dismantled, the refugees there will join the reconciliation process. Elders from the refugee camp reached an agreement with the Syrian Arab Army has been achieved, Russia and Jordan seriously considering the dismantling the camp, according to [Continue reading…]
In spite of the massive campaign by Western powers and their regional stooges, more than 1.5 million Syrian refugees managed to return to Syria already, many more have registered their desire to return and awaiting logistics. Today, Monday, October 1st, a new group of 4,100 Syrian refugees in Lebanon will [Continue reading…]