Syria president Bashar al-Assad with the first lady Asmaa al-Assad and their children paid a visit to a church in Tartous,.
Dozens of Syrian Arab Army wounded warriors visited the Damascus International Fair, 14 September. Conscription in Syria begins at 18, with postponements up to age 45, for those engaged in studies. Women and single male children are exempt. Since the most heinous of international conspiracies against one country began in [Continue reading…]
Syria’s First Lady Mrs. Asma Al-Assad visited children in the cancer ward of Beroni Hospital, on this first day of blessed Eid Al-Adha. The First Lady visited the children with members of the Basma Association, the Syrian-based organization which helps provide physiological, medical, and financial support to these children and [Continue reading…]
Damascus, SANA 8 August — The media office at the Syrian Presidency announced on Wednesday that Mrs. Asmaa al-Assad began the initial stage of treatment of a malignant breast tumor which was discovered in its early stage. “Strongly, confidently and faithfully, Mrs. Asmaa al-Assad started the first stage of treatment [Continue reading…]
Have you ever been visited by your president? If you are Syrian, your president is President Assad, and yes, he will do this. Two days before the New Year evening, on 29 December 2017, President Bashar Al-Assad, the beloved Syrian President, accompanied with Syrian First Lady Asmaa Al-Assad, and their kids, Hafez, [Continue reading…]
Regime change in Syria: Hey, your media lies to you. Today President Bashar Al-Assad, the son of Syria and the brother of Syrians, again visited his people. Dr. Al-Assad has made such visits on many occasions, like in the churches at Christmas, to the battlefield front for Ramadan Iftar, to newly [Continue reading…]
Syria’s first lady Asmaa Bashar Al Assad held a reception on the occasion of Mother’s Day, 21st March 2013, to show the gratitude of all Syrians to over 5,000 Syrian mothers whom each of them sent all of her sons to defend the country in the face of an unprecedented [Continue reading…]