Syrian refugees are not a burden, they have brought large investments and opened thousands of companies in the host countries.
Syrian refugees are returning home in increasing numbers via the reopened Nassib Border Crossing with Jordan. According to the head of the Immigration and Passport Department, Mazen Ghandour, more than 1,400 Syrians have returned home during the past week. More than 4,200 have returned since the border reopened on 15 [Continue reading…]
France Spring, that’s what happens when the regime of Emanuel Macron decided to break away from the US hegemony and think, just think of creating a European Army, or have some independent foreign and domestic policies, come the ‘Peaceful Protesters’. The French people are still lucky, thus far, as still [Continue reading…]
Syria, the cradle of civilization and will continue to be the beacon of light for future until Jesus Christ returns from the Heavens to Damascus and lead the believers to clean the Earth from all evil. The day Damascus was ranked the ‘one of the worst cities in the world’ [Continue reading…]
The ‘EU Europeans’ disregard for human lives can be obviously demonstrated in their double-standards especially when it comes to the lives of their own people traveling by airlines over and into Saudi Arabia, where money is and no ‘Regime Change’ is being executed, for now. European Organisation for the Safety of [Continue reading…]
General Ali Mamlouk visited Rome and met top Italian officials in charge of security in the European country. Lebanese al-Akhbar Newspaper revealed in its latest edition that the Syrian top security adviser had visited the Italian capital and that wasn’t the only meeting between European officials and the Syrian state. [Continue reading…]
At the beginning of the Syrian Crisis 6.5 years ago, we started calling the Western beloved ‘rebels’ fighting against the Syrian state as enemies of Islam and our description just kept increasing each time they branded themselves with an Islamic reference. We have seen them use each name they could [Continue reading…]