Posts Tagged ‘Damascus’

Syrian ambassador Dr. Bashar Jaafari sums up the deliberation on Eastern Ghouta at the UNSC in 10 minutes in his stakeout with the media after the meeting.

5 remarks brought up by the Syrian ambassador detailing the hypocrisy and double standards of the Western permanent members of the United Nations Security Council

Continue reading – Video report included: UNSC Deliberation on Eastern Ghouta Explained in 10 Minutes | S.N.

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In the latest terrorist atrocity on Thursday, ten civilians were killed and many others were injured in rocket attacks on Esh al-Warwar and Mezzeh 86 neighborhoods in Damascus and its countryside. In the attack on Esh al-Warwar neighborhood, north of Damascus, 7 civilians were killed, four from the same family.

Nasser Mashhour and three of his children, Omar Mashhour, Ayah Mashhour, and Noor Mashhour were killed when a mortar shell struck their house’s… Continue reading: The Terrorist Killing Fields of Syria | Syria News

‘Moderate Terrorists’ from al-Qaeda FSA groups operating in Eastern Ghouta fired mortar shells indiscriminately against two residential neighborhoods in the Syrian capital Damascus.

Continue reading: Moderate Terrorists Kill 10 CIVILIANS, Four from the Same Family in Damascus | Syria News

Again and again the moderate terrorists in Al Ghouta countryside rain down the residential suburbs of the city by mortar shells!  And who would stop these criminals with their big amounts of weapons, drugs, money and missiles they receive under the cover of ‘humanitarian aid’?  

On 21 January, our TV news reported on a shipment of these weapons — made in the US and France — seized while on the way to the terrorists aka Al Nusra Front in Al Ghouta.  The shipment of ammunition was sent across the southern front via Jordan, to be transported to Al Ghouta terrorists!  However… Continue reading: Ghouta ‘Moderates’ Slaughter 9 in Damascus Neighborhood | Syria News

Syria news briefs of 29 December include evacuations of terrorists, release of kidnapped victims, bombings of residential neighborhoods, gifts to children of martyrs, and First Family visit.

In a deal brokered by the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) in coordination with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), 85 “humanitarian cases” were released from terrorist captivity in… Continue reading: Syria News Briefs, 29 December 2017 | Syria News

On 26 December, another US owned terrorist murdered another Syrian soldier, defending his homeland within its borders, from foreign terrorists.  Syrian Arab Air Force pilot Bassam Ghassan was shot down while on a mission against al Nusra savages in Hama countryside. At this writing, little is known of the life of the Syrian martyr.

Continue Reading:  US Owned Terrorist Kills Syrian Pilot with US MANPAD | Syria News

After its miserable defeat in the main urban centers in north and northeast of Syria, the ISIS terrorist organization wanted any media achievement to justify receiving more funds and arms from their sponsors and in front of their terrorists.

The latest attacks are essential for the United States of America after the Russian calls for it to withdraw from Syria after the defeat of ISIS. The Americans insist the necessity of remaining in the country since their goals are not achieved yet by installing a puppet regime or any puppet members in the Syrian government. So the Americans lie behind the existing of ISIS to remain in the country and the recent attacks serve just that.

Continue reading: ISIS Remnants Carry out Attacks to Justify US Forces Presence in Syria | Syria News

More than 4,000 young men from al-Keswa city and its surrounding in Damascus Countryside have completed their applications to join the ranks of the Syrian Arab Army.

Al-Keswa is about 13 kilometers to the south of Damascus on the Damascus – Daraa – Jordan Highway and was a hotbed for terrorists who managed to storm the area about 4 years ago. It’s is strategically located on the main highway between all northern Syrian cities including the capital Damascus and the… Continue reading: Thousands Escape Terrorists and Join the Syrian Arab Army | Syria News

Terrorists from the Free Syrian Army in the Eastern Ghouta enclave has shelled al-Midan residential district in the Syrian capital Damascus injuring 4 residents and causing material damage in properties and vehicles.

The shelling is a clear breach of the ‘de-escalation zones’ agreement guaranteed by Russia, Turkey, and Iran in Astana, obviously, the Turks ruled by the Muslim Brotherhood sponsoring the terrorist groups in Syria are not up to their words, as usual.

Syrian General Command of the Army and the Armed Forces has declared on 22 July 2017 a cease of hostilities in a number of areas in Eastern Ghouta, Damascus Countryside according… Continue reading: http://www.syrianews.cc/fsa-damascus-midan-terror-bomb-attack/

image-Damascus Midan - Terrorists Indiscriminate Shelling

Damascus Midan – Terrorists Indiscriminate Shelling

A French journalist who actually visited Syria and lived there for quite a while working for an NGO in different cities from Daraa in the south to Aleppo in the north describes his experience in a short informative post.

I just came back from Syria 3 months ago. I was working there with a French NGO as a communication manager. This allowed me to travel around many parts of the country, from Daraa to Aleppo.

Conditions of life:

They vary from place to place, so I will describe daily facts about some of the cities I have had the opportunity to stay in.

• Take Latakia or Tartus for example:

Even if they indirectly suffered from war (electricity and such), they didn’t experience it first hand as badly as in Aleppo or Homs. They have seaside resorts where you can swim on a white sanded beach cornered by palm trees after breakfast, and spend the rest of your day jet skying. Crazy right? (that doesn’t mean that the Syrian people have enough money to enjoy those luxuries though, of course).

image-Tartus, fishermen enjoying the last sunbeams of the day
Tartus, fishermen enjoying the last sunbeams of the day

• Aleppo:

But cities like Homs or Aleppo have heavily suffered from war. Aleppo was just liberated in December 2016. I was based there for a time, and every day I was shocked (in a good way) to see how quickly the city began it’s “usual” life again. Shops that used to be closed due to heavy bombings… Continue Reading: http://www.syrianews.cc/life-syria-french-journalist/