Posts Tagged ‘Homs’

The people and social society of Homs arranged a humanitarian aid convoy loaded with medical equipment and medicines, food and essentials and sent it to the people of Eastern Ghouta recently freed from Western-sponsored al-Qaeda affiliate terrorists.

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Nothing new nor surprising with the latest aggression by Israel against T4 Military Airport used by the Syrian Arab Army to fight ISIS, Israel is ISIS another side of the coin.

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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

NATO ‘rebels’ today remotely detonated a passenger bus in Homs.  Official reports confirm the deaths of 8, with 12 injured.  Unofficial reports state that most of those killed and wounded were university students.

Continue reading: NATO ‘Rebels’ Bomb Passenger Bus in Homs | Syria News

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/

North Faid Field and Abu Rabah 19 are the latest two additions in the overhauling of Syria’s oil and gas industry after eradicating ISIS and other US-sponsored terrorists from Homs.

A total capacity of 300,000 cubic meters gas from the 2 restored wells are now in production: 100,000 cubic meters from North Faid 9 gas well and 200,000 cubic meters from Abu Rabah 19 gas well.

Since the eradication of ISIS and other terrorist groups from… Continue reading: Two Gas Wells Entered Production Adding 300 Thousands Cubic Meters

‘Video interview with the martyr’s mother, his son SAA officer Yarub, and the SAA officer who witnessed his killing and withdrew his body included’.

Legendary defender of Deir Ezzor, General Issam Zahreddine was martyred on 18 October.  He was born in Tarba, al Sweida governate, in 1961.  This intrepid and formidable hero spent the last five years defending 120,000 Syrians from ISIS, al Nusra, and variously named terrorist savages funded by the West and its Gulfies underling savages in Deir Ezzor.  The Martyr-General was killed by a land mine (another gift from NATO to the moderate terrorists?) while scouting for the tunnel in which terrorists were hiding.

Patriot martyr Issam Zahreddine was known for leading his troops in battle against the world’s human garbage dumped into the Syrian Arab Republic; unlike US generals, he did not… Continue reading: Legendary Defender of Deir Ezzor Issam Zahreddine Steps Down | Syria News

Syrian Arab Army units discover a large chemical workshop in a liberated village, Homs eastern countryside in an ISIS’s stronghold.

Continue reading: SAA Discovers ISIS’s Chemical Workshop in Eastern Homs | Syria News

The declaring of Homs and Hama provinces ISIS Free will be soon after the Syrian Arab Army units tightened the noose on its terrorists, and destroyed their last gatherings and fortifications in more than 30 villages and towns in an area of around 1000 square kilometers.

The following video report by SANA quotes officers in the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Division operating in Homs and Hama countrysides from the battlefields… Continue reading: SAA to Declare Homs and Hama Provinces ISIS Free