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Syrian opposition movements in a state of confusion following failure

  The last two weeks witnessed million-man marches in Damascus, Aleppo, Hasaka and Latakia. The participants raised slogans in support of President Al-Assad and his reformatory program and focused on the rejection of foreign intervention regardless of its source.

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Syria is not Libya

  Lavrov: The Syrians only should decide their country’s future through dialogue ABU DHABI- Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Tuesday said the approach which the government and the opposition in Syria should find needed for dealing with the crisis is … Continue reading

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Syrian Revolution in Deir Ezzor (Video)

  DEIR EZZOR- Huge masses flocked on Tuesday to Sabaa Bahrat Square in Deir Ezzor, 432 km from Damascus, to voice support to Syria’s independent national decision and the comprehensive reform program led by President Bashar al-Assad. Participants in the rally … Continue reading

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Damascus : Syria’s Family Tree Festival – We Syrians

Two million citizens participate in Syria’s Family Tree Festival, stress adherence to national unity DAMASCUS– Around two million Syrian citizens on Wednesday gathered in the Umayyad Square, Damascus downtown, to participate in Syria’s Family Tree Festival under the slogan “Long Live … Continue reading

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What is happening in the real Syria?

  The Syrian national state is continuing to pursue and dismantle the armed gangs and militias affiliated with the Syrian opposition movements and especially the Istanbul transitional council which announced once again its rejection of dialogue after its wagers on … Continue reading

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Bernard-Henri Lévy in the Eyes of Arab Commentators

Bernard-Henri Levy stuck his nose into the business of the Arab Spring from the outset. The French philosopher with Zionist leanings made an appearance in Tahrir Square, visited Benghazi to support the rebels, and organized a conference in support of … Continue reading

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