A delegation from the Ministry of Culture and Family Affairs in the Syrian interim government presented the Turkish people with a certificate of appreciation in honor of all they have done to help the Syrian people. Rifa’at Amer, director of planning and programs at the Ministry of Culture, presented the certificate to Faisal Yilmaz, custodian of the Syrians in Turkey. (Source: Syrian Coalition)
The road linking the province of Homs and Hama is one of the main roads controlled by the Assad regime in central Syria and is considered a lifeline for the residents. It is also one of the most dangerous roads as it runs through an assortment of rebellious and loyalist villages, especially near the village of Musharfeh west of Homs, where many people were kidnapped. , Um Samer, a woman…
The Syrian interim government decries criticism of its work saying that "some people went beyond criticizing to indulging in slander and making accusations." The government said in a letter to the Media Office that criticism of our work has recently escalated on social networks on the internet, some of which is constructive, while other turned to slander and accusations against the interim government. We have developed plans and programs to…
Syrian activists in the city of Raqqa launched a media campaign dubbed “Raqqa is Silently Slain” to highlight the abuses practiced by ISIS against the population of the city. Abu Ibrahim Raqqawi, one of the organizers of the campaign, said “that it aims to expose the crimes and abuses committed by ISIS militiamen who are controlling the city, and the extent of its relationship with the Assad regime. The campaign…
Sunday, 20 April 2014 11:01

Syrian Novelists Expose Assad's Crimes

The Syrian novelist Fakhr Addin Fayyad won the first prize of the Association of Syrian writers for his novel ‘Ramsh Eil’ in an honoring ceremony in Antakya, Turkey. However, the Association refrained from publishing the novel “for security reasons.” Fayyad and the novelists Ghassan al-Jibaa’i and Sawsan Jamil Hassan, who won the second and third prizes were not able to attend the ceremony “for security reasons” as well. Taghreed Al…
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