Another visitor to our wonderland…
An amazing American woman whose search for the truth lead her to decide go to Syria, without knowing what might await her there, she bravely made the decision to come to Syria in April 2016 for the first time, and from that time on she repeatedly visited.
Janice Kortkamp, an American citizen who never trusted narrative of mainstream media in the United States and around the world, and took the responsibility to do her best deliver the truth to people in her country. Read more
A group of Brazilian artists among of which are Danilo Ricardo Silva, Rimon Dos Santos Guimaraes, and Sheila Zago did a mural on the wall of a school in Damascus. Read more
A hashtag has gone viral on Twitter and Facebook among Saudi users against Syrians in Saudi Arabia. Read more
Deputy Spokesperson of the U.S. Department of State, Mark Toner, during a regular briefing on April 25 said that the U.S. expresses serious concern over Turkey’s aggression in Syria and Iraq. Read more
Al-Hasaka governorate has always been of a special character due to its demographic diversity; Arabs, Kurds, Assyrians, Armenians, Yazidis, Christians, Muslims, and other ethnic and religious groups that have long lived there creating a unique fabric where cultural heritage overlaps in a beautiful way.
Today the governorate is in a different situation where every group fears for itself, the Syrian north is divided like never before. Kurdish administration has laid its shadows on ethnic groups, particularly Arabs, and even on Kurds themselves. Immigration is on the rise among most groups, especially Assyrians, the original inhabitants of that land.