The head of Hama Pharmacists Syndicate has revealed that there has been a rise in the demand on sedatives and anti-depressants in pharmacies around the governorate; this goes back to the big increase of depression cases all over the country.
An old man got fed up with the tyrant Pharaoh, so he went to him saying “who do you think you are?! Who assigned you as a Pharaoh?”
The Pharaoh answered: “No one stopped me from becoming a Pharaoh!” Read more
Two myths pervade the NATO-aligned accounts of the Syrian conflict with greater persistence than all others. First is the “peaceful uprising” suppressed by “violent and brutal government security forces, armed to the teeth,” and the second is the 2013 Ghouta chemical attacks.
With the common occurrence of war rape, honor killing incidents have become more common in Syria during the past 6 years. Victims of rape are considered as a stigma to their families and communities and deserve killing. With the chaos and turmoil in the country, it is nearly impossible to get reliable figures and statistics of victims of rape or honor killings.
Since 2011, Syrian economy has lost over $255 billion (triple the GDP in 2010) with an estimation of 85.2% as general poverty rate, while 35% of the population is now below food poverty threshold. Read more