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American Arrogance, between the Rhetoric and the Behavior

During the last four months, since the new administration took office, the US rhetoric has been characterized by an escalation in most major affairs in the international framework, especially those related to the conflict with Russia and China, whether through NATO or the many European files, including Ukraine and the gas pipeline dossiers, and others. This rhetoric is in essence a continuation of the US rhetoric during the Trump era, though some details might differ.

The Palestinian Lesson

Among the many lessons that can be learned from the current Palestinian uprising, it is imperative to consider the following:

Press Release – Meeting between People’s Will Party and Syrian Democratic Council

In continuation of the joint work between the Syrian Democratic Council and the People’s Will Party, which witnessed an important step on August 31st of last year, with the signing of a memorandum of understanding between the two side, two leadership delegations from the sides headed by Dr. Kadri Jamil and Ilham Ahmed, met on the evening of Tuesday, May 11:

The Palestinian Hits, and the Traitors Feel Exposed

There is no argument that the Palestinian people’s struggle has always been a beacon for all those walking on the paths of freedom and fighting injustice in its local and global dimensions. This struggle is a source of strength and pride for anyone who stands in the face of injustice in any part of the world.

2254 Ends When It Is Fully Implemented

Comments, opinions, and even statements are coming in lately from parties that are contradictory on their face within the “loyalist / opposition” duality, and these comments, opinions, and statements openly intersect and serve each other in the way they consider that the upcoming presidential elections will end UNSC Resolution 2254. They achieve this through either the unfounded claim that these elections will represent implementation of the resolution, or through another allegation that has the same political goal in the end, even if it was disguised with phony words and expressions. The “opposition” claim considers that holding these elections means killing the political solution and Resolution 2254, which implies that the search for a solution should follow a path other than that of the UN Security Council resolution.

Which Democracy Does Syria Need Today?

Clashes resumed this afternoon in Qamishli after a short truce brokered by Russia. It is not clear how long these clashes will extend. This is despite the efforts made by the residents of the area and the Russian side, to try to stop the clashes immediately.

Towards a Fulfilling Independence

The 75th anniversary of the evacuation of the last French colonizer’s troops from the Syrian territories comes at a time when the country is going through a very difficult and catastrophic situation on various levels.

On the Anniversary of Evacuation Day, the Great Independence Awaits its Patriotic Fighters

The Syrian people, from the dark depths of the crisis, with their hearts exhausted by the pains and wounds of the catastrophic reality in which they and their beloved country are living, look to the memory of the great Evacuation, with hearts full of great hope and unyielding will inspired by the patience, courage, asceticism, and wisdom of the early fathers whose circumstances were no less difficult or cruel: Yusef al-Azma, Sultan Pasha al-Atrash, Saleh al-Ali, Abd al-Rahman al-Shahbandar, Muhammad al-Ashmar, Ibrahim Hananu, Hassan al-Kharrat, Ramadan Pasha Shalash, and Fawzi al-Qawuqji.

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