"The White Tiger"… A translated Indian novel, new publication by the Book Authority

The history of human civilization began with writing that has reached us through the ages . The novel  was a form of writing that, in turn, enabled us to see an image  of ancient and modern societies and to transfer us through  time, so that we live with people in those times,  learn from them and about them,  how they were and how they built the civilizations that we are experiencing now.

The novel, " White Tiger" by Indian author Aravind Adega depicts the contemporary reality of India, that vast country with over a billion multi-cultural population who live within a great natural geographic and demographic diversity.

The White Tiger, is the nickname of the protagonist who grew up in a very poor family, but his irresistible desire to collect money and   power led him to pursue all legal and illegal ways to achieve this goal, depending on his mastery of contracting and its secrets , as it is stated in the novel that the Indians are good at contracting, while the Chinese are more adept at the field of technology.

“Creator, Creation and American Wars against Arabs and Muslims in the 21st Century" a new book by a wounded retired Syrian officer

 Brigadier General Hashem Hammad Jdid reviewed in his recently published book “Creator, Creation and the American Wars against Arabs and Muslims in the 21st Century" the   wars, colonization and conflicts which targeted the Arab and Islamic nations over a period of about three hundred years.

The 600-page book pointed to the negative effects of these wars and conflicts on national and Arab thought reaching   the terrorism of the current era  ,which aims at  killing and destruction .

During the signing ceremony of the book  at Tartous governorate building , the writer Jdid  told reporters  “ the preparation of the book began in 1985 and were completed this year.  The book  is an important publication now in redirecting  regional and national awareness of  the new generation which has been subjected to  a lot  of colonial wars and repeated crises." 

(Breaking news) .. A novel by Nidal Al-Saleh narrates the story of the terrorist war on Syria

The new novel (breaking news), by the writer Dr. Nidal Al-Saleh, deals with the unfair war against Syria, especially the terrorism that Aleppo has been subjected to, which destroyed two thirds of the ancient historical city. 

The novel narrates, through the story of two young men, an engineer and a university professor, who were brought together in a military unit to remove mines, the history of the war against Syria, especially what happened to the city of Aleppo because of terrorism, where terrorist organizations have wreaked death, theft and vandalism in the eastern half of the city, and the western half suffered from the shells of their hatred, so people lost the reassurance in addition to their hectic efforts to prevent food and water from reaching to the people of Aleppo.

A New Book Marks the Centenary of Maysaloon Battle

Wathiqat  Wattan  Organization in cooperation with  “Dar New Dalmoun”  for  publication and distribution  recently issued   a new book under the title “The Centenary of  Maysaloon  battle in commemoration of  the Hero Martyr Yusef al-Azma"  marking the battle’s  centenary  . 

The 258-page  book, whose introduction was written by Dr. Bouthaina Shaaban, Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees of  Wathiqat  Wattan  Organization , includes information and  documents before  Maysaloon battle and during it. 

Four new texts by play writer Abdel-Fattah Qalaa'ji issued by the Arab Theater Authority

Syrian theater writer Abdel-Fattah Qalaa'ji is considered one of the most outstanding contemporary theater writers in Syria and the Arab world. In more than half a century, he has written more than 76 theatrical texts, issued nearly forty books, and more than 25 theatrical performances by him , were  displayed inside and outside the country.

In honor of his active and busy career, the Sharjah-based Arab Theater Authority issued four texts written by Qalaa'ji during the years of the terrorist war that affected Aleppo as well as the rest of the Syrian cities depicting the criminality and aggression that the city  was exposed to.