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"2015, Armenian Genocide 100th Anniversary", New Book Documenting Turkish Atrocities against Armenians

DAMASCUS, (ST)- "2015, Armenian Genocide 100th Anniversary", a recently-published  book by Syrian writer Sameer Arbash, documents the horrible massacres committed by the Ottomans against the Armenians in 1915, SANA reported.

The book signing ceremony was held yesterday at the Armenian Patriarchate in Bab Sharqi area in Damascus in the presence of the Armenian Ambassador to Syria and the Patriarch of the Armenians.

Famous Actor Tayseer al-Saedi died at 97 years old

DAMASCUS, (ST) - Tayseer al-Saedi was born in Damascus, 1917, started his career with the art since he was a student in 1930, and got a diploma from Institute of art in Cairo 1947.

He had prepared and headed his Syrian group for art and music when he came back to Syria.

An Appeal for peace

Under the patronage of the youth Revolution Union (YRU) al-Sweida governorate has witnessed recently at its Education Theater a special play under the title of Peace .

The play which was performed in English language came within the students ' desire to launch a scream for adopting love ,tolerance and forgiveness in the face of foreign bids that aimed at destroying our country .

The play embodied  a conflict  a against the forces of evil which worked hardly to destroy the children 's world where  the participant  children in the play  exerted all-out efforts  regarding protecting their world and principles in the face of evil.

Haikal: Syrian Arab Army Is the Biggest Army Currently Fighting Terrorists of ISIL

CAIRO- Renowned Egyptian thinker and journalist Mohammad Hasanein Haikal has affirmed that the biggest army currently fighting the terrorist organization called the “Islamic State in Iraq and Levant (ISIL) is the Syrian Arab Army, yet this army is not part of the alleged American anti-terrorism alliance.

In a TV statement broadcast by the Egypt Today website, Hailkal stressed that ISIL is a US-Turkish and Arab production.

“I Will Live on” Short Documentary Depicting Syrian School Children’s Determination to Challenge Terrorism

DAMASCUS, (ST)-The Syrian-American Forum (SAF) has produced a short documentary titled “I Will Live on” to depict the strong determination of Syria’s children to challenge terrorist attacks and keep on living.

The five-minute film documents a terrorist mortar attack by armed groups against a school in Syria. Actors in the film, two children, a father and a teacher, are real characters telling the details of the event and the psychological repercussions of this incident on the children.