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'Souria Btjmana' Association and SIIB honor martyrs' mothers

On the occasion of Mother's Day, the National Social Association "Souria Btjmana " [Syria brings us together] in cooperation with the Syria International Islamic Bank (SIIB) held Wednesday a celebration to honor many martyrs' mothers in the al-Assad Library in Damascus.

The celebration, held under the title "Syria is the mother of martyrs", included showing a film on the greatness of the Syrian mother through history and her steadfastness during the terror war on Syria.

Chairman of the Board of Directors of "Souria Btjjmana " Rami al-Halabi said: " Mothers and wives of martyrs were and still paving the way for Syria's victory through their martyrs, who defended their homeland ."

Charity association opens exhibition featuring handmade works by PWSP

On the occasion of Teacher’s Day and Mother’s Day, the charity 'al-Raja'a' Association for the People with Special Needs (PWSN) opened Monday an exhibition featuring handmade works produced by the students of the association in Damascus.

The exhibition shows the skills of the people with special needs and it might lead to find jobopport unities for them in the future, Minister of Social Affairs Rema Qadri said after the opening ceremony of the exhibition.

Art exhibition '1' opened in Damascus Opera House

Exhibition "1", an art show featuring 23 works by the young artist Caro Saferian, was opened Sunday at the Damascus Opera House.

The paintings focused on poverty, injustice and the effect of war on society, particularly oppression of woman.

Armenia's Ambassador in Damascus Arshak Poladian said during the opening ceremony of the weeklong exhibition that the activities being held by the Syrian youths reflect the reality through art.

Syrian 'Yasmin' film takes part in Tetouan Cinema Festival's competition

The Syrian 'Yasmin' film directed by al-Mohannad Kalthoum will compete 20 films from 14 Arab and European countries in the Tetouan International Mediterranean Cinema Festival to be started on March 26th.

The festival seeks this year to select films that shed light on the tragic and complicated situation in the Mediterranean countries because the cinema can help confront these tragedies through enhancing communication and co-existence.

'Salute to Syrian cinema' Festival kicks off

The activities of the 'Salute to Syrian Cinema' Festival kicked off Wednesday in Hasaka city, according to the official news agency (SANA).

The agency quoted Director of Hasaka cultural Center Mohammad al-Flaj as saying that 'Mariam' film directed by Basil al-Khatibwas screened in the first day of the festival, which will screen films produced by the national cinema organization in Syria.