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‘Homeland’s Memory’ exhibition in Citadel of Damascus

Souvenir photos, medals  and stamps of Damascus International Fair –since 1950s till 2007- plus handmade crafts are being displayed in ‘Heritage and Documentation’ Exhibition, which is being held in the Citadel of Damascus.

The three-day event, kicked off Monday under the title ‘Homeland’s Memory’, proves steadfastness of the Syrian people, who are still working despite crisis the country is going through, Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade Adeeb Mayyaleh told the official news agency (SANA).

Aleppo Artists Make Beauty Despite Pain

Presidential Media and Political Advisor Dr. Bouthaina Shaaban has stressed that the Syrian citizens' adherence to their history, civilization and identity is behind homeland's steadfastness.

On the sidelines of the opening ceremony of the exhibition held Saturday in 'Aleph Noon' gallery in Damascus under the title 'Aleppo is our destination', Shaaban told reporters that she heard from artists participating in the exhibition the secret of the steadfastness of the Syrian citizens and the city of Aleppo.

15 Artists to Take Part in ‘Aleppo Is Our Destination’ Exhibition

Around 15 visual artists from Aleppo will take part in an exhibition to be held Saturday in “Alef Noon” Gallery in Damascus under the title ‘Aleppo is Our Destination”.

The exhibition, to be held in cooperation with Ministries of Culture and Tourism, aims to remind Syrian people- who are interested in arts - of art movement in Aleppo and its role in cultural field, according to the Gallery’s Director Mr. Bade’a Jahjah.

Do You Want to Know Why Saudi Regime Is Terrorist?

If you want to know why Saudi regime is terrorist, you can read a book released by Bahrain's Pearl Center for Studies and Research last June.

The 123-page book entitled 'Saudi Regime is terrorist … Why?' contains testimonies of Arab and foreign writers and journalists that uncover Al Saud regime's involvement  in supporting and funding terrorism, disseminating Takfiri thinking and implementing western and US plots in the region.

Moscow Hosts Exhibition on Destruction Wrought by Terrorism in Aleppo

TheRussian Capital has hosted a photography exhibition on damages and destruction wrought by terrorism in Aleppo city.

The exhibition opened Tuesday in 'East Civilizations' Museum in the presence of Arab and foreign diplomats plus some Russian officials and hundreds of visitors, according to the official news agency (SANA).    

The agency reported that the exhibition includes photos taken by the Syrian artist Hagop Wanisian and it comes within the activities that document  terrorist organization's crimes in Syria over the past five years.

"My works document terrorist crimes in Syria, especially in Aleppo, my hometown… Nothing is dearer to my heart than the homeland," SANA quoted the artist as saying.