Indonesian Diplomat to ST: Situation in Syria Getting Better After Syrian Army Liberated Wide Areas from Terrorism

The ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia in Damascus Djoko Harjanto has said that his country, which experienced the agony of terrorism, has supported Syria in its war against terrorism over the past seven years and it will take part in rebuilding infrastructures in the country.

In an interview with the Syriatimes e-newspaper, the Indonesian diplomat, who has been in Damascus over the past four years, gave details about how his country supported Syria and how he himself played a key role in explaining the reality of events in Syria before the public opinion in Indonesia.

Cultural Activities in Syria a Message of Peace and Love From Cradle of Civilization to the World

Culture activities in Syria aim to send a message of peace and love from Syria, the cradle of culture and civilization, to the entire world and to stress the intellectual and artistic steadfastness of the Syrians, Deputy Minister of Culture Tawfik Al-Imam told the Syriatimes e-newspaper on the sidelines of the "Childhood and Innovation" festivity held last Thursday at Dar-Al-Assad for Culture in Lattakia province.

The cultural event, held by the Ministry of Culture's Child Culture Directorate, aimed to honor the winner children from Lattakia who had participated in the ministry's annual artistic and cultural competitions. Participants in the competitions were children aged 5-17 years representing all the Syrian provinces.

Among honored winners from Lattakia province were children of martyrs as well as some children with special needs.

Despite all the hard circumstances caused by the terrorist war imposed on Syria, the takfiri terrorists couldn’t extinguish the candle of culture in the country, said Mr. al-Imam.

Terrorism Surely to be Eliminated!


Returning to their homes after the  escape of their  terrorists, the people of al-Ghouta confirm the message of the Syrian Arab Army to eliminate terrorism and help  displaced people return  to their villages and cities

Syrian Opinion - 19/03/2018

 In a message about the reality of the conflict in Syria, the people of al-Ghouta, after their displacement from their villages and cities and their return to them under the auspices of the Syrian Arab Army, said that the army units secured their exit from the terrorists' control and, later, return to their homes and provided them with all possible medical aid. This action, which was carried out under the guidance of the President, dropped all propaganda and fabrication campaigns that claim that the army aims to empty the Ghouta of its inhabitants and housing them with other residents.

Dr. Marcus Papadopoulos to ST: Liberation of Eastern Ghouta Will Destroy US, UK Aspirations of Conquering Damascus

The liberation of East Ghouta from the Wahhabist terrorist organizations by Syrian army will destroy the aspirations of Washington and London of conquering Damascus and it will be an act of deliverance for the people of both East Ghouta and Damascus, according to Dr. Marcus Papadopoulos, British publisher and editor of Politics First, who asserted that every advance that the Syrian army makes, weakens the Wahhabist terrorist threat to UK national security.

In an interview with the Syriatimes e-newspaper, Dr. Papadopoulos made it clear that the American and British governments are falsely portraying the liberation of East Ghouta as the Syrian Government "slaughtering its own civilians" because Washington and London know that their aspirations of conquering Damascus, through the use of Wahhabist terrorist groups, are soon to be destroyed by the men and women of the Syrian army.

German MP Christian Blex to ST: Our Trip to Syria Caused Quite a Stir in German Media

German politician, Dr. Christian Blex, who recently led a parliamentary delegation to Syria, has underscored that reactions to Syria events on social media show that many people in Germany no longer believe in their country’s state-owned media reports about Syria.

He told the Syriatimes e-newspaper that the media reports in Germany are one-sided about the situation in Syria and they are unilaterally based on unverified information from the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).