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Wounded Syrian Army Personnel defy injuries and achieve success stories

Despite all the hard circumstances and difficulties they faced in life,  the  wounded Syrian army  personnel  managed to  prove  that their  injuries can never stop them from being active in society. 

With  strong will, patience , challenge  and unlimited  determination , a group of wounded Syrian  Army  Personnel   overcame their injuries  and  agreed to launch a small project and managed to open a workshop . 

“The  idea started years ago when a group of the wounded  Syrian Army Personnel and Supported Forces  decided to carry out entertaining  activities that enhance communication between them in Banias city. Later, the idea was  developed   to establish  a team  called  “ Lamet Hob and Wafa”  ( A Gathering of Love  and Loyalty), to embody the spirit of love  and  loyalty which  united them”  the founder of the team  the wounded Ali Hormuz told SANA.

New innovations increase the production of honey in Syria

Beekeeping has a long tradition in Syria , providing employment , income and economic security for people in rural areas. It also involves very little capital investment as no complex technologies are needed.  

Sheikh Al-Kar (master of this practice)of beekeepers Abdullah Okdah  from Lattakia  has spent 35 years  in the profession of beekeeping which  he inherited from his father and developed.  He specializesin honey production and the introduction of new types through which he obtained certificates of appreciation and first ranks in the exhibitions in terms of  quality and producing royal food . 

The  beekeeper Okdah , who is  a member of the Arab Beekeepers Union,  told SANA  that he invented an “early”  “Al-Bakuriyya” model hive to protect bees from the weather factors related to high and low temperatures. It contains an insulator and 12 broods and important  in protecting bees from bad weather conditions, as it contributes to doubling production between 3 and 5 times with the speed in the honey production time.

A young Syrian Man Challenges Terrorism through Music

Music has the ability and the drive to confront terrorism, as it is the most powerful tool capable of consolidating the values of love and peace in society and it can expose terrorism, and reveal its ugly face.

The artist can paint the true face of terrorism through music, which is the language of peace and love, as music contributes directly to confronting terrorism by being an invitation to love and intimacy.

Music is a gift from God, and it has a great role in transforming negative states into positive ones.

Damascus Citadel hosts a children art exhibition

Damascus (ST):  Damascus Citadel is currently  hosting 200 artworks by a number of children from the Baath Vanguards Organization and a show of folk costumes.

In the exhibition organized by the Ba'ath Vanguards Organization under the title “Greetings of Love and Loyalty to the Heroes of the Syrian Arab Army and the Souls of the  Martyrs,” the children presented artistic works that varied between paintings, embroidery, crochet and weaving works that were carried out during training workshops in which the children of the Organization participated.

New Syrian Series Reflects Syrian Reality in Times of War

The series of “ Dyouf  Ala  Al-Hob”  ( Guests of Love)   by scriptwriter Samer Ismael embodies  the repercussions of the nine-year  war on Syria through a dramatic script which  reflects the difficulties  that affect the young generation’s   ambitions  in addition to several love stories, each of which has its own peculiarity and destiny.  

The series , which is being currently filmed, is directed by  Fahd Miri and  produced by the General Organization for Television and Radio Production with the participation of a number  of Syrian drama stars.

The scriptwriter writer Ismael said in a statement to SANA “Guests of Love”  is  an attempt to accomplish pure Syrian drama that brings us back to the distinctive Syrian television novel in the midst of the proliferation of series that focus on gangs and those that display luxurious decorations and fashions and what is so-called Pan-Arab drama.

Micro-projects in Deir Ali, in the countryside of Damascus, with the support of the Syrian Trust for Development to improving living conditions

Families living in the village of Deir Ali, 20kms south of Damascus, with the support of the Syrian Trust for Development launched micro-projects to improve their living conditions. 

The micro-projects include making local bread and pies, manufacturing detergents and shampoo at home and marketing them at affordable prices. 

Samra Khalaf Hussein, an expatriate from the governorate of Hasakah stated that the participation in work contributed to changing the conditions of many women in the village and was the way to improve the standard of living of their families. 

She added that her project to produce bread also helped provide the bread in the village.

“A Syrian Legend” records Syrian people’s steadfastness in confrontation of the global terrorist war

Sweida (ST): "A Syrian Legend"  is a documentary by writer and traveler Adnan Azzam, which was re-screened in the Culture Palace in the city of Sweida, in cooperation with the Arab Writers Union and the Culture Directorate. It  highlights the epic story that Syrians fought in confrontation of the unfair war on their homeland.

The fifty minute film sheds light  on the  terrorist war that was launched against our country and its human, social, economic and political effects. It also  presents pictures of the systematic targeting against the Syrian people with all its components, targeting state institutions and infrastructure, plundering wealth, the steadfastness of Syria and the national cohesion of its people, army and leadership in the face of the aggressive ferocious war.