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نتائج الامتحانات الرسمية 2015
Ahrar al-Sham takes battle against IS to YouTube
Zarif hopes nuke deal will help solve regional issues
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif walks into Lebanon's political lounges appearing more like a superstar than a diplomat. His stardom is derived from his success in the nuclear deal following tough negotiations in which he faced the most powerful negotiators from the US, Russia, Britain, Germany, France, the European Union and the United Nations. The arduous negotiation round ended with the triumph of Iran, who
Saif Omar al Farra
Life in Bloudan goes on, despite nearby fighting
The road crossing the Zabadani plain on the way to Bloudan is not a typical one. To the left, the biggest battle in Rif Dimashq rages on. And as the sound of gunshots echoes in the air between the surrounding mountains, the buses operating between Damascus and Bloudan make their way hastily up the high hill to reach the village square.
Although the Syrian army was able to secure the left side of the road, which overlooks
Syria's ever-shifting battle lines
Battles in the Hama countryside, adjacent to Idlib in the Ghab region, all the way to the west countryside of Idlib, are flaring up and branching out. Moreover, breakthroughs in terms of advancement of the Syrian army, on the one hand, and Jaish al-Fatah led by Jabhat al-Nusra, on the other, are becoming more frequent. Therefore, determining the features of the prevailing map has become an imprecise science, as control locations change
What it takes to join the Islamic State
Shouting “Allahu Akbar” (“God is Great”) is not the only requirement a mujahid (fighter) has to fulfill to be inducted into the Islamic State (IS). He is subjected to a systematic intellectual information based on books, publications and fatwas, accompanied by military training — including physical training and training on the use of different types of weapons. Subsequent to this and an assessment stage, the
Abdullah Suleiman Ali
Will Syrian rebels announce emirate in Daraa?
Jaish al-Fatah in the Southern Region, an alliance of rebel groups dominated by Jabhat al-Nusra, announced an all-out war on the Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade. The latter is accused of being affiliated with the Islamic State (IS) for having taken a series of actions considered a prelude to the declaration of an emirate in its stronghold in al-Shajarah town in the west countryside of Daraa.
In the meantime, reactions to the political articles of
Politics keep Lebanon from taking out the trash
It is true that the Lebanese Cabinet on July 30 discussed the issue of garbage, but the debate turned out to be mere statements and declarations of ideas and intentions instead of dealing with the nexus of the crisis and reaching solutions. Any solution in this regard ought to be based on declaring a state of emergency and forming a crisis management group to opt for the least harmful choices, until the previous Cabinet’s
The buzz about Lebanon's beekeepers
The elderly and young people from different regions all share a common interest: beekeeping.
One generation after the other is trying to preserve this inherited legacy. Despite difficulties that outweigh the capacities of Lebanese beekeepers, the latest generation has managed to maintain the profession, which can almost be described as a craft or hobby by some.
The Lebanese University held a conference July 22 for beekeepers to focus
Will Lebanon solve its trash crisis?
Despite the political calls that Prime Minister Tammam Salam and Environment Minister Mohammad Machnouk made to find a quick solution to the trash crisis in the streets, solutions are still in their early stages. On Sunday [July 26], a new sign that showed the failure of traditional ways to find solutions appeared. Influential political forces were unable to convince their public bases of what they had agreed on.
Under the current urgent
Abdullah Suleiman Ali
Internal divisions lead to 'hemorrhaging' of Jabhat al-Nusra leaders
The dismissal of leaders within Jabhat al-Nusra continues. The latest chapter of this saga is the decision to dismiss one of its first seven founders, Abu Mohammed Saleh al-Hamwi. According to leaks supported by earlier data, the decision also included Iraqi national Abu Maria al-Qahtani, one of Jabhat al-Nusra’s most prominent media officials. Moreover, a few months ago, news published by As-Safir about the defection
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