Syrian community in Germany organizes a solidarity meeting with the Syrian Arab Army

 On March1, the Syrian community in Germany organized a solidarity meeting with the Syrian Arab army who is fighting the most honorable battles in the war on terror until the liberation of the last inch of Syrian land.

A number of representatives of organizations stressed the importance of the victories achieved by the Syrian Arab Army in the face of terrorism and defending the right of the Syrians to live in their homeland in peace, security and sovereignty.

In turn, the Chargé d'Affairs at the Syrian Embassy Dr. Bashar Al-Asad drew attention to the solidarity of the Syrian community in Germany and its standing with the Syrian Arab Army in its war against terrorism.

Syrian students abroad can play key role in Syria’s reconstruction process: NUSS Chairman

PRAGUE, (ST)- Chairman of the National Union of Syrian Students (NUSS) Ammar Sa’ati highlighted the important role that can played by the Syrian students abroad in reconstructing what terrorism has destroyed in Syria.

Sa’ati’s remarks came during a meeting with the Syrian students in the Czech capital Prague held within the framework of the current preparations for holding the 15th conference of NUSS scheduled to be held in March to discuss key students issues.

The NUSS’s chairman talked about the victories achieved by the Syrian army over terrorism in Aleppo, saying that these gains carry political, military and economic meanings that smashed the dreams of the Turkish regime which continues to support terrorists in the north of Syria.

Aleppo victory achieved thanks to the determination of the Syrian state and people

Hussein Dawood, Syrian expatriate in Sweden and Founding member of the Syrian Cultural Center in Sweden, told Syria Times newspaper that the strategic victories achieved by the Syrian Arab Army in Aleppo and Idleb have foiled the difficult chapter of the conspiracy hatched against Syria. 

 Syrian Arab Army units last Friday completed the process of securing Aleppo-Damascus International Highway after liberating the areas in the vicinity of the highway and driving terrorist groups out of them.

This achievement coincided with the liberation of hundreds of areas on the both sides of the aforementioned road, as well as areas in the Aleppo countryside.

"Now, Aleppo is secured from terrorist attack and the people feel safe," Dawood added, affirming that the victory of Aleppo was achieved thanks to the determination of the Syrian state and people. 

He indicated that the efforts will be continued in all fields to liberate every occupied area in Syria.

Hussein Dawood expressed appreciation for the sacrifices of the Syrian people and their brave army for liberating the entirety of Aleppo city and its suburbs after years of steadfastness in the face of foreign-backed terrorism.

Syrian expatriates visit the headquarters of a number of missions to the United Nations in New York

New York, ST- A group of Syrian expatriates in the United States and Canada visited the permanent missions of Russia, China, Iran, the Niger, and the St. Vincent Republic, in the United Nations in New York.

The  Syrian expatriates called on an  end to the occupation forces' presence in parts of the Syrian territories , and to lift the unilateral economic coercive measures imposed on Syrian people, in addition to facilitating  the return of the displaced  as a result of terrorism. They also stressed the need  not to politicize the issue of humanitarian aid.

Suhail Najjar .. The Miracle Syrian Doctor

Dr. Suhail Najjar was born in Damascus, obtained his medical degree from Damascus Medicine University, and completed researches in pathology and neurology at Albany (NY) Medical College in 1983.

He is one of the first experts in the field of treating encephalitis and the first doctor in the history of New York University to determine the mechanism of the interaction between the immune system and the central nervous system.

He gained international fame because of his success in treating the most difficult case that American doctors faced, as he was able to diagnose a medical condition for a journalist working in the American New York Post called (Susanna Callahan) after doctors were unable to know the reasons for the sudden deterioration of her health.

She notes that her case was examined by a large group of doctors who could not diagnose her neurological condition (Hysterical crying and feeling of numbness on the left side of her body) which was deteriorating. This then progressed to hallucinations and a feeling of being surrounded by bedbugs.