If Syria disappears, many civilizations will disappear with it, Lebanon will disappear with it, the culture of the generation will disappear, Syria is not just an area on a map, Syria has a past that embodies the history of mankind, a present that predicts the conscience of the world, and a future to be determined by its brave, intelligent and wonderful people.
You can’t love the sea just by standing on its beach. You must descend into the sea, float in it, be carried by its waves, swallow its saltwater, hurt your feet on its rocky bottom, see its dark depths, and when you return to the beach you will see a different sea than you saw before entering. You will no longer see the beautiful peaceful blue sea after you’ve seen its deep darkness, experienced the cruelty of its rocks and, felt its directed rage. Then you will either hate the sea or love it forever.
In this blog I will be speaking about my grandma’s illness and how it drastically affected my life and became an open door for opportunities to change and a motivation to help others.
From Andalusian history, the love story of prince Al-Mu’tamid Ibin Abbad and Etemad Al-Rumaykiah who became a princess because of a line of poetry