Afamiyah city and its civilization that dates back to before the birth of Christ
The British princess who left her palace to live in the Syrian desert. The British lady who left her palace and moved to live a love story in the Syrian desert.
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Kids enjoy candy, the sunset comes, and the couple’s hearts converge.
Harvest day is an icon of the Syrian countryside summers where people get to know each other and share nature’s bounty along caring, peace, and love.
The city of Damascus is famous for its unique type of fabric, called brocade, which Damascus was famous for three thousand years ago. It takes ten hours to make one meter of damask because of the delicate, complex patterns and attention to detail. Brocade is an...
I came out with 5 major takeaways from our meeting with Ms. Joumana Aljabri’s webinar In Harmony with the Moment: The words we say define us. Key words do not always mean the same thing. To say: “I am a refugee” is different from saying “I am in a refugee situation”....
Every now and then, we receive an unexpected surprise that overwhelms us with gratitude. This one came from Ross Weiner and Qatalyst Partners in the form of a generous donation!
Syrian expats have been devastated by the misery that continues to befall their compatriots. I searched for organizations that were credible and have enough integrity to be trusted with providing help on the ground
An artist from Kafranbel, Idlib donated a beautiful mosaic wall art in honor of Ammar Al-Shami, 100% of the sale price will fund one of our students.