Two year old Iraqi child, Khadija Uday Hamid, fled with her family from Iraq to the notorious Al Hol camp in the countryside of Hasaka. In collaboration with the UNHCR, the Syrian government provided all the necessary facilities to facilitate treatment for the little girl. Khadija was transferred to Damascus and underwent surgery for a ventricular septal defect (VSD). Surgery was successful.
During the early hours of this morning, Israel launched an attack on multiple positions across Syria – targeting Tartous, Hama and Homs countryside and reports of attacks in Damascus countryside. Initial reports indicated that Israeli aggression was prioritising the Scientific Research Facility in Mesyah, Hama countryside.
The madmen are handing over to the lunatics.
At 9.30pm on the 3rd of January, a convoy of fuel tanks and three buses came under attack on the way to Hama according to the Governor, Muhammad Tariq Kreshati. The terrorist attack led to nine martyrs, including a baby (according to some reports) and injured four civilians. The remaining passengers were treated at Al Salamiyeh hospital. The attack was carried out with machine guns.
Yesterday’s news on UK Column – we discuss vaccines, the BBC, UK FCO document leaks appertaining to Syria and Lebanon, the White Helmet leader given asylum in Germany and much more. My cat decided to join the broadcast. 🙂
The Rambo of the State Department is leaving. James Jeffreys, the outgoing Syria envoy, boasts about his achievements in a recent candid interview with Middle East Monitor which with no sense of shame opens up to public gaze the the cynicism, callousness and sheer power-crazedness of US policy on Syria, conducted as though it were a video game or a game of Monopoly.
Abd AlKader Habak was a researcher on the BBC series Mayday, produced by Chloe Hadjimatheou. While western audiences were swamped by images of him supposedly saving a child from the Rashideen massacre in April 2017, survivor testimonies that I gathered placed him prior to the planned suicide attack, chatting amicably with the armed groups led by Nusra Front or Al Qaeda in Syria.
Saudi Orient TV journalist interviews a Syrian expatriate. Orient has been a 10 year PR agency for some of the most brutal terrorist groups occupying Syrian territory, financed by the US Coalition of regime change. This brave Syrian patriot refuses to abandon his principles and love of his President – representing the views of many of the diaspora Syrian communities driven from their country by an externally fomented war.
“Vanessa Beeley joins the program to discuss the BBC’s forthcoming hit piece on journalists like herself who dare call out the White Helmets as a foreign-founded, foreign-funded, terrorist-embedded propaganda construct. We discuss Beeley’s reporting on Syria that clearly gives the lie to the White Helmets’ humanitarian cover and the clear signs that the BBC is set to launch a new smear campaign against independent journalists.”