Archive | March 21st, 2018

Information Overload? Don’t Tune Out… Get Informed!


In today’s news: War… Poverty… Crimes against humanity… 

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Iraq and the “Gulf War”: Remembering the 1991 Al-Amiriyah Bombing by the US Air Force


An Interview with Felicity Arbuthnot

Listen to the interview with Felicity Arbuthnot on the 1991 bombing of Al-Amiriyah shelter in Iraq by the US Air Force.

According to Arbuthnot, the nuclear shelter was built during the Iran-Iraq War by a Finnish company which allegedly shared the map and the design with the United States who later on bombed the shelter through its only vulnerable place which was the ventilation shaft. 

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Senate Rejects Ending US Support for Saudi Aggression in Yemen



Bush/Cheney began terror-bombing Yemen post-9/11, waging drone warfare – on the phony pretext of combating al-Qaeda Washington created and supports.

In cahoots with Riyadh, Obama escalated what they began, further escalated by Trump allied with Saudi aggression.

Already the region’s poorest country, years of war caused the world’s severest humanitarian crisis, over 80% of Yemenis dependent on way inadequate amounts of aid to survive.

US-backed Saudi air, sea and land blockades prevent enough essentials to life from entering the country.

Countless numbers of Yemenis perished from war, related violence, untreated diseases, malnutrition and starvation.

Official UN figures way understate the toll from years of war, blockade and deprivation – perhaps hundreds of thousands of Yemenis perishing needlessly post-9/11, notably since March 2015.

According to separate UNICEF figures, at least one Yemeni child under age five dies every 10 minutes from starvation alone.

Famine stalks the country, along with endless aggression – genocide against its people neither the Trump administration or Congress is willing to address.

On Tuesday, Senate members rejected a resolution to end US military support for Saudi Arabia in Yemen – voting 55 – 44 against it.

The vote came while Saudi crown prince Mohammad bin Salman (MBS) was in Washington meeting with Trump.

During a White House photo-op, Trump boasted about billions of dollars in US weapons sales to the kingdom – ignoring their use for aggression, supporting terrorism and domestic repression.

Crown prince/defense minister MBS orchestrated Saudi aggression on Yemen, supported by Washington, Britain and other nations.

Ahead of Tuesday’s Senate vote, Defense Secretary Mattis wrote GOP Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, turning truth on its head saying:

“(R)estrictions (on) US military support (to Riyadh) could increase civilian casualties, jeopardize cooperation with our partners on counterterrorism and reduce our influence with the Saudis – all of which would further exacerbate the situation and humanitarian crisis.”

MBS is a despotic future Saudi king, a rogue actor, a war criminal – disgracefully invited to Washington, other Western capitals, Wall Street, Hollywood, Silicon Valley, Big Oil in Houston, other US corporate headquarters, along with events at Harvard and MIT.

It’s part of his three-week US charm offensive, aiming to improve the image of the Arab world’s most ruthless regime, along with seeking US investments to diversify Riyadh’s economy.

It’s MBS’ so-called Vision 2030, seeking economic modernization, including industrial development and tourism.

The kingdom enlisted Western PR firms and other image-makers to present him as a new breed of future Saudi leader – a similar strategy used during a three-day visit to Britain, meetings arranged with political, military and business officials.

MBS’ March 18 appearance on CBS News’ 60 Minutes preceded the start of his US tour, beginning in Washington with Trump and other administration officials.

He’s no reformer. He’s like his father King Salman and others earlier throughout the kingdom’s sordid history.

Trump strongly supports its regime, ignoring its despotic agenda, Riyadh his first foreign trip destination after taking office, lucrative trade agreements signed during his visit, especially US weapons sales.

Arms and security project director at the Center for International Policy William Hartung said MBS’ policy agenda is polar opposite the “public relations version of who he is and what he’s trying to do,” adding:

During his US visit, “the question is how critical will the media be? Will Yemen be an afterthought, or will it be front and center in the conversation?”

So far, it’s very much the former, not the latter.

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‘That’s Peanuts For You’: Trump Showcases Weapons US Sold to Yemen-bombing ‘Video’


‘That’s Peanuts For You’: Trump Showcases Weapons US Sold to Yemen-bombing Saudi Prince ‘Video’

US President Donald Trump brought several pictures of American weapons to a meeting with visiting Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman of Saudi Arabia. He boasted of multibillion-dollar sales of arms to the kingdom.

Showing a sign to journalists at the meeting that read “12.5 billion in finalized sales to Saudi Arabia,” Trump boasted about all the money that US defense contractors would be getting for their products.

“Three billion dollars, 533… million dollars, 525… million dollars,” Trump said as he pointed at the pictures. Then he turned to the crown prince and added: “That’s peanuts for you!” The Saudi de facto ruler burst in laughter.

Trump criticized his predecessor, Barack Obama, for the poor state of relations between the US and Saudi Arabia under his tenure. He noted the economic impact of such policies on jobs and sales in America.

US weapons and other forms of military assistance allow Saudi Arabia to exercise hard power in the Middle East, including its intervention in neighboring Yemen. The four-year campaign, of which Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is a strong proponent, has resulted in over 10,000 civilian deaths in the poorest Arab nation. It has also created one of the biggest humanitarian disasters of the decade.

As Trump treated the Saudi dignitary to pictures of America’s best tools of destruction, US lawmakers voted by 55 to 44 to table a proposed law, which would end the nation’s contribution to the Yemeni war.

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America Is Losing Its Economy


From John Williams proprietary report:

“Subject to Likely Downside Annual Benchmark Revisions this Coming Friday, February Industrial Production Jumped by 1.1% (0.9% Net of Revisions), Reflecting  improbable Strength in Manufacturing and Mining. 

“Despite this perhaps premature report of industrial production gains, Given a Record 122 Months of Non-Expansion, Manufacturing Still Holds Shy of Its Pre-Recession Peak by 3.7% (-3.7%). [That peak was a decade ago!]

“Manufacturing Gains Likely Reflected Some Inventory Rebuilding Against Weakening Sales, As Disaster-Recovery Bloat Passes from the System.

“Continuing in Nonsensical Monthly Booms and Busts, February Housing Starts Activity Fell by 7.0% (-7.0%), Still Shy by 45.6% (-45.6%) of Recovering Its Pre-Recession Peak.

“First-Quarter 2018 GDP Outlook Continued to Weaken.

“Nonetheless, the FOMC Appears Set for a Rate Hike on Wednesday.”

Underlying Economic Reality/Conditions: Discussed frequently here, what has happened with underlying economic reality is that broad activity had continued to stagnate and to falter anew, before the multiple natural disasters began to hit in late-August 2017, with Hurricane Harvey. The ensuing natural-disaster recovery boosted fourth-quarter economic activity, in areas ranging from retail sales and industrial production to construction spending and housing starts. That background largely was ignored by the hyper-bulls in the financial markets, who touted the rapidly expanding economy. That concept also received massive popular coverage in the headline media.

“Consumer Confidence and Sentiment are booming at multi-year highs, as discussed in the Consumer Liquidity Watch (page 37). The details reflect little more than the tone of the popular press, given how those measures of relative consumer optimism are surveyed. Such was established decades ago by the late Albert Sindlinger, an original consumer pollster, and Dr. David Fan of the University of Minnesota. Restricted consumer liquidity circumstances continue to impair and to constrain broad economic activity.”

John Williams of has a long-term tradition of trying to hold US government data reporting agencies and financial presstiutes accountable, but as in every aspect of US reporting fantasies prevail over reality.

For example, according to the Federal Reserve and the presstitute financial press, US inflation is less than 2 percent. Here is the Chapwood index, based on actually going out and purchasing items in the inflation basket: see this.

As for the great consumer economy we hear about, here are the IRS statistics of the distribution of wage earners by level of net compensation: see this.

50 percent of wage earners had net compensation less than $30,534 in 2016. The rich are a tiny percent of the population and cannot sustain a consumer economy.

I remember reading many decades ago that in Texas a person was not considered rich unless they were worth at least $50 million dollars. Today you can’t be on the Forbes 400 unless you are a multi-billionaire. In such a system, ordinary people have no voice or influence.  One billionaire can purchase most of the government.  The billions of dollars that the US taxpayers give to Israel each and every year purchases the rest of the government. The military/security complex, the energy, mining, and timber industries, the pharmaceuticals, agri-business, Wall Street, the big banks and all the rest make American democracy a hoax.

As for the full employment claimed by US government reporting agencies, how does full employment coexist with this reported fact from the Dallas Morning News.

Toyota Motor Company advertised the availability of 1,000 new jobs associated with moving its North American headquarters from southern California to Texas and received 100,000 applications. Where did these applications come from when the US has “full employment?”

Clearly, the US does not have full employment. The US has an extremely low rate of labor force participation, because there are no jobs to be had, and discouraged workers who cannot find jobs are not measured in the unemployment rate. Not measuring the unemployed is the basis of the low reported unemployment rate. The official US unemployment rate is just a hoax like Saddam Hussein’s “weapons of mass destruction,” Assad’s “use of chemical weapons,” Russia’s “invasion of Ukraine,” “Iranian nukes,” and “Russiagate.” The list of hoaxes created by the US government and its presstitute media are endless. And the dumbshit Americans sit in front of CNN, MSNBC, NPR and the rest and absorb the indoctrination to their own peril and insignificance.

Americans live in a fantasy world about their Great Country, their Great Economy, their Great Military System that ensures them Hegemony Over the World even though after 17 years the World’s Greatest Military has been unable to defeat a few thousand lightly armed Taliban in Afghanistan, their Great Everything. But in fact, insouciant Americans live in The Matrix. They have no idea of their real situation.

If Trump names John Bolton National Security Adviser, plan to die.

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Another Reason Why Imperialism Wanted Libya Overthrown


Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy detained for questioning over Gaddafi loan


Featured image: Libya leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi along with former French President Nicolas Sarkozy (Source: the author)

Seven years ago this month, beginning on March 19, 2011, the United States Pentagon and NATO began a massive bombing campaign against the North African state of Libya.

For seven months the warplanes flew tens of thousands of sorties over Libya, at the time the most prosperous state in Africa. Nearly ten thousand bombs were reportedly dropped inside the country resulting in an estimated 50,000-100,000 dead, many more injuries and the dislocation of several million people.

On October 20, longtime Libyan leader, Col. Muammar Gaddafi, was driving in a convoy leaving his home area of Sirte when the vehicles were struck. Gaddafi was later captured and brutally executed by counter-revolutionary forces which were led, armed and financed by the U.S., NATO and its allies.

France played an instrumental role in the destruction of Libya as a nation-state. The then President Nicolas Sarkozy praised the overthrow of the Jamahiriya political system and the execution of Gaddafi.

All of the imperialist states and their cohorts told the international community that the counter-revolution in Libya would lead to an era of democracy and prosperity. These proclamations could not have been further from the truth.

Sarkozy wanted the Libyan state eviscerated and Gaddafi assassinated because he had borrowed millions of dollars from the African leader in 2007 to finance his presidential campaign. Rumors and later documented proof surfaced to substantiate these claims.

On March 20, people around the globe awoke to news reports that Sarkozy was in custody and being questioned over financial irregularities involving the Libyan state under Gaddafi. During the period in question, Libya was a leading country within the African Union (AU) where the basis for the revitalized Organization of African Unity (OAU) founded in May 1963, realized its birth. The Sirte Declarations of 1999 led to the creation of the AU in 2002, shifting the focus of the continental body mandating deliberations on the development of viable institutions encompassing more meaningful objectives such as economic integration and regional security.

The spotlight turned on Sarkozy raises again the question of the genocidal war against Libya during 2011 and the subsequent underdevelopment, instability and impoverishment of the country and its implications for North and West Africa along with the continent as a whole. Today Libya is a source of terrorism, enslavement and internecine conflict where there are at least three sources of purported authority.

Despite the efforts of the United Nations Security Council to form a Government of National Accord (GNA), the unity of the country has remained elusive. The UNSC bears responsibility for the Libyan crisis due to the fact that Resolutions 1970 and 1973 provided a pseudo-legal rationale for the blanket bombing and ground operations in the 2011 imperialist war and its brutal aftermath.

According to an article published by France24:

“Agents of France’s office for anticorruption and fiscal and financial infractions are questioning Sarkozy in the Paris suburb of Nanterre, where he has been detained since Tuesday (March 20) morning. It is the first time authorities have questioned Sarkozy in connection with this dossier. They can keep the 63-year-old conservative former head of state in custody for up to 48 hours, after which he could be released without charge, placed under formal investigation or asked to reappear at a later date.”

The Imperialist Camp and Neo-Colonial Rule in Africa

Whether Sarkozy is placed under formal investigation, indicted or imprisoned for his financial crimes, broader issues remain over the outcomes of the war against Libya. The overthrow of a legitimate African government and the targeted assassination of its leader constitute crimes against humanity stemming from the desire to maintain the neo-colonial domination by imperialism over the continent.

The Jamahiriya state prior to the Pentagon-NATO led war represented the aspirations of not only people in Libya notwithstanding the AU member-states as well. Libya was politically stable, owed no money to global financial institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank and provided assistance to other African nations in the areas of social, technological, monetary and religious affairs.

While serving as chairperson of the AU in 2009, Gaddafi traveled to the UN General Assembly where he presented his vision of continental imperatives and international relations. During this period a campaign of slander and defamation was launched with the assistance of the corporate media in the U.S.

Even though Libya under the Jamahiriya had modified its stance on a number of issues related to its dealing with the U.S. and other imperialist states, the West wanted to overthrow the government to seize its oil fields and foreign reserves amounting to well over $160 billion. A pretext of impending genocide against western-funded rebels whom had sought to remove the Gaddafi government was utilized to justify a war of regime-change.

The rebels could have never overthrown the Libyan government on their own. Therefore, they called in their paymasters in Washington, London, Paris and Brussels to ensure a victory for neo-colonialism. However, this scheme has failed to bring into existence the compliant regime sought in the post-war period.

This crisis extends beyond the legal issues facing Sarkozy. Moreover, it is a problem of modern-day imperialism which is seeking new avenues of conquest for purposes of exploitation and profit-making.

France is a leading capitalist state yet it is in perpetual economic stagnation. Joblessness remains high while a burgeoning population of African, Middle Eastern and Asian immigrants is fueling racial hatred. Notions of egalitarianism and bourgeois democracy must be selectively implemented so that the white ruling class maintains it power at the expense of a darker and growing minority seeking civil and human rights.

Abroad France still maintains its interests throughout Africa and other parts of the world. Paris is in fierce competition with London and Washington for its status within the imperialist matrix related to the control of oil, strategic minerals and essential trade routes.

The Meaning of African Unity

Therefore on the seventh anniversary of the imperialist war against Libya, the need for unity among AU member-states is more important in this period than ever before. African economic growth, development and integration cannot however be looked at separately from the indispensable need for independent security structures to safeguard resources and the sovereignty of the people.

The war against Libya represented the first full-blown campaign of the U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) which was established under the administration of President George W. Bush in 2008. AFRICOM was strengthened and enhanced under Bush’s successor President Barack Obama.

Three African states, Gabon, Nigeria and South Africa, voting in favor of the UNSC Resolution 1973 was the worse error of the post-independence period. Although the AU sought to bring about a ceasefire after the bombs began to fall, it was to no avail. This proves conclusively that imperialism should never be trusted and peace and security in Africa can only be won with its destruction.

Many Africans both on the continent and in the Diaspora felt that since Obama was a partial descendant of its people that he would develop a more favorable policy towards the continent and Black people inside the U.S. This was a gross miscalculation because the social and economic conditions worsened for Africans all over the world under his leadership on behalf of the imperialist world.

Consequently, it is not the individual which shapes domestic and foreign policy. Imperialism is an exploitative system which arose from the exigencies of slavery and colonialism. In the modern period neo-colonialism is the last stage of imperialism which Dr. Kwame Nkrumah documented as early as 1965, a prediction which cost him his presidency in the First Republic of Ghana at the aegis of Washington, serving as a major setback for the African Revolution as a whole.

Nevertheless, African people must learn from these historical events in order to move forward with a sober mood of determination and fortitude. Self-reliance and an independent national and global policy is the only solution to the crises facing the continent and its people in contemporary times.

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When I Came to the U.S. from Japan The Eyes of “Others” for Us All


For every immigrant, speaking about his or her home country can be somewhat emotional and personal. For us immigrants, the experiences of leaving former identities framed in memories of the land, people, smells, tastes, smiles, laughter, tears and other feelings wrapped in the native tongues and rebuilding our own personhoods in foreign words, foreign-scapes, foreign frameworks held together with the values, beliefs and norms of others gives us a special opportunity to see our world dimensionally. Some of us recognize the mechanisms carefully hidden by the very machination of the social structure. The revelation, at the same time, reveals our essential beings hidden in our former-selves.

When I came to the States as an 18 year old young man, I found out that I was a little Asian man. I met enough people in the small town in West Virginia who didn’t bother to hide their feelings when they recognized me as “other”. Although, I must say that there were also plenty of people who expressed generosity and friendliness to me. In addition, after all, I was one of the privileged Asians – a Japanese.

Japan was nuked twice after the humiliating defeat over the imperial struggle for the Asian hegemony (China and associated interests, etc.) (1) Uncle Sam showed off who the top dog was by incinerating two cities worth of people in Japan. The country was at the brink of extinction. But, Japan, after all, was the most prominent capitalist force in Asia. I think the US made a calculated decision to co-opt the Japanese imperial momentum as its Asian proxy in the most effective way–this, by the way, mirrors what happened to Germany and its Nazi elements as well (2). After the war, the new US backed Japanese regime was given a partnership role in the hegemonic rule of the Pacific nations by the US. The one and only viable political party in Japan, the Liberal Democratic Party, got CIA support along with the Imperial Japanese war criminal leaders guiding its trajectory (3)(4). This was–for the US, as well as for the Japanese corporate power–certainly a better option than Japan having a communist revolution of some sort. The US backed Japanese regime totally went along with the US occupational force, and it did extensive work in demonizing the Japanese imperial trajectory of the past (it must have been easy considering the horrendous things they had done to the neighboring countries) while replacing the momentum with the US made “democracy”, “freedom”, “justice” and so on, which of course operate within the framework of corporatism, colonialism and militarism. The process came with demonization of socialist elements, infiltration of socialist elements, and neutralization of socialist elements. As a result, Japan became a formidable capitalist force backed by the US military might against China and Soviet Union (Russia).

This explains the odd subserviency exhibited by the Japanese here and there. My British friend in Japan, for example, was deeply puzzled by people in Hiroshima welcoming Obama’s visit. However, for the Japanese, Obama is a leader of the “free world”. The fact that he was there to whitewash his engagement in expansion of the US nuclear arsenal, global warmongering and so on and so forth was not a problem to most Japanese people. This tendency can be prominent even among those who vehemently oppose the Japanese rightwing establishment that shamelessly glorifies the imperial Japanese past. Just as president Obama’s kill list and violent colonialism against Libya, Syria and so on didn’t register as criminal to many people in the US. In fact the situation sort of parallels Democratic Party members vehemently demonizing the current Republican president for following colonial, corporate and military initiatives begun by the previous Democratic Party administration.

But in any case, for many who see the enormity of the military might possessed by the US, the monstrosity is a necessary evil against the “bad guys” in the world theater. For many who do oppose the war machine, so called US allies are seen as independent countries with their own self-determination, fully capable of making decisions. Therefore, some of us end up wondering why people in Japan or Germany faithfully go along with the US imperial policies even if that might be contrary to their own interests: Like, going along with sanctions against Russia when they might be losing a productive economic relationship with Russia, or provoking Russia or North Korea even if their own counties might be targets of nuclear attacks. Meanwhile, going along with imperial policies is getting more and more debatable: the imperial hegemony seems to be imploding as it desperately attempts to grow, while China enjoys its spectacular economic success in pursuing a Marxist trajectory in its own way.

Prime Minister Naoto Kan (4795820403) cropped.jpg

There is an interesting anecdote revealing the true nature of the imperial relationship between Japan and the US. When three of the Fukushima nuclear plants caused China syndrome in March 2011, Naoto Kan (image on the right), the Prime Minister at the time, warned other Japanese officials that the US might occupy Japan. The remark allowed some to label him as a clueless moron. However, some of us saw in the remark the real position of Japan within the imperial hierarchy shaped by money and violence in which a “sovereign” country exercises its “free will” at imperial economic and military gun point.

The steep imperial hierarchy that imposes the US military bases in Okinawa (for example), which has been dumping agent orange, depleted uranium, and toxic materials (5) while turning pristine rainforest into a jungle warfare training ground, a military aircraft airport, and a shooting range while also creating the grave threat of nuclear war against South Korea, Japan, Europe and so on, extends right onto the US soil as well. The very population that have allowed the empire to grow so much endure mass incarceration, police violence, massive unemployment, blatant lack of social safety nets, poverty, health crisis, education crisis and so on. But the imperial mind trick somehow renders their powerlessness less visible than the powerlessness of the Japanese people or the German people perhaps. An extraordinary case that illustrates my point deals with the USS Reagan aircraft carrier, which was heavily irradiated by radiation plume from the Fukushima disaster. The sailors suffering from radiation diseases have been abandoned by the US government as well as the Japanese government (6). Within the imperial hierarchy, common men and women are powerless and disposable regardless of their nationalities.

JGSDF soldiers at Camp Kinser (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

If the current build up of the US economic/military pressure against pacific countries continues, and if Japan keeps serving its role with re-militarization, the relationship between the US and Japan can more prominently exhibit a neo-colonial relationship. In this scenario, Japan would play an armed guard dog of the empire against China, Russia and so on, while giving an impression that the violence that emerges should be blamed solely on the evil Japanese regime that would surely come to the fore. This gives the US an opportunity to act as the good cop who engages in whatever is necessary to bring about a “peace”–a “peace” under the western capitalist hegemony. Japan can be Asia’s Israel. And Asia can be the Middle East 2.0.

Regardless, militarization will prolong the life of the western war economy while continuing to delegitimize its authority. The illegitimate force will need a bit more iron fist to keep the whole thing in line. The death spiral that devours the capitalist hegemony will exacerbate the hardship of the people in the west while continuing to mess with the rest of the world.

Maybe I’m letting my imagination fly too wild. But as I said, I felt the imperial arrogance of Japan within the framework of western imperialism as I went through the process of perceiving my existence within the larger framework of the global hierarchy. I do not like the dynamics at all. I want the people of Asia stop being a part of the imperial hierarchy. I want the people of Asia to work together to create environment to free their potential in living harmoniously with each other and with the environment.

Every struggle of a people is connected to struggles of others, and each struggle is unique according to their predicaments. For that reason, we must not keep our eyes off of the larger framework of global capitalism and its contradictions. We must not impose the imperial framework onto people of other countries.

I do know that it is much easier to say than to live according to such a perspective. When I see my fellow Asian people or any immigrant bending so far backward to kiss a nefarious backside of the establishment, I feel their urgent need to be accepted in the hierarchy of money and violence.

But still, I desperately feel the need to share what I learned through the eyes of an immigrant. The emotional and personal part of my story also stems from the fact that I could not adjust to the highly structured Japanese atmosphere when I was growing up. I particularly remember the regular corporal punishments I received at school. I developed an extreme aversion toward the authoritative tendency. The process of shedding my former-self slowly taught me how foreign elements can be removed and destroyed within an authoritative hierarchy by imposing obedience or self-destruction. As a young man I chose self-destruction by alcoholism. This continued until I found my expression in art. My studio practice also led me to understand the bits and pieces holding together to show me the larger picture of what I went though as I moved to a different society. Without this experience, I might have followed a different path.

Anyone in the imperial hierarchy can become “other”. I believe our experience as “others” might perhaps inform the true nature of the capitalist hierarchy for those who have a hard time seeing it. After all we are but one species struggling to save ourselves from our collective predicament of the threat of extinction.


Hiroyuki Hamada is an artist. He has exhibited throughout the United States and in Europe and is represented by Bookstein Projects. He has been awarded various residencies including those at the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, the Edward F. Albee Foundation/William Flanagan Memorial Creative Person’s Center, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, and the MacDowell Colony. In 1998 Hamada was the recipient of a Pollock Krasner Foundation grant, and in 2009 and 2016 he was awarded a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship. He lives and works in New York.


(1) The War Was Won Before Hiroshima—And the Generals Who Dropped the Bomb Knew It

Seventy years after the bombing, will Americans face the brutal truth?

(2) In Cold War, U.S. Spy Agencies Used 1,000 Nazis

(3) Nobusuke Kishi

(4) C.I.A. Spent Millions to Support Japanese Right in 50’s and 60’s

(5) Okinawa: the junk heap of the Pacific

Decades of Pentagon pollution poison service members, residents and future plans for the island

(6) Injustice At Sea: the Irradiated Sailors of the USS Reagan

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Syrian Refugees Are Going Home, the West Ready to Attack


Featured image: Syrian refugee in Bekaa Valley in Lebanon

“How many years have you been living in Beirut?” I asked my barber, Eyad, after he told me, beaming, that in three months from now, he will be returning home, to Damascus.

Even one year ago, such conversations would not be easy to commence. But now, everything has been changing, rapidly and, one wants to believe, irreversibly.

Although nothing is truly irreversible, the better things are on the ground in Syria, the more threatening the West is becoming, particularly the United States. Now it is, once again, intimidating Damascus, ready to attack the Syrian army, something that could easily drag Russia and others into a lethal confrontation. The war! The West is clearly obsessed with perpetual war in Syria, while most of the Syrian people are passionate about bringing back an everlasting peace.

“6 years,” replied my barber, preparing his razor. I detected sadness and indignation in his voice, “6 years too many!”

“After you go back, then what? Are you going to open your own salon in Damascus?” I was curious. He is the best barber I have ever had, a real master of his trade, quick and confident, precise.

“No,” he smiled. “I never told you, but I’m a mechanical engineer… About being a barber; I learned the trade from my grandfather. In the Arab world now, millions are doing something that is not their main profession… But I want to return home and help to rebuild my country.”

I knew nothing about Eyad’s political affiliations. I used to consider it impolite to ask. Now I sensed that I could, but I didn’t. He was going back, returning home, eager to help his country, and that was all that mattered.

“Come visit me in Damascus,” he smiled, as we were parting. “Syria is a small country, but it is enormous!”


On February 24 2017, The New York Times, unleashed its usual vitriolic sarcasm towards the country which hosts enormous number of Syrian refugees – Lebanon:

Syrian refugees Lebanon

“About 1.5 million Syrians have sought refuge in Lebanon, making up about a quarter of the population, according to officials and relief groups, and there is a widely held belief in Lebanon that refugees are a burden on the country’s economy and social structure.

Mr. Tahan, a gregarious man who sought to portray himself as the refugees’ benefactor, dismissed the idea that they are harming the country’s economy and straining social services. He said the government pushed that view to get more money from the United Nations.

Refugees, he said, benefit the Lebanese, from the generator operators providing them with electricity, to the owners of shops where they spend their United Nations food vouchers, to landowners who benefit from their cheap labor. It is an argument often heard from international organizations, which say the burden of hosting the refugees is largely offset by the economic stimulus they provide, not to mention $1.9 billion in international aid in 2016 alone, the United Nations says.

Mr. Tahan said he expected the Syrians to stay for years, based on his experience in Lebanon’s civil war.”

One would hardly encounter such a tone when the New York Times is describing the ‘refugee crises’ in the European Union. There, several super-rich and much more populous countries than Lebanon keep pretending that they simply cannot absorb approximately the same amount of people as has been sheltered by the tiny Middle Eastern nation.

In 2015, which is considered the ‘height of the refugee crises’, much less than 1.5 million people entered the European Union, seeking asylum there. Some of those 1.5 million were actually ‘refugees’ from Ukraine, Kosovo and Albania.

Refugees waiting in Kos, Greece

I covered the refugee crises from Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, but also the so-called ‘crises’ in Greece (Kos) and France (Calais). The West, which by then had already destabilized half of the world and almost the entire Middle East, was demonstrating extreme selfishness, brutal indifference, racism and a stubborn refusal to repent and to comprehend.

Whoever Mr. Tahan of the New York Times is, and whatever his agenda, he was wrong. As this report goes to print, the number of Syrian refugees living in Lebanon is dropping continually, as the Government in Damascus, supported by Russia, Iran, China, Cuba and Hezbollah has been winning the war against the terrorist groups, armed and supported by the West and its allies.

It is actually the West – its NGO’s and even their government agencies – that are “warning” the Syrians not to return home, claiming that “the situation in their country is still extremely dangerous.”

But such warnings can hardly deter the flow of refugees, back to Syria. As CBS News reported on February 2, 2018:

“… The 36-year-old is back home in Aleppo. He returned last summer – depressed, homesick and dreading another winter, he couldn’t bear life in the German city of Suhl.

Germany, he said, “was boring, boring, boring.”

The number of Syrian immigrants on the Lebanese territory has already dropped below 1 million, the first time since 2014, according to UNHCR.

People are returning home. They are going home by the thousands, every week.

They are moving back from Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, and even from that once imaginary paradise –the European countries such as Germany – which somehow failed to materialize, and even to impress many people from a country with one of the oldest and greatest histories and culture on Earth.


Mohammad Kanaan, an industrial maintenance student at ULF in Lebanon, explains:

“When I was in Syria, I had been studying mechanical design and development for three years… Due to the crises and war I was forced to leave. Afterwards I was forced to stop my education for three more years. Then, thanks to UNESCO initiative, I was accepted to study here in Lebanon… Following the war on Syria, I became more motivated to continue in my field of study. Specifically, since the infrastructure needs restoration and factories will soon be operational. The country needs many people armed with knowledge…”

The West did not expect such determination from the Syrian refugees. It was used to those migrants who have been coming from countless ruined and destabilized countries; people who were able to do just about anything and to say anything, as long as they were allowed to stay in the West.

The West tried to turn Syrians into precisely these kinds of immigrants, but it failed. In December 2014, I reported from Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region:

“Not far from the oilfields, there is a massive refugee camp; this one is for the Syrian exiles.

After negotiating entry, I manage to ask the director of the camp – Mr. Khawur Aref – how many refugees are sheltered here?“14,000,” he replies. “And after it reaches 15,000, this place will become unmanageable.”

I am discouraged from interviewing people, but I manage to speak to several refugees anyway, including Mr. Ali and his family, who came from the Syrian city of Sham.

I want to know whether all new arrivals get interrogated? The answer is – “Yes”. Are they asked questions, about whether they are for or against the President Bashar al-Assad? “Yes, they are: everybody is asked these questions and more…” And if a person – a truly desperate, needy and hungry person – answers that he supports the government of Bashar al-Assad, and came here because his country was being destroyed by the West, then what would happen?”I am told: “He and his family would never be allowed to stay in the Iraqi Kurdistan.”


I met Syrian refugees all over the Middle East, as well as in various European countries. Almost all of them felt nostalgic, even desperate, about being away from their beloved land. Most of them wanted to return. Some of them couldn’t wait for the first opportunity.

Syrian refugees in Hatay, Turkey

I knew Syrians who had visas in their pockets, even to such places like Canada, and they decided, at the last moment, not to leave their Motherland.

Syria is truly a unique country.

The West did not expect; it was not used to such determination from the people whose lives it destroyed.

“We are now going West, we have to go,” I was told by a Syrian lady with two children clinging to her, who was waiting in front of the Municipal Building on the Greek island of Kos. “We do it for our children. But mark my words; most of us will soon be going back.”

They are going back now. And the West does not like it; it hates it.

It likes to whine about how it is being used by ‘those impoverished hordes’, but it cannot really live without the immigrants, particularly from such educated countries like Syria.


Not only did the Syrian people fight bravely, defeating the brutal invasion of the Western-manufactured, trained, and financed, backed terrorists. But now the refugees are turning back on false and often humiliating comfort of the exile in Europe, Canada and elsewhere.

Such attitude ‘has to be punished’. For such courage, the Syrian cities and victorious Syrian army may be soon bombed and attacked, directly by the US and possibly also by the European forces.

In Beirut, as I was finishing this essay, I was visited, briefly, by two of my friends, Syrian educators, one from Aleppo, and the other, from Damascus.

“It is getting tough again,” I said.

“Yes,” they agreed. “In my neighborhood, in Damascus, two children were killed by the bullets fired by the terrorists, just before I left for this trip.”

“The US is saying it may attack the country, directly”, I uttered.

“They are always threatening,” I am told. “We are not afraid. Our people are determined, ready to defend our nation.”

Despite the new dangers, emboldened, the Syrian people are flowing back to their country. The Empire may try to punish them for their courage, patriotism and determination. But they are not scared and they are not alone. The Russians and other allies are ‘on the ground’ and ready to help defending Syria. The entire Middle East is watching.

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44 Senators Made History by Voting to End Illegal US War in Yemen


In first-ever vote on withdrawing U.S. armed forces from an unauthorized war, 44 Senators voted to withdraw U.S. troops from the Saudi-led war in Yemen.


FCNL’s Legislative Director on Middle East Policy Kate Gould has issued the following statement:

“Today, 44 senators made history by supporting the first-ever vote on withdrawing U.S. armed forces from an unauthorized war. While the Senate missed this opportunity to end the war, it is a welcome development that 44 senators took an important step toward restoring congressional authority over decisions on war and peace, as required by the Constitution, and toward ending U.S. collusion in the famine-inducing Saudi-led war in Yemen.

On the very same day the Saudi Crown Prince visited the White House and Capitol Hill, this historic vote sent a crystal clear message that U.S. complicity in the Saudi-led slaughter of Yemeni men, women, and children must end.

It is fitting that this historic vote occurred on the 15th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, a sobering reminder of the catastrophic consequences of the decision to go to war. Since that fateful day, it is staggering how rarely Congress has voted on or debated U.S. wars around the globe. The Sanders-Lee-Murphy legislation forced the Senate to both debate and vote on a war that the U.S. has waged in the shadows for three years.

Despite Trump’s White House and Saudi-funded lobbyists teaming up to run a full-court press on Capitol Hill, the momentum to end this war continues to build. Opponents of this legislation took to the floor today to argue in favor of ending this famine-inducing war, and justified their vote on the grounds of favoring action in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee (SFRC) over S.J. Res. 54. We look forward to working with SFRC leadership and members to ensure that meaningful action is taken, which the committee has failed to do for more than three years.

Today’s debate, as well as the courageous vote by 44 senators, is owed in no small part to the indomitable power of citizen activists in every state who generated tens of thousands of calls and emails to ensure Yemen topped every senator’s agenda.

The groundswell of grassroots activism to end this war is not going to let up until this illegal war ends, and U.S. pilots stop fueling U.S.-made bombers to rein down U.S.-made bombs on schools, hospitals and neighborhoods. The U.S. must stop literally fueling the deliberate killing and starvation of countless civilians in Yemen, and support a peaceful solution to end this crisis.”

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Syrians Have Names and Faces


Feature image: Author Mark Taliano

NATO terrorists have murdered about 10,000[1] civilians in Damascus, in addition to the 40 + civilians that they murdered in SE Damascus on March 20, 2018. Meanwhile, the SAA and allies have lost about 545 soldiers in the last ten weeks trying to liberate East Ghouta, the area from which the terrorists fire missiles at students, men, women, children. And Canadians think Assad is the bad guy.[2]

None of the allegations against Assad and the Syrian government withstand the scrutiny of independent investigations. None.[3]

NATO imperialists create atrocity stories to demonize target leaders and to target prey countries with a view to fabricating consent to commit the Supreme International Crime of war of aggression. They have been fabricating consent and committing war crimes for the past seven years in Syria.  We are accomplices in these crimes when we do not denounce our criminal governments.

Syrians have names and faces.  Terrorists supported by Saudi Arabia, NATO, and most of Western media, murdered the people pictured below.

The Syrian soldiers and their allies, who are fighting international terrorism on behalf of all of us, also have names. These are the names of those who were martyred in the fight to Liberate #EastGhouta from the outset of the campaign in January:

1 – Major General Ahmed Mohamed El Housseynou as say / Idlib-Alzenbaka-population of Latakia
2 – Major: AarimeevV.g / Russia
3 – Major General Vladimir ViniaminovicArrecife / Russia
4 – Dean: Ali Diop / Guard Republican
5 – Brigadier Habib Mehrez Younis / Business Name-Qirdahh
6 – Brigadier: Mahmoud Ahmed Ma’touq / Business Name-Video
7 – Dean: Riaz Mohammad Ahmad / Business Name-protoplasm-Dalia
8 – Brigadier General Ahmad Jaber Al Humaidan / Homs Jpourin
9 – Dean: I Chagain . In / Russia
10 – Brigadier: Mohsen Younis Salem / Business Name-phosphene
11 – Colonel Ibrahim Younis hatched / Homs-Tlklkh-Hudaydah
12 – Colonel Haider Kamel Hassan / h R-experience bathroom
13 – Colonel: Fedun . In S / Russia
14. Colonel: Vladimir Vladimirovich / Russia
15. Colonel: Vyacheslav / Russia
16. Colonel: Mosyev Mikhail / Russia
17. Lieutenant Colonel: Harith Ismail New / Lattakia-Jabla-Bustan El-Pasha
18. Lt. Col. Ali Ahmed Eid / Homs-Zahra
Lead :ShadiAloush / Tartous-HamamQunya 20. Major: Mahmud Muhammed Moulj / Hama-Musayaf-Reef
21. Major: Mohammad BahjatDiop / Lattakia-Beit Yashout
22. Major: Walid Jabbur Khalil / Homs-Hawash
23. Lead: Alexander Morozov / Russia
24. Lead: Smirnov. Russia
27 – Major:
EdekimovVektu / Russia
27. Lead: Alexei NikolaevichGuinayak / Russia
28. Major: Qais Mohammad Omran / Hama-Musayaf-Fendara
29 – Captain: Ahmed Ali Hammad / Tartous – Raml
30 – Captain: Bassel Emad Habib / Tartous – Banias – Tiru
31 – Captain: Mohammed Suhail Medhat / Homs – Kafr Abd
32 – Captain: Hossam Nizar Cross / Hama
– Waseem al-Hussein / Idlib-Maasran
34- Captain: Ali Nader Al-Na’imah / Hama-Salmiya
35- Captain: Mohammed Wassouf / Hama-Musayaf-Dirmama
36- Captain: Raki Abdel Karim Abdo / Homs-Safar
37- Captain: Dator
38 – Captain: KhaldounSulaimanEsber / Business Name-protoplasm-eye rift
39 – Captain: Balennox AA / Russia
40 – Captain: Trovanov a / Russia
41 – Captain: Jurban K / Russia
42 – Captain: Rasputin N.b – Medical Service / Russia
43 – Captain: Sashok AM / Russia
44 – Captain: Shinzift SV / Russia
45 – Captain: Qaiderkhov ESS / Russia
46 – Captain: YazenManhal Ibrahim / Hama – Musayaf – Bird
47 – Captain: Gorban Constantine / Russia
48 – Lieutenant: Abdul Rahim Mohammed Al – Mohammed / Damascus – Barzah Buildings
49 – Lieutenant: Ahmad Munir Alisha / Hama – HoratAmorin
50 – Lieutenant: Ali Yacoub Abu Ali / Lattakia – Qardaha – Dairutan
51 – Lieutenant: Mohammed Suleiman Daghla / Homs
– / Aleppo-Tedef-Abu Jabbar
53 – Lieutenant: Azzam Badi Suleiman / Tartous-Banias-Captain
54 – Lieutenant: Wissam Khaled Rahma / Hama-Barre eastern
55 – Lieutenant: Ali Ibrahim Ismail / Tartous-Anazh nostalgically
56 – Lieutenant: Iyad Ibrahim Al-Shamali / Tartous-Dreikish-Kolaa
57 – Lt. Ali Bilal Aboud / Business Name-protoplasm-Dalia
58 – Lieutenant: Yahya Abdul Karim Qinan / Aleppo
59 – Lieutenant Ali Sulaiman / Homs-short-Haouz
60 – Lt. Bassam Younis / Guard-cycle 71 war
61 – Lieutenant: Hazem Darwish / Guard-cycle 71 war
62 – Lieutenant: Habib news / Guard-cycle 71 war
63 – Lieutenant Khaled Mahfoud / Guard-cycle 71 war
64 – Lieutenant: Zulfiqar Harmoush / Guard-cycle 71 war
65 – Lieutenant: Mohammad Ahmad Haidar / Guard-cycle 71 war
66 – Lieutenant: Muhammad Malik Hassan / Hama-Musayaf-Shiha
67- Lieutenant: Salah Ali Al-Sayyid / Homs-Talkakh-Naara
68- Lieutenant: Majd Mohammed Ahmed / Lattakia-Ain Al-Tinah
69- Lieutenant: Hassan Ahmed Al-Haydar / Hama-Jarjra-
70 – Lieutenant: Ali Sulaiman Mohsen / Hama-Musayaf-Umrah
71 – Lieutenant: Mahmud Muhammad SulaimanAlush / Hama – Wadi Al Oyun – Kasuh
72 – Lieutenant: AlaaNidalHammoud / Tartous – Qadous – Quneya
73 – Lieutenant: MuhannadKasirZidan / Lattakia – Karsana
74 – Lieutenant: Fares Ramadan Al Ali / Hama – Musayaf -bachin
75 – Lieutenant: Yamen Mounir Habib / Business Name-Qirdahh-Msterh character
76 – Lieutenant: Naseem Hohr / Homs-Tlklkh-horsefly
77 – Lieutenant Ahmad Faisal hawks / Business Name-infidel
78 – Lieutenant: Nadeem Nabil Ismail / Tartous-Dreikish -d Mataro
79 – Lieutenant: harmony Mahmoud / Hama-jungle
80 – Lieutenant: Ali Nadeem Shaban / Hama-Salhab
81 – Lieutenant: Ghadeer Fayyad / Tartous-Zarkat
82 – Lieutenant: Wissam Ahmed Yahya / Kenitra-Roma
83 – Lieutenant Ammar Abd al-Karim Muhanna / Hama-Salhab
84 – Lieutenant: Fahd Ghassan Dardar / Hama-Salmiya-Tal New
85 – Lieutenant: Wael Mohammed Sulaiman / Tartous – Safita – HakherZehia
86 – Lieutenant: Salman Yasser Wahabi / Lattakia – Bahlutia
87 – Lieutenant: Jaafar Ahmad Dali / Hama – Rabiah
88 – Lieutenant: Rashid Mahfoud / Lattakia – Jablah
– Lieutenant: Salman prestige / Business Name-Rodo
90 – LT: O.hevchenko / Russia
91 – Lieutenant: AltonenK.n / Russia
92 – Lieutenant: D.savronov / Russia
93 – Lieutenant: Ev_ok of GS / Russia
94 – Lieutenant: M.banov / Russia
95 – Lieutenant: Hassan Khaski Soliman / Business Name-Bhloulih-high
96 – Lieutenant Samer Hussein / Business Name-protoplasm-pine
97 – Lieutenant Haider Ahmed Badran / Hama-appointed chrome-jungle
98 – Lieutenant: Ahmed Suhail We made it Qayat-Bayt Yashout-Kula’a
99 – Lieutenant: Hussam Ostrich / Business Name-protoplasm-Reef
100 – Lieutenant Samer Ali Hussein / Business Name-pine-pools Chamsine
101 – Lieutenant: Abbas Yousef Ramadan / Hama-Misyaf-Kafr colonel
102 – Lieutenant: Yamen honest shepherd / Homs Reeve
103 – Lieutenant: Khalil Mohamed Diop / Homs-openwork-Taldaa
104 – Lieutenant: Mudar Mohammad Macaiduc / Hama-Misyaf-kindergarten
105 – -: Ahmed Ali Eskandrany / Damascus
106 – – Ibrahim Hassan Mustafa / intelligence air
107 – -: Ibrahim Hussein Mohsen / Damascus-Zainab camp
108 – – Ibrahim Diab Abu Khalil / Damascus-Hrnh
109 – -: Ibrahim Taher Yousef / Business Name-protoplasm-cellar Awwamiyya
110 – -: Ibrahim Caesar Shaheen / Kenitra-Arnah
111 – -: Ibrahim Mohammed Ja’wair / Republican Guard
112 – – : Ihsan Da’bil / Swaida – criminal security
113 – -: Ingen Grapovski SV / Russia
114 – -: Ingen Gjujov MA / Russia
115 – -: Ayad Ayman Ibrahim / Hama – Salmiya – Saboura
116 – -: Iyad Jawdat Issa / Tartous
– : Aepfanov / Russia
118 – -: Ihab Abdel Wahed / Damascus-Madaya
119 – -: Abu Sami Mansour / Tartous-Banias-Anazh
120 – -: Ahmed Egyptian / Guard Republican
121 – – Ahmed Ibrahim Mahmoud / Business Name-protoplasm-Muthur
122 – -: Ahmed Ismail El Sayed / Damascus – Derakhbeh
123 – -: Ahmed Hassan Soliman / Tartous – Sheikh Badr – Jabbab
124 – -: Ahmed Hikmat Abu Durra / Tartous – Banias – bee Inventory
125 – -: Ahmed Khader Mehrez / Homs – Gabriya
126 – -: Ahmed Khalil-Hamada Radar / Tartus-Reef
127 – -: Ahmed Rashid Primo / Lattakia-Salm J
128 – -: Ahmed Samir Khatib / endosperm-residents Jaramana
129 – – Ahmed Abdul RazakDa’as / Kenitra-Joppa
130 – – Ahmed Abdullah Sheikh / Kenitra-residents M.allowavdan
131 – – Ahmed Abdul Majid Ismail / Damascus-Jubb’adin
132 – – Ahmed Adnan Ali / Tartous-Banias-Gulwa
133 – -: Ahmed Ali Abdullah / intelligence air
134 – – Ahmed Ali Assaf / Tartous-Banias-Deir inventory
135 – – Ahmad Imad al – Khatib / militia-Arab nationalist Guard
136 – – Ahmed Omar Al Nabhan / Hama – Qamhana
137 – -: Ahmed Majid Akkari / Homs – Akrama
138 – -: Ahmed Mohamed Al Zaher / Damascus – Beit Tema
139 – -: Ahmed Mohammed Yousef / Tartous – Sheikh Badr
– Ahmed Mamdouh Hurnana / air intelligence
141 – -: Ahmed Nadim Salim / Tartous-Sheikh Badr-Nimriya
142 – -: Ahmad Walid buckets / Hama-good forward
143 – -: Ahmed Yacoub Suliman / Business Name-protoplasm-Dalia
144 – -: Adib Adnan Bustami / Homs-Ikrima-saving
145 – -: Osama Almraqbi / Business Name-Qngerh
146 – – Osama Osama Ibrahim / Homs – Almakhram – Jib Abbas
147 – -: Osama Mohammed Khallouf / Hama – Musayaf – Zaghrain
148 – -: Osama Mamdouh Mohammed / Damascus – Solidarity
149 – -: Asad Bashir Shibli / Kenitra
– : Alexander Solubov / Russia
151 – – Amir Saeed Asaad / Hama-Misyaf-Bahra
152 – – Anas OstaHalabi / Damascus-news channel
153 – – Anas Kilani / Damascus-Otaiba
154 – – Oosepkin Alexander / Russia
155 – -: Ayman Nakkari / Homs-capillaries
156 – -: Ayman Saber Diab / Palestine
157 – -: Ayham Ahmad Ajamiyeh / Hama-Misyaf-Shiha
158 – -: Ayham Ayman Bose Honey / Damascus-Zahara
159 – -: Basil rice / Damascus-Guard Republican
160 – -: Basil Okush / Homs-Taldo-Hula
161 – -: Basil Fahd Hamada Hanash / Deir al – Zour
162 – -: Badr al- Din Abdul Latif mays / Damascus-field Hall
163 – -: Badr mays / Guard Republican
164 – -: Badr Abdel – sweet / Damascus-solidarity
165 – – Bassam Abdo Asami / Damascus-Building
166 – – Bassam Gharib Saleh / Hama-eye chrome-tear
167 – -: Bashar Aldndl / Deir al – Zour
168 – -: Bashar al- Khaled Talaa / Deir al – Zour
169 – -: Bashar Salim Aldbesa / endosperm-Arman
170 – – : Bashar Adnan Qatifah / Tartous-Banias-Sindyana
171 – -: Bashar Ali Aboud / Hama-Asilah-Al-Ghab
172 – -: Bashar Ayash / Hama-Salmiya-Khneves
173 – -: Bashar Mohammed Ismail / Hama – Tal Sakin Al-Qahada
174 – -: Bashar Noor Eddin / Idleb – inhabitants of Lattakia
175 – Zama
176 – -: Bashar Haitham Al-Jaban / Damascus-Qatana
177 – -: Bilal Awad / State Security
178 – -: Bahaa Hassan Mohammed Al Mousa / Kenitra – Reconciliation clan
179 – -: BahaaArefDaghman / Lattakia
– : Bogatirov / Russia
181 – – Ponomarev / Russia
182 – – Belov / Russia
183 – – Tamer Jamil Kbathil / Aleppo
184 – – Chapdarov b / Russia
185 – – facilitating Khudair / Damascus-Shia
186 – -: fixed Ahmed Melhem / Lattakia – Jablah – Qatilbba
187 – -: Thaer Khalil Yahya / Damascus-Kabbas
188 – -: Jafar Isa / Tartous-Safita-Kfrakhh
189 – -: Jaafar Mahmoud Suleiman / Tartous-Cadmus- and Yes
190 – – Jamil Musa Bush / Adalb- Foah
191 – -: George Tawfiq Al Nasr / Damascus-drummer
192 – – George Youssef Youssef / Tartous-Banias-Fayha
193 – -: Johnny Samir Esber / Tartous-Safita-Kafroun
194 – -: Hazim Mustafa Mustafa / Aleppo-militia air
195 – -: Hossam AdeebKaddour / Hama-Misyaf-Mushashin
196 – -: Hassan Ramiz Hammad / Tartous-Dreikish-February
197 – – Hassan conciliator Almagdr / Damascus-Zahara old
198 – -: Hassan Aga / Hama-peaceful
199 – -: Hassan Abdullah Ayyash / Homs-Ikrima
200 – – Hassan Abboud / Homs-Zahraa-Abasiya
201 – -: Hassan Ali Badran / Tartous-Dreikish
202 – -: Hassan Mohamed Mohamed / Tartous-net A
203 – -: Hassan Mohammed Mashmash / Damascus – Otaiba
204 – -: Hussein HikmatHarfous / Tartous – Banias – Kurdish
205 – -: Hussein Ali Ali / Aleppo – Militia Albaker
206 – -: Hussein Ali Hassan / Tartous – Sheikh Badr – Hanafiya
207 – -: Hussein Mamdouh Harrabeh / Damascus – Kafr Sousse
208 – -: Hamad Muamen Hassan / Damascus – AshrafiehSahnaya
209 – -: Hamza Samir Ahmed / Lattakia – Jblah – Bastoire
– : Haidar SaqrGajmoula / Hama-Misyaf-Mguibrh
212 – -: Haider Ghosn / Guard Republican
213 – -: Haider Faisal Yousef / Business Name-protoplasm-house Yashout
214 – -: Haidar Mahmoud parties / Business Name-protoplasm-Rumeileh
215 – -: Khaled Emad al-Rifai / Damascus – Diretia
216 – -: – Khaled Mahmoud Hamimi / Lattakia – Project B
217 – -: Khader Ahmed Taha / Homs – Ghor
218 – -: Khattar Khaled Younis / Hama-peaceful-Zgran
219 – -: Khalil Shukri Asaad / Business Name-Reef
220 – -: Khalil Mohammed Khrsh / Business Name-protoplasm-Jbebat
221 – -: Daniel Yasin / Tartous-Safita
222 – – : Diab Hussein Hammoud / Homs-Khirbet Ghazi
223 – -: Zulfikar Ibrahim Ahmed / Business Name-protoplasm-Valley uprooting
224 – -: RajehHshehadh / Damascus-livery-Gherkin Dannon
225 – -: Radi Mahmoud Alsnadiqi / Damascus-Gazzar
226 – – Rami Al – Hajji / Idlib-KafrTakharim
227 – – Raed Mohammed Eid / Kenitra-appointed Wit
228 – -: spring Ayman Ali / Tartous-Safita-Haddadiat
229 – -: spring Suleiman Ahmed / Business Name-protoplasm-Bsin
230 – -: Rabea Mohammed Shahin / Hama-Masiaf-Bashneen
231 – -: Rabea Noman / Tartous-Banias-Hareesoun
232 – -: Rajab Haider Jerda / Tartous-Broken Tower-Akkar
233 – – Rajab Mohammad Ali / Homs-Tlklkh-Jbak
234 – -: Radwan Rakan Salman / Tartous-Sheikh Badr-Noihh
235 – – Rana Fayez Hashim / Hama – Salama-Jadouh
236 – -: Rowad Ibrahim / Harass Jomhouri
237 – -: Rawad TawfiqMahfoud / Tartous – Sheikh Badr – Tireani
238 – -: Zakaria Abdullatif Shlash / Raqqa
– Samer Adnan Ali / Tartous-Safita
241 – – Samer Mohammed Hassan / Homs-or two – lane
242 – – Samer Hawash / Guard Republican
243 – -: Saad Khalaf Furaih / Deir al – Zour
244 – -: Socrates Hassan Saad / Homs-supervisor
245 – -: Solomon Aotaira / Business Name-Qirdahh-letter Msterh
246 – -: Samir N. Muhanna / Business Name-c A-Body
247 – -: Sommer Ibrahim Badran / Business Name-protoplasm-Valley gouge
248 – -: Sommer Ibrahim Muhanna / Business Name-Qirdahh-MushayrifaSamok
249 – -: SarznkovAa.o / Russia
250 – – Saif Abdul Rahman / Tartous-impregnable sea
251 – -: Shadi Diab Hassan / Homs-Reef
252 – -: Shadi Diab Rabona / Homs-Ikrima-Valley gold
253 – -: Shadi Mohamed Esber / Homs-cases
254 – -: Shadi Mohamed Shuhaiber / Aleppo
255 – -: Shehadeh Zuhair Alloush / Damascus-Otaiba
256 – – Shaaban Mohamed Srith / Homs-Tlklkh-Quriyat
257 – – net Yahya fault / endosperm-residents Jaramana
258 – -: Saleh Hassan Abu Zaher / Aleppo-militia Bagir
259 – -: Saleh Haidar Ahmad / Tartous-Safita-ratio
260 – -: Saleh Majid Akkari / Homs-Reef
261 -: – Stam Saleh insisted Valley / tenderness-clan veterinarians
262 – -: Safwan Hassan Deeb / Idlib-population protoplasm
263 – -: DiaaTurki Please / Deir Zour
264 – -: Tariq Hassan Hassan / Tartous-Sheikh Badr-lacuna is forced
265 – -: Tarek Hamdan / Tartous-suburb lion
266 – – Tariq Fayez Al-Rashwani / Damascus – Def Alsouk
267 – -: Taher Al-Dali-Sourani / Hama – Tire
268 – -: Talal Abdul Aziz Ramadan / Hama – Salmiya – Kitlon
– Adel Ghannoum / Hama-peaceful-Khunayfis
271 – -: Adel Mahmoud lack of / Guard Republican
272 – -: Atef al – Hindawi / Damascus-Sasa
273 – -: AmerAlKhozim / Deir al – Zour
274 – -: Amer Ali Rajab / Homs-Tlklkh -baaon
275 – -: Amer Ali breaker / Business Name-Qirdahh-Bsin
276 – -: Amer Mahmoud linden / Tartous-Safita-B Flour
277 – -: Abdullah Yassin Aleppo /
278 – -: Abdel Wahab Banat / Aleppo
279 – -: – Abdelhakim Suleiman Al Ajlani / Aleppo – Rural
280 – -: – Abdul Hamid Mohammed Aldafis / Damascus – Def Alsouk
281 – -:
282 – -: Abdulrahman Akkari / Homs-Khirbet figs
283 – – Abdulaziz Mahmoud Assaf / Hama-Misyaf-JubbRamlah
284 – -: Abdel QaderParotja / Aleppo-guard Republican
285 – -: Abdullah Ahmad Abu Aisha / Quneitra-Golan-camp Expats
286 – -: Abdullah Barakat Almrei / Aleppo branch air
287 – -: Abdullah Bilal / Idlib-Sgayn
288 – -: Abdullah Yasser salmon / Tartous-Cadmus-Saadanh
289 – -: Nasser Mohammed Al – Saeed / Hasaka
290 – -: Abdel Nour Ibrahim Peaceful / Daraa
291 – -: Osman Suleiman Sasani / Damascus-Kafr Sousse
292 – -: Adnan Jamal Hawks / Homs-Alsnkera
293 – -: Adnan Fares Khoury / Homs-Kfram
294 – -: loops Ahmed Sakr / Business Name-Reef
295 – -: Azzam Mohammad Ayoub Hassan / Tartous-Zarkat
296 – -: Essam Mohamed Issa / Tartous-Safita-accurate house of
297 – -: Attia Hamad forgetfulness / Hasaka-Ncohg
298 – -: AlaaBadr marrows / Aleppo-residents of Tartous
299 – -: Alaa Abdul Razak falconer / Hama-queso
300 – -: Alaa Abdullah Dawood / Business Name-protoplasm-towers
301 – -: Alaa Aziz Ismail / Business Name-protoplasm-sari character
302 – -: Alaa Mohammed Tahmaz / Homs-basement
303 – -: Alaa Yasser Sakr / Lattakia – Qardaha – Nniti
304 – -: Ali Al – Masri / Republican Guard
305 – -: Ali Ibrahim Hal M / Tartous-Banias – mean
306 -: Ali Abu Ghabra / Tartous – Banias – Blouse
307 – -: Ali Ahmed Al Ali / Homs – Talkel
– Baznaya 308 – -: Ali Ahmed Ismandar / Lattakia – Jblah – Bissein
309 – -: -aan sun
310 – – Ali Badi Hamada / Business Name-protoplasm-Germanic
311 – – Ali Haji Hammadi / Aleppo
312 – – Ali Dove / Hama-Misyaf-residents pISTON
313 – -: Ali Saeed Boyth / Damascus-validity
314 – -: Ali Salameh Salama / Hama – Msaiaf – Bira Inventory
315 – -: Ali Salhab / Jamshuri guards
316 – -: Ali Suleiman Musa / Lattakia – Beit Yashout
317 – -: Ali Samir Merhej / Tartous
– Suhail Wassouf / Lattakia-Jabla-Gniri
319 – -: Ali Abdullatif Safo / Tartous-Banias-Tiru
320 – -: Ali IssamSaqour / Lattakia-Sar Casey
321 – – Ali AlaaEddin / State Security
322 – – Ali Fayez Al Mirza – Hama – HoratAmorin
323 – – Ali Fouad Shama / Tartous – Banias – Rural
324 – – Ali Kasser Al Qabawi – Homs – Qusair
– – Ali Kazemer / Homs – Shiites Kafr Abd
326 – -: Ali Mohsen Mohamed / Tartous – Abu Afsa
327 – -: Ali Mohamed Ahmed – the outskirts / Lattakia – Jibla – Bordan
328 – -: Ali Mohamed Assaad / Tartous
– – Ali Muhammad Mesto / Homs – Shi’a Al Abbasia
330 – -: Ali Mohamed Nasser / Tartous – Safita – Umm Hosh
331 – -: Ali Mahmoud Khalil / Homs – Reef
332 – -: Ali Morshed Ayash / Hama-Masiaf-Bareen
333 – -: Ali Mansur Khaddour / Homs – basement
334 – -: Ali NazihTurkiAkkari / Hama-Salhab
335 – -: Ali Yasser Sultani / Lattakia-Qardaha
336 – -: Ali Yahya Shahoud Al-Shawardi / Hama-Morc
337 – -: Ali Yusuf / Lattakia – Qardaha – Kalmakho
338 – -: Ali Yousef Assaad / Hama – Wadi El Oyoun
339 – -: Emad Ali Ali / Hama-el-Ghab
340 – – Imad Issa Naev Yousef / Homs-Khansa
341 – -: Ammar Khalil Alsalhani / Damascus-validity
342 – -: Ammar Ali Burini / Homs-hidden
343 – -: Omar intruder / Deir Zour
344 – -: Omar Rais / Business Name-Aoanh
345 – -: Omar Ahmed Friday / Kenitra-Khan Arnaba
346 – -: Omar Khaled Houry / Aleppo
347 – -: Omar DerghamAwad / Guard Republican
348 – -: Omar Samir intruder / Deir Zour
349 – -: Imran Khalid Awwad / Damascus – Zabadani
350 – -: Anad Darwish Darwish / Homs-Sweiri
351 – -: Anan Anwar Asad / Business Name-protoplasm-Hrahar
352 – – era AlgelohShalash / Damascus-cotton
353 – -: Issa Hassan Dripati / Business Name-Qngerh
354 – -: Issa wondrous / Hama-Misyaf-Jbesnah
355 – – : 358 – -: Ghassanfar Fahad Shahin / Tartous – Safita – Kfriha
356 – -: Ghareeb Al Mawly / Hama – Salmiya
357 – -: Ghassan Mustafa Rashid / Damascus – Nabek
358 –
360 – -: Ghyath Mohammed Melhem / Tartous-Sheikh Badr-Dlabh
361 – -: Fadi Amin Younis / Homs-Gananat
362 – -: Fadi Hanna Tohme / Damascus-Dwylah
363 – -: FadiCissé / intelligence air
364 – -: -: -: -: -: -: -: -: FadiAwad al-
366 – -: Fadi Younis Mohammed / Hama-Masiaf – SarayaHazour
367 – -: Fida Hassan Zahlout / Lattakia – Bassa
368 – -: Firas Salah Salama / Hama – Musayaf – Tarmaguia
369 – Carr
370 – -: Farhan AbboudShol / Business Name-protoplasm
371 – – Fahd Hassan Hassan / Hama-Misyaf-Dermama
372 – – Fahad Salah Zuayter / tenderness
373 – -: Fawaz Mahmoud Aqraba / Homs-new Oriental
374 – – : Faisal Bassam Macaiduc / Hama-appointed chrome-jungle
375 – -: the struggle of BadiAbdalbagi / endosperm
376 – – Kamal Abdullah Al Hammadi Attar / Homs-JouretShiah
377 – -: Corporal Colomoitsev / Russia
378 – -: Kokothkin LD / Russia
379 – -: Loskov / Russia
380 – -: Louay Zarif Driossi / Hama-p August-jungle
381 – – Mazen brave column / Hama-peaceful
382 – -: Malik Bassam Nasr / Damascus-Otaiba
383 – -: Maher Star / Hama-peaceful-Khunayfis
384 – -: Maher Chreiba / Business Name-park
385 – – Maher Abdullah – 38
– -: – Maher Merahj
/ Lattakia – Jablah – HarfMtour
388 – -: Maher Masoud / Lattakia – Jablah – Btmana
389 – -: Maher Musa al-Mahmoud / Quneitra-Golan-clan Al-Habul
390- -: Mamoun Mohammed Beqa’i / Damascus – Wadi Bardeh
391 – -: Majd al-Din al-Tahan / Damascus – Nahr Aisha
392 – -: Majd Nasser Yashouti / Tartous
– : Mohsen Mahmoud Mohamed Ali / Aleppo
394 – -: Mohsen Muhanna / Republican Guard
395 – -: Mohammed Hamoud / Ham -ekremh
396 – -: Mohammed Saleh / Guard Republican
397 – -: Muhammad Alkabkulai / Business Name-protoplasm-Kfrdbel
398 – -: Mohammed Ibrahim Ali / Hama-jungle-eye chrome
399 – -: Mohamed Ahmed Sobh / Business Name-protoplasm-appointed Oriental
400 – -: Mohamed Ahmed Silverline / Hama-peaceful
401 – -: Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed / Tartous-Dreikish-Saginaw
402 – -: Mohammad Asaad Ghosn / Damascus-Reef
403 – -: Mohammad Bassam Rajab Osman / intelligence air
404 – -: Mohammed Bakhri / Farka
405 – -: Mohamed Chech / Aleppo
406 – -: Mohammed Juma Al Rumaydeen / Aleppo – inhabitants of Jibla
407 – -: Mohammed Habib Hamdan / Lattakia – Qardaha – Nniti
408 – -: Mohamed Habib Khadour / Tartous-Dreikish-Dairuti
409 – Mohammed Hassan Al-Faqir / Damascus – Herna
410 – -: Mohammed Hassan Haj Hassan / Air Intelligence
411 – -: Mohamed Hassan Gnidi / Homs – Umm al-Dawali
412 – -: Mohammad Hussein Al-Hamdan / Hama-Mahershor
413 – -: Mohammad Hussein Al-Shayeb / Damascus-Otaiba
414 – -: Mohammed Hamami / Tartous – Banias
– Mohammed Khalil Jeroda / Tartous-regiment fasteners
416 – -: Mohammad Dawood / Homs-Alamadaba
417 – -: Mohammed Ibrahim destroyed / Tartous-Dreikish
418 – -: Mohamed Diab high / Damascus-kitten
419 – -: Mohamed Rabie Barakat / Damascus Square
420 – -: Mohammad Reza Mustafa Nasser Al -Shami / Damascus-Shiite neighborhood of the Secretary –
421 – -: Mohammad Saleem Aloguana / Damascus-industrial zone
422 – -: Mohammed Shaheen / Hama-peaceful
423 – -: Mohammad Shamsi Bribery of / Aleppo
424 – -: Mohammed Saleh Al – Ahmad / air intelligence
425 – -: Mohamed Sobhi Ali / endosperm-population offense Us
426 – -: Mohammed Adel Yassin / Tartous-Sheikh Badr-Brachin
427 – -: Mohammed Abdul Ghani / Business Name-protoplasm-Muthur
428 – -: Mohammed Abdul Karim Mohammed / Business Name-protoplasm-Mrdasih
429 – -: Mohamed Abdel – MoneimAbdeen / Guard Republican
430 – -: Mohammed Abdo Diab al – Homsi / Damascus-Qazzaz
431 – -: Mohamed Osman / Business Name-Qirdahh
432 – -: Mohammad Aziz Haddad / Business Name-denied the right-Samndel
433 – -: Muhammad Ali Rahma / Damascus-HeverFawqa
434 – -: Mohammad Ali Suleiman / Homs-Zahraa
435 – -: Mohammad Ali Mohammad Hasan Reza / Damascus-Shiite neighborhood Secretary
436 – -: Muhammad Ali Mamdouh Hawwarnh / intelligence air
437 – -: Mohamed Ammar pOTS / Damascus-Shiite Shaghour
438 – -: Mohammed Malik Rahmoun / Lattakia – Mazira
– Ruwaima 439 – -: Mohammed Mahmoud al-Kurdi / h Sucking – Tlalk – or two
434 – -: Mohamed Mahmoud Oghli / Tartous – Safita – Metras
441 – -: Mohamed Mustafa Houri / Damascus – Qazzaz
442 – -: Mohammed Mahdi Othman / Damascus – Beit Tima
– Mohamed Nabil Diop / Hama-jungle-Salhab
445 – -: Mohamed Naguib Omran / Tartous-Sheikh Badr-Alno.h
446 – -: Muhammad Nazar Novell / Business Name-protoplasm-towers
447 – -: Mohamed Noman Darwish / Tartous-Reef
448 – – Mohammad gull Shahin / Hama-peaceful-Jduah
449 – -: Mohammed Nouri Al – Junaid / Brigade Baqir
450 – -: Mohammad Nouri Mohammed / Homs-Al-Shinyah
451 – -: Mohammed Wissam Zakaria / Damascus-Baramkeh
452 – -: Mohammad Waseem Horda / Hama-Morak
453 – -: Muhammad Yasser Al-Khatib / Palestine
454 – -: Mohammed Yasser Battikh / Lattakia-intelligence Air
455 – -: Muhammad Yahya Al-Saheb / Damascus-Qatna
456 – -: Mahmoud Al-Khalaf Dahrouj – Al Bustan Association
457 – -: Mahmoud Bin Fahad Al-Alajati / Damascus – Field
458 – -: Mahmoud TayseerZaarour / Tartous – Rural
459 / Lattakia -DayatourDamsrkhu
460 – -: Mahmoud Saleh Abu Al-Hawa / Damascus – Kafr Sousse
461 – -: Mahmoud Salah Soldiers / Tartous – Khirbat Al-Hamam-Bazir
462 – -: Mahmoud Abdel Aziz Aboud / Lattakia – Jabla – Dalia
463 Ali Mohammed / Tartous-Banias-keen
464 – -: Mahmoud Ghazi Ekhalo / h
sucking cornea-
465 – -: Fayez Mahmoud Suleiman / Idlib-Marhamshh
466 – -: Mahmoud Fahd rig / Damascus
467 – -: Mahmoud Mohammed Barber / Hamah- Misyaf-Baarin
468 – -: Mahmoud Mohamed Hamou / Republican Guard
469 – -: Mourad Shri Daraa-Reef
470 – -: Transmitter guide Ibrahim / endosperm-image
471 – -: Mari Ali Hamidi / tenderness
472 – -: slender Habib Abboud / Homs-oak forest ,
473 – -: Marwan Khaddara / Damascus-Rural
474 – -: Mustafa Saleh / Damascus -mekhem.s.senb
475 – – Fayez Mustafa Murad / Damascus-Yafour
476 – – Matar Ahmed , Secretary / Homs-Furqlus
477 – -: Moataz Kamal Munther / endosperm
478 – -: Ali Mekdad / Damascus meze 86
479 – -: Mamdouh Haytham Abul-Laban / Hama-Reef
480 – -: Munther Ali Hamouda / Lattakia – Qirdaha
481 – -: Mehran Muhammad Hamisho / Lattakia – DaaturDamsrkhu
482 – -: Muhannad Hasan Al – Issa / Homs – Zahra
483 –
Military intelligence 484 – -: مهندعزيزحسن / Lattakia-Fakhoura-Terme
485 – -: مهندعليحسن / Tartous- A row
488 – -: مهندمحمودعز
العدين / دمشق – Solidarity 487 – -: مهندمنصورسليم / لاذقية
– داثور 488 – -: مهيبمحمودعبدالعزيزيوسف / حماة-مسياف-دوير Sheikhs
489 Contact Us Archive Top All times are GMT +4.
490 – -: Mireniukov in / Russia
491 – -: Milad Adnan Khalil / Tartous-Dreikish-Mamoura
492 – -: Nader Faisal Al-Qanabani / Swaida
493 – -: Nasser Darwish / Damascus-Otaiba
494 / Hama-Misyaf-KafrKamra
495 – -: Nizar Abdul Rahman Greens / Hama-peaceful-Alshahyb
496 – -: honest Hisham Sorour / Homs-fortress
497 – -: NasibKamel al – Saadi / endosperm-residents Jaramana
498 – -: Naseem Adnan Awad / Homs-Shin-Jablaya
499 – -: Nassim Ali Sulaiman / Tartous-Safit A-Bchbat
500 – -: Naseem dozy / Tartous-Cadmus
501 – -: Naseem star Alabdo / Damascus
502 – – Nashwan Mohammed oil / Business Name-Video
503 – -: Nidal Ahmed Sheikh Hussein Mana / Hasaka
504 – -: Nidal Ahmed Indian / Damascus
– 505 – -: Noor Adel Khel / Suweida – Residents of Jarmana 508 – -: Hani Ibrahim Salloum /
Hama – 505 – – Nader Mohammed Nader / Lattakia – Nahr al-Bared – الغاب 509 – -: هانيطالبجعفر / حماة-مصياف-بارين 510 – -:: هيثممحمدالريني / Tartous-Reef 511 Contact Us Archive Top All times are GMT +3. 513 – -: Waseem Ibrahim Diop / Lattakia – Kursana 514 -: – Waseem Ahmed Al-Marai / Homs-Shinniyah

515 – -: handsome life peaceful / Dara
516 – -: Wasim Mohammad Yousuf / Hama-Misyaf-Chmish
517 – -: handsome Nawras Ibrahim / Hama-Misyaf-Baarin
518 – -: handsome WafiqZfor / Homs-Fahil
519 – -: – 52 – – -: William Khadr, Hama-Masayaf-Bareen 522 – -: Waleed Mohammed Hijazi / Damascus – Baghdad Street 522
– -: Waleed SulaimanQandouha / Qahtani 520 – Barakat / Hama-Misyaf-Sighata 524 – -: William Essam Khader / Tartous-Banias-Tnita 525 – -: William Ali / Hama-Misyaf-guarded 526 – -: Yasser Hussein Kablawi / Damascus-airport road 527 – -: Yasser Zeravih / 525 – -: – Yasser Mohammed Al-Qasim / Homs – Hamarat 529 – -: Yaseen BahgatTohma / Republican Guard

530 – -: Yamen RajehAscol / Intelligence air
531 – -: Yahya Adel Ghayad / Damascus-Beit Tima
532 – -: Yahya Mohammed Yusuf / Regiment Hadi
533 – -: Weighing Mehrez / Guard Republican
534 – – weighing Nasser Kurd / Homs -ekremh-Valley gold
535 – – expresses Fahd ‘s sons / Hama-Misyaf-Taonh
536 – -: Youssef Habib Ibrahim / Business Name-protoplasm-body
537 – -: Yusuf Khirfan / Hama
538 – -: Youssef Suleiman Barakat / Business Name-Qirdahh -ruizh
539 – -: Youssef EssamDahrooj / Damascus-River Aisha
540 – -: Youssef Mahmoud public / Business Name-protoplasm-Zama
541 – -: Yusuf HashimAbboud / Business Name-protoplasm-Pettmana
542 – -: Yehoshua lion Shaaban / to Azqah- Jiblah-Zuhairat
543 – -: YusehNazihHarfoush / Homs-Al-Sayid
544 – -: Younis Al-Abdullah / Aleppo
545 – – Younis Mohammed Al-Khalil / Hama-El-Ghab-Asilah

*Statistical data from 1-1-2018 until 15-3-2018, by Mona Yocef

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