The opinion-poll experts pointed out that the overwhelming number of respondents cited themselves patriots of the country. The Syrians stressed that they would not have left their country, even if they had such an opportunity. People are exhausted by the war, so often they expressed the desire to live in a strong state with functioning public institutions. […]
Despite the fact that in the city there are still so many economic and housing problems and the city is suffering from the lack of jobs, the government successfully coped with the restoration of water supply and electricity. The security of the locals is now guaranteed by the Syrian Arab army (SAA) and the authorities are currently restoring communications including the airport damaged as a result of the invasion of opposition fighters, Al-Nusra and ISIS.
According to Zhirayr Reisyan, among the inhabitants of Aleppo gradually returning to the country from Armenia, Lebanon, Europe, the United States and Canada there is a large number of ethnic Armenians. […]
In his meeting with Defense Secretary Mattis, however, this report says, Defense Minister Shoigu stated that Russian military forces operating in Syria would not make such distinctions about which American “entity” should be retaliated against (either US military or CIA), and his warning that all of them would be targeted—and that caused the key American military base in Syria’s southwestern desert region (Zeqaf Base) to be rapidly abandoned and destroyed by fleeing US military forces and their Islamic terror allies, and further battlefield reports showing the American’s are rapidly planning to abandon and destroy their Al-Tanf Base in Syria too. […]
Syrian President Assad himself, this report details, exposed this “critical flaw” in US foreign policy in 2015 when he stated: “Western propaganda has, from the very beginning, been about the cause of the problem being the president. Why? Because they want to portray the whole problem in Syria lies in one individual; and consequently the natural reaction for many people is that, if the problem lies in one individual, that individual should not be more important than the entire homeland. So let that individual go and things will be alright. That’s how they oversimplify things in the West.” [And that’s why the media deceives the public into thinking that all of our problems, from sexism to racism, can be fixed by removing President Trump.] […]
An intriguing Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today states that for the first time since President John F. Kennedy sought to destroy the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) over its disastrously failed Bay Of Pigsplot to overthrow the Cuban government in 1961, President Donald Trump has, likewise, moved against the CIA in destroying its Islamic terrorist “private army” in Syria—while at the same time US military forces continue to pour into this region under Russian air force protection. […]