Reports

December, 2014

  • 29 December

    An Australian woman flees to Syria to marry ISIS terrorist

    London, SANA- A young Melbourne woman has reportedly ran off to Syria to marry an Australian playboy Mahmoud Abdullatif who has joint the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria “ISIS” ...

  • 29 December

    The astrolabe, a part of Syria’s scientific history

    Damascus, SANA – Archeological discoveries and historical documents from various eras show a persisting interest in astronomy among Syrians throughout the stages of history, going as far back as the ...

  • 28 December

    Syria celebrates Arbor Day with national work plan for protecting forests

    Damascus, SANA- Syria is celebrating Arbor Day by carrying a number of forestation campaigns which target areas and sites damaged by terrorism. The Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian devised a ...

  • 27 December

    Foreign Jihadis increased in the fight in Syria.

    London, SANA- Fighters from overseas are increasingly dominant – and sometimes resented – force in the fight in Syria, The Guardian reported.  Muhammad no longer recognises his country. The former ...

  • 25 December

    Former Guantanamo detainee released by the US in 2006 is now recruiting for ISIS

    London, SANA, A terror leader whom the United States released from the Guantanamo prison in 2006 has sent at least 2,500 jihadis from Saudi Arabia and some from Yemen to ...

  • 24 December

    Jordan confirms warplane crash in Raqqa, ISIS capture of the pilot

    Amman, SANA – An official source at the General Command of the Jordanian Armed Forces confirmed on Wednesday that one of its warplanes crashed near Raqqa city in northeastern Syria. ...

  • 23 December

    ISIS sexual abuses driving captive women to commit suicide, Amnesty says

    Baghdad, SANA – Amnesty International said the sexual abuses committed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) against abducted women, including from Iraq’s Yazidi minority, are driving these ...

  • 19 December

    Israel’s boundless support to terrorists laid bare for all to see

    Beirut, SANA – New media information revealed that up to 1400 terrorists who were wounded in Syria have been treated at the expense of the Israeli War Ministry in a ...

  • 14 December

    Two Australian women travel to Syria to become terrorists’ brides

    London, SANA- The British Daily Telegraph newspaper revealed on Sunday that an Australian teenager and a 20-year-old woman have become the first Australian women to flee to Syria to become ...

  • 13 December

    Annual Fall Exhibition opens at Khan Asaad Basha

    Damascus, SANA – With the participation of 140 artists and showcasing over 300 art pieces ranging from photography to painting and sculpture, the Annual Fall Exhibition opened on Saturday at ...