Sunday, April 01, 2018

Some Tweets from Sarah Abdallah

Some Tweets from Sarah Abdallah:

  • From the coastal, serene Syrian city of Latakia, Orthodox Palm Sunday is observed happily and peacefully today. This is the Syria we know and love. 🇸🇾 ❤️
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    Qimle Maren (Christ is Risen in Aramaic). to Christians around the world from Iraqi Christians. celebrate in Nineveh Plains, .
  • Syria’s scouts march through the streets of Damascus for a beautiful Orthodox Palm Sunday celebration today at the Holy Cross Church.
  • Happy Easter from Syria’s liberated, terrorism-free Aleppo. 🇸🇾 ❤️
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    Are you ready? This is all the data Facebook and Google have on you
  • On the occasion of Catholic Easter, Syria’s First Lady visited the St. Paul Monastery in Damascus today, meeting with orphans, nuns and the elderly. File this under things you won’t be seeing on CNN this weekend.
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    Multi-cultural would not exist if the had not destroyed the NATO+Saudi gangs. Thank you .
  • In Pictures: Syrians peacefully commemorate the Easter Vigil tonight at the Saint Elias Cathedral in Syria’s Aleppo. Had Al-Qaeda not been defeated, we wouldn’t be seeing this celebration.
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    🇸🇾 é Risorta La luce trionfa sulle tenebre! Celebrazione della di Stasera nella Chiesa Greco Cattolica di S. Demetrius ad Aleppo
  • Ecuador urged to reverse ban on Assange using internet and having visitors “If there is no freedom of speech for Julian Assange, there is no freedom of speech for any of us — regardless of the disparate opinions we hold.”
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    Iraqi Christians hold masses thru-out Iraq, from Basra to Baghdad to Nineveh Plains. In Middle East Christian cultures everything else shuts down in the communities during the weekend, as all prepare and gather to celebrate the most important days of the year.
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    Sad and tragic. But remember that UK troops have no legal grounds to be on Syrian soil – no UN Security Council resolution, no request from Damascus, not even a Parliament approval.
  • Today from the Saint Elias Cathedral of Syria's Aleppo, which was freed from ISIS and Al-Qaeda jihadists in December 2016, Syrians peacefully observe Good Friday Mass. Think CNN, MSNBC or the BBC is providing coverage? Nope.
  • From Syria’s liberated Aleppo today: Syrians peacefully observe Good Friday Mass at the Saint Francis Cathedral, free of ISIS and Al-Qaeda jihadists.
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    Sorry haters. Division is going out of fashion. Unity is back in.
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    This weekend please pray for peace and an end to the war in . & other minorities will be decimated if jihadists are allowed to takeover or the war continues, as some governments are pushing for.
  • Thousands of Iraqi Christian families returned home to Iraq’s Qaraqosh to celebrate Palm Sunday for the first time in 4 years following the defeat of ISIS terrorists. You’d think such a beautiful sight would make headlines in the mainstream media. (Photos via )
  • “There's Only One Word To Describe Assange's Internet Being Cut Off – Pathetic The fact these gov’ts are so terrified of a guy holed up in an embassy tweeting his political opinions tells you how weak & insecure these gov’ts really are.”
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    "Support The Troops" doesn't mean actually supporting them at all. It's an empty platitude designed to shame war critics & shut down anti-war dissent. Support the troops by demanding an end to war.
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    It's bizarre for a country to grant someone political asylum, then condition it on being barred from communicating with the outside world. Makes a mockery of asylum. Once proudly defiant, Ecuador is now depicting itself as rather subservient to the west
  • Cool. Does Oprah plan on asking the “Crown Prince” why Saudi Arabia beheads more people than ISIS, finances jihadists all over the world and starves and bombs children in Yemen? 🤔
  • Now why is it that Syria’s Aleppo is of no mainstream media interest when it is rising again with its citizens cleaning and rebuilding their city after the defeat of ISIS and Al-Qaeda jihadists? 🤔 (Photos via )
  • We also have a duty to stand up and speak out against war criminals who believe it was “worth it” to starve more than 500,000 children to death.