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as I told you before in this video I am explaining the differences and what should you do when you go to visit a syrian family I hope you like it and tell me your opinion about it FIRST VIDEO : https://youtu.be/EFfnhLrHMwg MY FACEBOOK ACCOUNT : https://www.facebook.com/Mohamad.Alayoub97 MY FACEBOOK PAGE : https://www.facebook.com/dialect.syrian.arabic
Travel video about destination Syria. Syria is an ancient country of culture located between the Mediterranean and the desert. Its ancient desert metropolises, old villages, impenetrable fortresses and biblical harbour towns have witnessed the rich and fascinating history of bygone times.Damascus is the capital of Syria and symbol of culture in the Near East and located a hundred kilometres from the Mediterranean coast. The Kalaa Citadel is situated on the periphery of the old town that was once surrounded by huge walls and it was from there that Saladin fended off the attacks of the Crusaders. The Khan As´Ad Pasha is often referred to as being the most beautiful caravansary in the Near East. Its inner courtyard is covered by eight mighty and partly painted cupolas each of which is support...
Sources Used: http://www.pilotguides.com/articles/syrian-food-four-courses-of-heaven/ Pictures were from google images (type Syrian foods) https://www.google.com/search?q=syrian+foods&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS709US709&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi0-PDepZ7TAhUE6iYKHXXNAncQ_AUICigD&biw=1366&bih=662 Bab El- Hara https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjh3dBt9I3s&t=196s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1OWuliee6x8
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Syria is a traditional society with a long cultural history. Importance is placed on family, religion, education and self-discipline and respect. The Syrian's taste for the traditional arts is expressed in dances such as the al-Samah, the Dabkeh in all their variations and the sword dance. Marriage ceremonies are occasions for the lively demonstration of folk customs. The scribes of the city of Ugarit ( modern Ras Shamra ) created a cuneiform alphabet in the 14th century BC. The alphabet was written in the familiar order we use today like the English language, however with different characters. Archaeologists have discovered extensive writings and evidence of a culture rivaling those of Iraq, and Egypt in and around the ancient city of Ebla ( modern Tell Mardikh ) . Later Syrian scholars a...
The Syrian music scene, in particular that of Damascus, has long been among the Arab world's most important, especially in the field of classical Arab music. Syria has produced several pan-Arab stars, including Asmahan, Farid al-Atrash and singer Lena Chamamyan. The city of Aleppo is known for its muwashshah, a form of Andalous sung poetry popularized by Sabri Moudallal, as well as for popular stars like Sabah Fakhri. Television was first introduced to Syria in 1960, when Syria and Egypt (which adopted television that same year) were part of the United Arab Republic. It broadcast in black and white until 1976. Syrian soap operas have considerable market penetration throughout the eastern Arab world. Nearly all of Syria's media outlets are state-owned, and the Ba'ath Party controls nearly...
In a Sky News segment discussing the conviction of Anjem Choudhury, English PEN's Robert Sharp warns of the "culture of anxiety" that has arisen due to the UK Government's approach to extremism and terrorism. Earlier this year a woman was detained by the police and questioned under terror laws after she was reported for reading the the PEN supported book 'Syria Speaks' (Saqi Books).
Syria is a traditional society with a long cultural history. Importance is placed on family, religion, education, self-discipline and respect. The Syrians' taste for the traditional arts is expressed in dances such as the al-Samah, the Dabkeh in all their variations, and the sword dance. Marriage ceremonies and the birth of children are occasions for the lively demonstration of folk customs.
Learning to Care What happens when refugees settle down and start a new life? How is their culture different compared to Dutch culture? What are the similarities between Dutch and Syrian culture, and what can we learn from each other? “Learning to Care” will reframe the widespread zero- sum perception and to bridge the gap of the ‘us’ versus ‘them’ mentality. There is no ‘us’ and ‘them’, there are just problems that need to be solved. And these problems can be solved if we collaborate, coordinate and start to care for each other. We are more similar than we are different. Learning to Care aims to produce videos that combat stereotypes of refugees coming to the Netherlands and to Europe in general.
The interactive installation Bruch (in engl.: crack) makes visitors feel the destruction of millenniums-old artifacts and therefore Syrian cultural history itself. A lone showcase is situated in the middle of the room - its glass destroyed, its content missing - highlighted only by a dim spotlight. Mirroring the shape of the showcase, gauze screens are positioned within some distance around it. Visitors walking towards the real showcase are thereby entering another, virtual scenario made out of gauze on which virtual glass is projected. Upon entering, the glass begins to crack at the position of the visitor. If they come closer to the gauze screen it breaks, revealing images of destroyed artifacts and buildings, illicit excavations and videos of Daesh destroying cultural artifacts. Thre...
Supported by Ministries of culture, information and social affairs, a number of NGOs, including the Syrian Trust for Development, organized an event to promote the role of women, particularly those who were displaced or have lost their loved ones in the ongoing war on Syria.
Children in one of Aleppo's schools are beginning to get back to regular classes, which include an educational programme about Russia. Footage from the school shows pupils drawing the Russian and Syrian flags together as a symbol of friendship between the two countries, Friday. Video ID: 20170127- 015 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Keep up-to-date with the latest news, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/AFP-subscribe For decades, Kurds have been severely marginalised in Syria, with many not even given Syrian nationality and forbidden from speaking their language. Follow AFP English on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AFPnewsenglish Latest news on AFP English Twitter: https://twitter.com/AFP Share your top stories on Google+ http://bit.ly/AFP-Gplus
The Kamloops Immigrant Society, in conjunction with the Syrian Canadian Council of BC, held a special presentation on December 18 to educate people in Kamloops about Syrians, Syrian culture and the history of Syria including the conflict that has taken place. This video is the opening presentation which was followed in the afternoon with an open panel discussion. Special educational presentations were made by Nader Abdullah and Abdulrahim Othman the Syrian Canadian Council of BC. More information can be found through the following details and links: Kamloops Immigrant Services 448 Tranquille Road, Kamloops, BC V2B 3H1 Graham Specht Diversity Outreach Coordinator Ph: 778-470-6101 FB: Diversity Kis Twit: @DiversityKam http://www.immigrantservices.ca Syrian Canadian Council of BC (SCC of B...