Aleppo provincie is bevrijd – de Westerse media is stil

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20-02-20 12:20:00,

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Sa’adallah al-Jaberi plein in Aleppo centrum was afgelopen dinsdag getuige van een massale volksbijeenkomst ter ere van de overwinningen van het leger en het bevrijden van dorpen en steden van terroristen, rond het noordelijke deel van Aleppo.

Eindelijk, na bijna negen lange jaren van oorlog en terrorisme bevrijd het Syrische leger het ene na het andere dorp en stad in de provincie Aleppo en zal binnenkort ook Idlib bevrijden. Dit tot, naar het lijkt, het ongenoegen van de Westerse media en politiek. De politiek is muisstil, op een paar politici na en de pers die schrijft en zend de ene leugen na andere uit, met waanzinnige verhalen over plunderingen van soldaten, 300.000 vluchtelingen of zelf getallen van een miljoen worden genoemd, ook wordt het aloude verhaal over gebombardeerde ziekenhuizen en scholen weer opgedist. Natuurlijk kunnen de NGO’s (gesponsord door het Westen) niet achterblijven en schrijven brandbrieven.

Er wordt totaal aan voorbij gegaan hoe blij de Syrische bevolking is dat zij eindelijk bevrijd zijn van terroristen van Jahbat-al-Nusra, Tahrir-Hayat-as-Sham en de Turkistan partij, die bestaat uit 90% Oeigoeren uit China, waar de Westerse pers zulke groteske verhalen over hebben dat ze in kampen zitten etc.. Zou kunnen, maar over de radicalisatie van velen die in Syrië zijn wordt niet over gesproken.

Het meest schunnige aan deze verhalen is dat er bijna niet een journalist, mediabedrijf daadwerkelijk aanwezig is in Aleppo of de rest van Syrië, misschien in Idlib, maar die werken samen met bovengenoemde terroristische groepen, gretig aanvaard als de ” waarheid” voor Westerse kranten.

De journalist Robert Fisk heeft in het verleden al veel “onwaarheden” uit de wereld geholpen, door daadwerkelijk wel aanwezig te zijn in Syrië , Iraq en Libanon etc., maar deze wordt verguisd door de Westerse pers en politiek, een natuurlijke oorzaak, de Westerse politiek is totaal onbetrouwbaar geworden als het om de “waarheid” over oorlogen en wapenleveranties gaat.

Robert Fisk, de journalist die al jarenlang in het Midden-Oosten woont en werkt, als eerst de Sabra en Shatilla mensenmoord (gedode Palestijnen . georkestreerd door Israël ) documenteerde. Aanwezig aan het front van de burgeroorlog in Libanon en meetrok met het Syrische leger,  » Lees verder

Rebuilding Aleppo: Before & after PHOTOS show reconstruction of key Syrian sites

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26-07-19 11:52:00,

Syria’s ancient city of Aleppo was filled with bustling markets and historical buildings before it was engulfed in the devastating conflict. Now, before and after photos show progress in rebuilding its war-torn sites.

The reconstruction challenge is stark: In December 2018, the UN cultural agency UNESCO said 10 percent of Aleppo’s historical buildings had been destroyed, and as much as 60 percent of the Old City, a World Heritage Site, was severely damaged.

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After Damascus regained control over the whole city in 2016, some restoration work began – however, significant progress has been hindered from outside. While allies like Russia, Iran, and China have made investments in the country, reconstruction efforts have been complicated by sanctions imposed on President Bashar Assad’s government by Western countries.

Some locals finally began to enjoy the fruits of their labor by the end of March, when an Armenian church, Forty Martyrs Cathedral, hosted its first mass. Restoration work on the 14th century church began more than a year prior to bring it back to its former glory after it was damaged in April 2015 during shelling. 

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Major progress can also be claimed by those involved in the effort to return the city’s incredible historical markets to their former glory. 

Severely damaged Great Mosque of Aleppo, UNESCO World Heritage site, is being restored to former splendour with Russian help – and the rest of Syria will be restored, too! pic.twitter.com/ggp3kL3p2A

— Alexander Yakovenko (@Amb_Yakovenko) November 25, 2017

Citizens have also taken to the streets, quite literally, to lend a hand in efforts to rebuild and reconstruct their city.

Young men and women in Syria’s liberated Aleppo literally work day and night to restore the war-torn ancient city to its former state.

A continuing triumph over jihadist terrorism that mainstream media refuses to cover. pic.twitter.com/4u8q1JrlP2

— Sarah Abdallah (@sahouraxo) October 4,

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Aleppo Rebuilding its Infrastructure, 1216 Projects Since Eliminating Terror

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24-07-19 07:52:00,

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As hundreds of thousands of Aleppo residents returning to their homes since the Syrian Arab Army and its allies cleaned it from US-sponsored terror, the infrastructure must be rehabilitated and whatever needs to be rebuilt must be completed at the earliest, Aleppo has managed to complete 1216 projects in this sector.

These projects to rehabilitate and rebuild the infrastructure of Aleppo include and not limited to the drinking water network, sewage system, buildings for public schools, clinics and health centers, and bakeries, the irrigation system, and road light poles which use alternative energy.

Meanwhile, over 3.3 million cubic meters of rubble and 5700 destroyed vehicles have been moved out of the neighborhoods. 47 roundabout, road crossing, and tunnel have been lightened, beautification of the roads and installing 4402 poles for lights in Aleppo city and its countryside.

The bridges of Al-Shaar and Al-Haj have also been rehabilitated, and over 1 million square meters of roads have been paved with asphalt.

248 projects of paving roads and rehabilitating buildings and industrial zones, traffic control systems in Aleppo were completed so far.

This helped more than 15000 industrial and handicraft facility to resume work after years of closure due to the years the area was under terrorist control and the destruction the terrorists left behind them. The government-support of the industrial sector in Aleppo saw the restoration of 7 public industrial facilities. 565 facilities are now in production in Sheikh Najjar Industrial Zone. 112 projects were executed in this zone alone which included rehabilitating and maintenance for the water, electric power, sewage, and roads infrastructure.

A government report by the special ministerial committee assigned to rebuild Aleppo’s infrastructure stated the above and added that it has established a special center to cater for the families of the martyrs killed and those wounded by the terrorist attacks and to deliver special services to help them in their needs.

The committee established a center for local development assigned responsible for arranging finance for small projects in Aleppo’s countryside in coordination with the Syrian Development Trust.

76 public and private bakeries were completed and are in the production phase already,

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Aleppo: Glorious Rebuilding, Despite Illicit Western ‘Sanctions’

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19-07-19 07:57:00,

Manufacturing returns to Aleppo.

Aleppo is currently engaged in massive rebuilding, reconstruction, and returning to its former beauty. Despite the wretched and illicit ‘sanctions‘ imposed by the same colonial states which have funded and armed terrorists and then criminally bombed the country, the city is engaged in the resurrection of beauty and creativity.  

In al-Sheikh Najjar Industrial City, almost 600 factories have restarted production, and another 250 are undergoing rehabilitation. From SANA:

Aleppo, SANA-The number of the facilities which have been put into service again and started production in al-Sheikh Najjar Industrial City in Aleppo reached up to 565 facilities and currently 250 other facilities are being rehabilitated to put them back into service.

Industry Ministry Eng. Mohammad Maan Zain al-Abdin Jazbieh toured al-Sheikh Najjar Industrial City and inspected the reality of the work of facilities in it and the stages of production at them.

Director General of the General Establishment for Cement and Building Materials Dr. Ayman Nabhan, in a statement to SANA, said ” Certain parts of the Arab Cement Company on which heavy damages were inflicted at the hands of terrorists  and which went out of service are now being rehabilitated.”

Director-General of Homs Dairy Company,  Eng. Mohammad Hammad said that the production will be resumed at the diary factory in Aleppo over the coming months after repairing the machines which have been destroyed at the hands of terrorists.

Head of al-Sheikh Najjar Industrial City Hazem Ajjan,  said in a similar statement that the industrial water will be put into service again as the processes of pumping started to Aleppo and from it to the industrial city.
He added that the project of the fairgrounds will be also launched at the industrial city and it will be carried out soon.

In a statement to journalists, Industry Minister said that the industrialists have started to invest their facilities in a notable way, and they receive all the required support and attention by the Government.

He added that the facilities which have been put back into service enjoy a diversity of their products in the textile, chemical and food sectors.

Syrians are rebuilding the souks, torched by degenerate FSA terrorists in February 2013.

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Aleppo nicht vergessen

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22-04-19 09:55:00,

Syriens Christen erinnern an den Ostertagen an zwei verschleppte Bischöfe. Mor Gregorius Yohanna Ibrahim, Erzbischof der syrisch-orthodoxen Kirche, und Boulos Yazigi, Erzbischof der griechisch-orthodoxen Kirche, waren am 22. April 2013 auf dem Weg zu Verhandlungen über die Freilassung eines entführten Priesters bei Aleppo entführt worden. Nach sechs Jahren bangen Wartens gibt es immer noch kein Lebenszeichen von den beiden. Der Bamberger Erzbischof Ludwig Schick bittet nach seiner Rückkehr von einer Syrien-Reise darum, die Menschen in dem kriegszerstörten Land nicht zu vergessen. Von Rüdiger Göbel.

Als Vorsitzender der Kommission Weltkirche der Deutschen Bischofskonferenz war Schick erst in der vorvergangenen Woche mit einer Delegation in Syrien, um Kriegsopfern und den Kirchen in dem Land ihre Solidarität auszudrücken. Vier Tage war er mit dem für internationale Angelegenheiten zuständigen Bischof der Polnischen Bischofskonferenz, Erzbischof Tadeusz Wojda, in dem vom Krieg gezeichneten und zerstörten Land. Zur Reisegruppe gehörten auch der Leiter von Caritas International,  Dr. Oliver Müller, und der Direktor der Caritas Polska, Pfr. Marcin Izycki. Die Gruppe hat vor Ort mehrere Caritas-Projekte besucht, für die die Bischofskonferenzen beider Länder eine gemeinsame Schirmherrschaft übernommen haben. Durch die Hilfsmaßnahmen erhalten Familien im stark zerstörten Ostteil von Aleppo Nahrungsmittel und Güter des täglichen Bedarfs. Kinder, die während der jahrelangen militärischen Kämpfe um die von islamistischen Kampfgruppen besetzten Bezirke keine Schule besuchen konnten, bekommen die Möglichkeit, ergänzenden Unterricht zu besuchen, um Grundkenntnisse in elementaren Fächern Arabisch, Englisch und Mathematik zu erlangen. Ein Mikrokredit-Projekt vermittelt Darlehen für den Aufbau von Handwerksgewerbebetrieben.

 

Auf der Homepage des Erzbistums Bamberg und im Weltkirche-Blog von katholisch.de hat Ludwig Schick seine Eindrücke aus Syrien ausführlich geschildert. Die kirchlichen Nachrichtenagenturen KNA und epd haben in mehreren Meldungen und Interviews über die Reise berichtet. Eine einfache Google-Recherche zeigt: Nicht eine deutsche Zeitung hat die Informationen des Bamberger Erzbischofs aufgegriffen und die Informationen aus erster Hand weitergegeben.

 

Zu den prägendsten Eindrücken in Syrien habe gehört, so Schick, „wie stark sich die Christen vor Ort für die ärmsten und schwächsten Menschen im Land einsetzen“. Die Projekte, die er und seine Gruppe in Aleppo hätten besuchen können, „lassen eine tiefe Nächstenliebe spüren, die in die ganze Gesellschaft ausstrahlt. Darüber hinaus haben wir gehört, wie Pfarrer, Ordensfrauen und Ordensmänner auch in extremen Situationen während des Krieges bei ihren Gemeinden ausgeharrt haben.

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