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George Tuma

George Tuma is the publisher and chief editor of Medical & Cosmetic Arts Magazine; specialist in Spirituality, Health, and Healing; an Instructor of Electro Cosmetic, Therapy and a Practioner of Holistic Medicine, (Complementary and Alternative). He has published several articles in scientific journals.

Homs: A hub of energy vortexes

"it was in #Syria that the first human civilization was introduced to other peoples a million years ago," writes #BioEnergy expert #GeorgeTuma

The Syrian Miraculous Man of God

Do you know who the Syrian Miraculous Man of God is?

Apamea and Salamiyah: A legendary love story

"It is a story about a Syrian Princess’ love for her city, and a Syrian Prince’s noble and legendary love for her."

Analysis | Will Britain do it for Syrian refugees?

Will this plan of transferring refugees from Britain to Rwanda prevent people from crossing the English Channel?

Syrian collective memory as a way of resurrection

"Syrians have appropriately formulated their collective memory in accordance with the chronological timeline of historical events," writes Dr Tuma

Opinion | Nazih Abu Afash: Writing poetry in support of dictators

"The history of poetry will not forgive Abu Afash for his praise of the massacres and the dictators who committed them," writes George Tuma.

Are fleeing-death Syrians all over the world homeless?

Those Syrians who your governments thankfully host have been classified in the official records as refugees or homeless.

Agatha Christie’s Syria

"I love that gentle fertile country [Syria] and its simple people who know how to laugh and how to enjoy life," writes Agatha Christie.

Syrian Love Day: Oldest celebration of love in history

For more than 6000 years, the Syrian Love Day has been yearly celebrated every April 11.

Culture | Syria’s Palmyra: The miracle kingdom

The name Palmyra appeared in the Babylonian manuscripts found in the Kingdom of Mari in eastern Syria. Its name means ‘the country of the resisters’ in the Amorite language, which is one of the dialects of the Aramaic language in which Palmyra means ‘the invincible country.’

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