For more than 6000 years, the Syrian Love Day has been yearly celebrated every April 11.
"I slept more than once among the corpses of young men dying in the evening," Al Faqeer's goes on to say.
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.’
“The Syrian despot can in any case boast of having transformed his country into the first narco-state worthy of the name in the Middle East.”
An elderly man sitting on the balcony of his bombed home in Homs, Syria was posted on YouTube
There is no water in the camp. They cannot take showers, nor can they wash their hands after visiting the toilet.