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  • Kokoshagi Hotel Guests

    The groups continue to converse without reaching a final conclusion. Then, suddenly, the smuggler enters the main door of the hotel and everyone looks at him to inquire about the date of the journey, price, safety, and what it will be like.


  • The Transplanted Heart

    “Under the generous patronage of the health caregiver, Mr. President Hafez al-Assad, and under the instructions of the Health Minister, the first heart transplant surgery will be done tomorrow morning for a citizen of the Syrian Arab Republic. This comes as an unprecedented national accomplishment and a product of the glorious Corrective Movement (Al Haraka Al Tashihya).”


  • The Syrian Dilemma and the Euclidean Plane

    Let us wonder, for example, what if someone believes, while in anger, that what he sees in the mirror is not a reflection of his own image, but another person who wants to do evil things and cause him harm. Here we, or he, has two choices; to either feel afraid and run away or feel more anger and take on the challenge and attack the enemy and retaliate.


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