Syrian Comedian Treka on Developments in Syria

Treka and I sat down on September 22 to discuss recent developments in Syria, from 2011 to 2018, beginning with discussing the horrific massacre of civilians in Sweida recently.

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Kidnapped women and childen from #Sweida, held by #DAESH for two months. This video is said to be 11 September and negotiators are still trying to rescue them. 200 of their family members were murdered in July. The US occupation of #Syria (e.g. at al Tanf) allows safe haven for these terrorists.

Christians Celebrating The Exaltation of the Holy Cross in Maaloula By Treka Zn

Maaloula: Eid al Celib, Festival of the Cross, Mass

Festival of the Cross

Damascus 60th International Fair 2018 by Treka Zn

Syrian MP Fares Shehabi on Damascus International Fair

60th Damascus International Fair: glimpses

FSA” Terrorist Mortars on Damascus, Apr 2014

The Terrorism We Support in Syria: A First-hand Account of the Use of Mortars against Civilians

Caught in a lie, US & allies bomb Syria the night before international inspectors arrive

OAN Investigation Finds No Evidence of Chemical Weapon Attack in Syria

Syrian civilians from ground zero expose chemical hoax

Douma Medical Student Testimony Contradicts Mainstream and White Helmets Chemical Accusations

Tim Anderson:
20 schools in Douma re-opened two weeks ago. 1,400 girls are in this one. Under the Saudi-backed ‘Jaysh al Islam’ all schools were closed, commandeered by the armed groups.

Life in Old Aleppo, around the historic Citadel

Return of peace to Douma

Jaysh al-Islam Tunnel Labyrinth in Douma, Syria

Daraa Priest, Father Gerges Rizk, on What Really Happened in Daraa 2011

Dr Amer Ghantous on Lies Around Daraa 2011

Talk With American-Syrians in Latakia, part 1

Talk With American-Syrians in Latakia, part 2

Discussion with Aleppo Syrian in Beirut

Mhardeh: Shadi Shehda on his murdered children, mother, and wife, killed by terrorists in Idlib–e5c&t=1s

4 thoughts on “Syrian Comedian Treka on Developments in Syria

  1. Very good discussion by both of you. So glad you were able to post this one. The fact that Teka can still maintain his sense of humor, his humanity, even during all of that devastation and challenge, shows that both he and the Syrian people cannot be defeated, as their hearts and souls are unconquerable. Thanks for posting. 🙂

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