Shaar oil field back with the Syrian Army soon

Official Syrian news channels just announced that the Syrian Army was able to regain control of most of Al Shaar oil field that the ISIS attacked and seized control over it few days ago.

Getting back this oil field is very important to the Syrian people as it feeds most of the electricity stations that supply Homs and Damascus.

Soon it will back to the Syrians and the blackouts will stop 

Gunaah ka bhoj jo gardaan pai hum utaa ke chale

Khuda ke ahge khijalat se, sar jhuka ke chale

Milla jinay unay ustaad-e-gi se aauj mila

Unhi nay khayi hai tauhkar, jo sar uta ke chale

Anees, daam ka bharoosa nahi, tehr jao

Chiraag laykay kahan samne hawa ke chale?

— Mir Anees

#Syria : this child’s face tells you all you need to know about Assad’s reforms.

A frightened child stands in the street after a Syrian government artillery shell destroyed his family home in the Shaar neighbourhood of Aleppo, on October 13, 2012. Syria’s army retook control on October 14, 2012, of a historic mosque in second city Aleppo after fierce clashes with rebels in and around the area, a military official and an observer group said. (Zac Baillie/AFP/Getty Images)

Sons of the father
Damian, Skaar and Daken …..sons of three of the most well known heroes in comic industry ( Batman, Hulk and Wolverine respectively). Are they destined to rule the earth after their fathers have died? will they take up the mantle and fight the good fight? or will they try to tear down want their fathers have tried so hard up hold any chance they get? 

At this point Damian is trying to do the right thing somewhat by becoming Robin and assisting in his father’s crusade against crime. However he still has that assassin’s mentality and would kill where his father would not. 

Daken has proven that he is the total opposite to Wolverine and he is willing to do what it takes to end his father. No father/son bonding has gotten through to him but his goals are clear, destroy his father and build an empire unheard of. 

Skaar came to earth to kill his father for the death of his mother and the destruction caused on his home world. Giving the chance and the resources Skaar would have destroyed the earth to achieve his goals however he has taken to the side of good (for now).

These three are just examples of the children some heroes produce that can make this world a better place or bring it to it’s knees.


07/08/2012 Aleppo, #Syria *EXTREMELY GRAPHIC*: Leg amputation surgery was done to an injured civilian in Al-Shaar field hospital in Aleppo.

Rocket Fired from Gaza Hits Southern Israel - 26 May 2015

Air raid sirens sounded in towns across southern Israel Tuesday at 9:02 p.m. evening.
There are reports that as many as four rockets were fired from Gaza, and some residents of the south reported seeing Iron Dome missile defense batteries deploying to intercept the incoming rockets.
The IDF has now confirmed that at least one rocket fired from Gaza struck close to the city of Ashdod.
Sirens were heard in Ashdod, as well as numerous towns and villages bordering Gaza.
No injuries have been reported.
The border between Israel and Hamas-held Gaza has remained largely quiet since the end of Operation Protective Edge last summer.
But there have been intermittent attacks by terrorists, including mortar fire last month which hit an open area in the Shaar HaNegev region.
The IDF responded to that incident with tank fire directed towards the source of the rocket fire.

#Syria rebels say captured 100 troops: activists


Syrian rebels say they have captured 100 regime soldiers and militia members during fighting in the city of Aleppo in the north of the country, according to a video distributed by Syrian activists on Friday.

The video, which shows dozens of men in civilian clothing seated in a courtyard, was filmed by a man who describes himself as a member of the rebel Free Syrian Army.

The captured men tell the camera that they are members of the Syrian army and the “shabiha” pro-regime militia.

“I am Colonel Mohammed Rashid Mohammed al-Mhmeid… I was arrested at the entrance of Aleppo,” one of the men says.

“I am Captain Fuad al-Hosh, commander of the Aleppo police in Shaar district. I was captured when I left my post,” another said.

One man identified himself as a member of the shabiha, saying he was captured in Hanano in Aleppo and had “killed a demonstrator.”

Rebel fighters and Syrian troops have been massing in the city of Aleppo for a major battle that sources said could come as early as Friday or Saturday.

The two sides have already been battling in part of the city, including the southern Salaheddin neighbourhood.

Israel: Hasidic woman has first child at 65 - After 45-year wait, Bnei Brak resident gives birth to healthy baby boy - 19 May 2015

After over 45 years of marriage, a Hasidic woman gave birth to her first child on Monday morning at the age of 65.
Chaya Sarah Shachar became the delighted mother of a baby boy at the Meir Hospital in Kfar Saba.  
The baby boy is in good health, relatives said.
Shachar and her husband Shmuel had unsuccessfully tried to have kids since they got married at the ages of 19 and 21 respectively. The couple had sought fertility treatments as well as blessings from religious figures.
The proud parents, who are affiliated with the Nadvorna Hasidic dynasty, on Monday attributed the “miracle” to a blessing from their rabbi, who died three years ago.
Last year, a 61-year-old woman gave birth to her first son in Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Hospital. The woman, who had been pregnant with twins but lost the baby girl, at the time similarly attributed the rare occurrence to a blessing by the late rabbi Ovadiah Yosef.

It has been a year since Eyal Yifrach, Gilad Shaar, and Naftali Frenkel were kidnapped and murdered by Hamas terrorists. Today, more than a thousand people attended an emotional memorial service in their honor, as friends, relatives, and youth group leaders spoke about their memories of the three boys:

May their memories continue to be a blessing.

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瑞士盧加諾2015年6月1日電 /美通社/ – 歐洲腫瘤內科學會(ESMO)宣佈推出 ESMO Magnitude of Clinical Benefit Scale (ESMO-MCBS),這是一款用於協助腫瘤臨床醫生為其病人評估最為有效抗癌藥物的工具。


ESMO-MCBS 提供一種有效的結構化連續性方案,可「測量」藥物在臨床方面的重大療效。

以色列 Shaare Zedek Medical Center 腫瘤內科的 Nathan Cherny 表示:「眾所周知任何全新療法的價值取決於其臨床效果相比於成本的水平,但截至目前尚無測量這種水平的標準工具。」

歐洲腫瘤內科學會主席 Rolf Stahel 則表示:「隨著這家全球性組織致力於整個腫瘤社區的利益,我們關注於歐洲藥品管理局 (European Medicines Agency) 批准的部分抗癌藥物,但在開藥時沒有庫存或者費用太高。依託 ESMO-MCBS,我們以確定具有顯著臨床效果的藥物為目標,並且在歐洲進一步推廣,病人從而可以快速且輕鬆地獲得這些藥物。」

ESMO-MCBS 可用於公共政策決策等一系列環境,旨在制定並提高日常臨床情況下的臨床指南。

來自荷蘭格羅寧根大學 (University of Groningen) 醫學中心腫瘤內科兼 ESMO-MCBS 任務組聯合主席 Elisabeth G.E. de Vries 說:「在沒有測量臨床效果水平標準方案的情況下,來自各種研究的結論和建議通常飽受爭議。」

de Vries 還說:「採用這種測量標準將減少有關臨床效果聲明會被扭曲的可能性。」

羅馬尼亞克盧日納波卡 Cancer Institute Ion Chiricuta 日間醫院部負責人、歐洲腫瘤內科學會董事、ESMO Emerging Countries Committee 主席兼 ESMO European Consortium Study on the Availability of Anti-Neoplastic Medicines 聯合項目負責人 Alexandru Eniu 稱:「作為歐洲腫瘤內科學會持續整合腫瘤學各個方面工作的一部分,我們認為可突顯新藥最佳臨床效果的工具加上對病人是否可以獲得並有能力負擔這些藥物的快速調查將為腫瘤社區提供有用的深刻見解,旨在進一步推動癌症治療向前發展。」

倫敦國王學院 (King’s College London)Kings Health Partners Integrated Cancer Centre 及其 Institute of Cancer Policy 的 Richard Sullivan 評論時表示:「ESMO-MCBS 是可展現出重大公共政策對癌症治療重要性的首個重要舉措,有助於為適當使用有限公共與個人資源制定框架,從而實現具有成本效益的經濟型癌症治療。」


i think i’m going to dress Shaar up in alabaster filigree and morganite. only things deserving of my little princess

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ESMO Announces Scale to Stratify Magnitude of Clinical Benefit of Anti-Cancer Medicines

LUGANO, Switzerland, June 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – ESMO announced the publication of the ESMO Magnitude of Clinical Benefit Scale (ESMO-MCBS), a tool to assist oncology clinicians in evaluating the most effective anti-cancer medicines for their patients.  


The ESMO-MCBS offers a rational, structured and consistent approach to ‘stratify’ a drug’s clinically meaningful benefit.

“While it is known that the value of any new treatment is determined by the magnitude of its clinical benefit against its cost, to date there has not been a standard tool for grading such magnitude,” says Nathan Cherny, Medical Oncology Department, Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Israel.

“As the international organisation committed to the interest of the oncology community at large, we are concerned about some anti-cancer medicines approved by the European Medicines Agency not being available or affordable to patients when prescribed,” says Rolf Stahel, ESMO President. “With the ESMO-MCBS, we aim to signal drugs with a large magnitude of clinical benefit which should be endorsed across Europe for rapid patient access.”

The ESMO-MCBS can be used in a range of settings, e.g. in public policy decision-making, to develop and/or improve clinical guidelines, in day-to-day clinical situations.

“In the absence of a standardised approach for grading the magnitude of clinical benefit, conclusions and recommendations derived from studies are often hotly disputed,” says Elisabeth G.E. de Vries, Medical Oncology Department, University Medical Center Groningen, University of Groningen, Netherlands, ESMO-MCBS Task Force Co-Chair.

“Application of the Scale will reduce the likelihood that statements of clinical benefit will be distorted,” de Vries continues.

“As part of ESMO’s ongoing work to integrate all aspects of oncology, we believe that a scale highlighting the most clinically effective new medicines plus a snapshot perception survey on the availability and affordability of existing medicines will provide useful insights for the oncology community to help move cancer treatment forward,” says Alexandru Eniu, Day Hospital Unit Head, Cancer Institute Ion Chiricuta, Cluj-Napoca, Romania, ESMO Board member, ESMO Emerging Countries Committee Chair, co-project leader of the ESMO European Consortium Study on the Availability of Anti-Neoplastic Medicines.

Richard Sullivan, Kings Health Partners Integrated Cancer Centre, King’s College London, Institute of Cancer Policy, comments: “The ESMO-MCBS is an important first step to the critical public policy issue of value in cancer care, helping to frame the appropriate use of limited public and personal resources to deliver cost effective and affordable cancer care.”

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Dramatic picture of little girl rescued from Aleppo rubble

Dramatic picture of little girl rescued from Aleppo rubble

U.N. envoy to Syria condemned Assad’s regime’s use of barrel bombs after deaths in Aleppo.

The U.N. envoy to Syria condemned the reported killing of more than 70 civilians by barrel bombs dropped by government helicopters on northern Aleppo province.

“The news of aerial bombing by Syrian helicopters on a civilian market area of the Aleppo neighborhood of Al-Shaar deserves the most strong…

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UN envoy decries Syria regime raids as dozens killed

Beirut (AFP) - The UN envoy to Syria condemned regime bombing of civilian areas as “totally unacceptable” after more than 140 people were killed in a day of heavy air raids.

Across the border in Iraq, pro-government forces pressed their operation aimed at sealing off jihadists who captured the city of Ramadi two weeks ago.

In Syria, barrel bombs dropped by President Bashar al-Assad’s helicopters killed 84 civilians, including children, in the northern province of Aleppo on Saturday, a monitoring group said.

“The news of aerial bombing by Syrian helicopters on a civilian area of the Aleppo neighbourhood of Al-Shaar deserves the most strong international condemnation,” UN envoy Staffan de Mistura said in a statement.

“The use of barrel bombs must stop,” he said. “All evidence shows that the overwhelming majority of the civilian victims in the Syrian conflict have been caused by the use of such indiscriminate aerial weapons.”

He said it was “totally unacceptable that the Syrian airforce attacks its own territory in an indiscriminate way, killing its own citizens.”

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said regime air strikes throughout Syria killed at least 141 people on Saturday, including 20 in a rebel-controlled village in northwest Idlib. 

It said 22 people were killed in raids on the northeastern jihadist-dominated town of Al-Shadadeh. 

Its toll did not include another 43 people – including fighters from the Islamic State group and their families – killed in a government raid on the same town. 

Air raids also killed civilians in Damascus, Deir Ezzor, and Daraa provinces, the monitor said. 

Syria’s conflict, which began in March 2011, has left more than 220,000 people dead and forced millions to flee.  

Several rounds of peace talks have made no headway and the UN envoy’s efforts to broker a ceasefire in the second city of Aleppo were rejected by rebel factions.

- ‘Indiscriminate methods’ -

Regime barrel bombs – crude weapons made of containers packed with explosives – have often struck schools, hospitals, and markets in Syria. 

But the toll from the Saturday raids, which also targeted a market in the IS-controlled town of Al-Bab, was among the highest.

“This is further shocking proof of the horrific and indiscriminate methods the Assad regime is using to kill and injure innocent civilians, including children,” said British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond.

The tactic of carrying out air attacks on built-up areas after battleground losses has become common practise for Syria’s regime, which ceded swathes of territory in May.

“The regime has always dropped barrel bombs in this war, but it is intensifying its strikes believing it can compensate for territorial losses,” said Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman.

His group has documented reported 17,000 barrel bombings by the Syrian regime since October.

Aerial raids continued on Sunday, with three civilians killed in a second barrel bomb attack on Al-Bab. 

Syria’s state news agency said eight civilians were killed when “terrorists fired rockets on the Al-Aathamiyeh neighbourhood in Aleppo." 

It also reported that 27 civilians were killed and dozens more injured when a bush fire spread to a local clinic in the northeast Hasakeh province. 

- IS advances in Syria -

Following defeats in Idlib’s provincial capital and at a massive military base nearby, government forces also lost the ancient city of Palmyra to IS on May 21. 

The jihadists demolished Palmyra’s notorious government prison on Saturday, razing what was for decades a symbol of abuses against regime opponents. 

IS also seized a major checkpoint at a crossroads south of Palmyra on routes leading to Damascus as well as Homs to the west, the Observatory said.

"The road is now open (for IS) from Palmyra to Anbar province in Iraq, without any obstacles,” said Mohammed Hassan al-Homsi, a local activist. 

IS consolidated its gains in northern Aleppo province, overrunning rebel-held villages near Turkey. The two-day clashes killed 31 rebels and 22 jihadists, according to the Observatory.

It also advanced to within four kilometres (less than three miles) of northeast Hasakeh city, leaving at least 15 regime forces dead. 

Despite recent losses, Syrian Prime Minister Wael al-Halqi on Sunday pledged the army would “liberate every foot of Syrian territory” from the jihadists. 

In Iraq, government troops and allied paramilitary forces on Saturday retook an area west of Ramadi, captured by IS two weeks ago.

But Human Rights Watch accused Iraqi authorities of blocking thousands of families from escaping violence in the mainly Sunni province of Anbar.

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