The Iranian presidential plane landed in Damascus last week, carrying President Ibrahim Raeisi, accompanied by a large government delegation, in the first visit of an Iranian president to Syria in 13 years.
The timing of the visit seems to be the most important of all, without diminishing the importance of the agreements signed between the two countries, and the transition of cooperation between them to economically advanced stages, after its security and political contract was completed, during the years of war.
Meanwhile, Martyr Khader Adnan concluded his journey of pain, closing the record of his life full of struggle with an epic testimony in which he died of hunger, just as Imam Hussein died in the desert of Karbala, thirsty.
This world is a summer cloud... and when were the clouds a decision? This is what Martyr Khader once shouted at his enemies at the top of his lungs, reassuring this time that his West Bank has recovered, opening the way for the free people after him to complete the path he paved for them.
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