Syrian students, teachers struggle in...

Syrian students, teachers struggle in Lebanon

There are 1 comment on the The Daily Star story from Dec 28, 2012, titled Syrian students, teachers struggle in Lebanon. In it, The Daily Star reports that:

RAFID, Lebanon: For the 150 or so Syrian students enrolled at the Rawafed School in the Western Bekaa, little has changed in terms of academics: they are taught their home country's curriculum by Syrian teachers.

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Rtloder

Sydney, Australia

#1 Dec 29, 2012
Is there no depth to which the reprobate who wrote this slander won't go to justify murder, maiming and wanton pillage with lies and deception. Damn you and curse your existence with the suffering you cast on the innocent, being reflected back at you, stinking coward. Syrian Society was free and independent compared to Qatar, where a man has just received a life sentence for criticising some swine of royal blood.
These are the prayers the article speaks about, prayers to the evil vermin, nothing to do with religion. Prayers replacing the National Anthem, prayers you pig what do you know about prayers, the only prayer the author of this article is the prayer paying homage to lies.

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