The Syrian expatriate writer Yacoub Murad continues through his novel "Truth .. I want to see the sun" in his search for the facts that were hidden by the tools of the war on Syria and revealed its lies and absence of reality.
The novel, which was organized by the Arab Cultural Center in Abu Rommaneh in cooperation with the new Dar Delmon for printing, publishing and distribution, included a signing ceremony with the meanings of the terrorist war and conspiracies woven against the Syrian people and the long-term harm, through sincere national sentiment.
A documentary about events in European countries with the author and his body in his novel, including an attempted kidnapping of individuals involved in the plot against Syria, was shown during the ceremony.
Writer Daoud Abu Shakra, who presented the ceremony, saw that the novel reflects the state of great belonging to the homeland and daily living because of the pain, considering that the novel puzzling critics in the classification of literary as it has won a number of races in one book.
The novelist Jacob pointed out in a speech that the novel is a documentary and deals with crimes that occurred outside Syria committed by those involved in the plot in their plans to target Syria and undermine its reputation, pointing out that these tried to target him several times because of his counter-terrorism.
Afra Hadba, director of Dar Delmon, spoke of the need for private publishing houses to contribute to documenting the terrorist war on Syria and transferring it to the world.
The head of the Cultural Center, Rabab Ahmed, considered that the fiction work is important because it monitored the repercussions of terrorism and conspiracy against Syria abroad and the Syrians stand against it in the expatriate, proving their loyalty and belonging to the country.
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