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In this iconic painting, the Arabic language has been combined with English and the ancient Phoenician cuneiform to create a smile by design. In this iconic painting, the Arabic language has been combined with English and the ancient Phoenician cuneiform to create a smile by design. We hope that smile stays on the faces of all good people and lovers who realize that art uplifts people and nations.

In Syria, 2,500 years ago, the phrase “Do not offend a god you do not worship” was engraved on the rock of the Syrian temples of Palmyra. This phrase was carved into the rock by our Palmyrene ancestors. And before that message… 5,000 years ago came the message of the Syrian god “Baal”: “Break your sword… and take your shovel… and follow me to sow peace and love in the liver of the earth.” They are Syrians and Syria is the center of the earth.” Perhaps it was written as a message to future generations to teach them the spirit of love and peace. In Syria, about 3500 years ago, in Ugarit, a center of civilizational radiation, the first integrated and comprehensive alphabet was found, the people of which were distinguished by the achievements of writing, which contributed to the dissemination of science and knowledge, and made reading and writing possible for everyone accessible and not limited to rulers or priests.

We want the country of Syria for every Syrian without discrimination or exclusion or marginalization, no matter how fallacious the pretenses. We want Syria that harmonises with all its components to create a symphony of love and development, to put a smile on its children’s faces and hope through the eyes of its youth. So do not offend a god you do not worship, smash your swords and bring your shovels…

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