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Friday, July 29th, 2016

Argentina Accepted Syrian Refugee

Source: Télam July 15, 2016

La joven refugiada Siria llegó a la Argentina

Hannen Nasser, de 24 años, la primera siria refugiada que es fotógrafa y traductora, llegó el viernes por la noche al Aeropuerto de Ezeiza donde fue recibida por familiares con quienes había contactado a través de Internet.

La joven es fotógrafa y traductora y fue recibida esta noche en el Aeropuerto de Ezeiza por sus familiares e integrantes de la Asociación Arabe de La Pampa, donde se instalará en la localidad de Parera.


Young Syrian Refugee [woman] arrived in Argentina

Hannen Nasser, 24, the first Syrian refugee who is a photographer and translator, arrived on Friday night to Ezeiza Airport where he was received by relatives with whom they had contacted over the Internet.

She is a photographer and translator and was received tonight at Ezeiza Airport by their families and members of the Arab Association of La Pampa, which will be installed in the town of Parera. … (Read More)

Translation was chiefly by translation app.

Ezeiza Airport is Buenos Aires’ main airport, outside the city itself, officially called Ministro Pistarini International Airport, in the town of Ezezia.

Friday, August 15th, 2014

Bolivia’s Evo Morales’ Stupidity


Posted on YouTube: August 15, 2014
Original Video posted on YouTube August 13, 2014

Note: I only translate the first 10 seconds. The rest of the translation was in the original.

This is coming from TeleSur, a transnational network started by the late Hugo Chavez. The network is Venezuelan controlled; and is sympathetic to Iran and Palestine, while hostile to Israel.

I post this here to show that Israel has lost Latin America for the most part,chiefly by neglect.

Friday, January 31st, 2014

Arab TV Chile


YouTube – Jan 28, 2014

A Chilean-Arab Channel: ARABTV

They claim about one half million Arabs live in Chile, which is probably a bit understated. 800,000 – or 5% of Chile – would be more accurate.

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