Ministry of Education (Syria)

Government ministry office of the Syrian Arab Republic, responsible for education in Syria.

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Michel Aflaq in 1963

Michel Aflaq

Syrian philosopher, sociologist and Arab nationalist.

Syrian philosopher, sociologist and Arab nationalist.

Michel Aflaq in 1963
Aflaq as seen in the late 1930s
Aflaq (front row, first from right) with the leaders of the 14 July 1958 revolution in Iraq, including Khaled al-Naqshabendi (front row, left), Abd as-Salam Arif (back row, second from left), Abd al-Karim Qasim (back row, third from left) and Muhammad Najib ar-Ruba'i (back row, fifth from left).
Aflaq (right) with al-Hawrani, as seen together in 1957
Aflaq and Salah Jadid in 1963, shortly after taking power
Ahmed Hassan al-Bakr (left), the Regional Secretary of the Iraqi Ba'ath branch, shaking hands with Aflaq in 1968
Michel Aflaq in conversation with Saddam Hussein in 1988.
Aflaq's coffin carried by Saddam Hussein and Izzat Ibrahim ad-Douri
Aflaq's theoretical contributions have been met with mixed reactions

Al-Atassi established a national unity government, and Aflaq was appointed to the post of Minister of Education, the only government post he would ever hold; he held it from August to December 1949.

Sami Droubi

Syrian politician, career diplomat, writer, translator, university professor and philosopher.

Syrian politician, career diplomat, writer, translator, university professor and philosopher.

Droubi (first from left) with Presidents Nureddin al-Atassi (second from left) and Gamal Abdel Nasser (third from left) at Droubi's Cairo home, 1968. The three children are Droubi's son and two daughters

He briefly served as Education Minister in 1963.

Ali Saad (minister)

Dr. Ali Saad (علي سعد) (b.

Dr. Ali Saad (علي سعد) (b.

Damascus, 1953) is a former Minister of Education in Syria, an Elected Member of the Central Committee, and a member of the Baath Party.

Darem Tabbaa

Syrian veterinarian and politician.

Syrian veterinarian and politician.

He became Education Minister in 2020.

Saleh al-Rashed

Saleh al-Rashed (صالح الراشد) (born 1964) was the Minister of Education of Syria between 2011 and 2012.

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Mahmoud al-Ayyubi

Syrian-Kurdish politician born to a prominent political family in Damascus, Syria.

Syrian-Kurdish politician born to a prominent political family in Damascus, Syria.

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He served as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Education from 1970 to 1971 in the Hafez al-Assad Government.

Turkish occupation of northern Syria

The Turkish Armed Forces and its ally the Syrian National Army have occupied areas of northern Syria since August 2016, during the Syrian Civil War.

The Turkish Armed Forces and its ally the Syrian National Army have occupied areas of northern Syria since August 2016, during the Syrian Civil War.

Situation in 2014. Turkey proposed to establish a safe zone in Syria between Kobane (pink) and Afrin (light blue) for several years.
Turkish soldiers and Syrian National Army fighters at the building in Afrin that had hosted the PYD-led government of Afrin Region, 18 March 2018
Mosque in Azaz
Since the start of its intervention in Syria, Turkey has striven to rebuild destroyed areas under its control (pictured: devastated neighborhood of al-Bab) and restore civil society.
Fighters of the Syrian National Army in 2016
Turkish and U.S. soldiers conduct the joint patrol outside Manbij, 1 November 2018
SDF-controlled territory (green) and Turkish-controlled territory (red) in October 2019

Several schools have been restored or newly built, with their curricula partially adjusted to education in Turkey: Though the curricula of the Syrian Ministry of Education still provide the basis, certain parts have been modified to fit the Turkish point of view in regard to history, for example replacing "Ottoman occupation" with "Ottoman rule".

Children's University Hospital - Damascus

Pediatric hospital in Damascus, Syria.

Pediatric hospital in Damascus, Syria.

It is public hospital under the Syrian Ministry of Higher Education and affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine at Damascus University.

Al-Bassel High School for Outstanding Students

Al-Bassel High School for Outstanding Students

The first high school established in Syria to provide secondary education exclusively for superior students.

The first high school established in Syria to provide secondary education exclusively for superior students.

Al-Bassel High School for Outstanding Students

The Ministry of Education created a school in each province, dedicated for high achieving students; each school includes middle and upper levels, starting with the academic year (1998–1999) according to specific criteria for admission.

Natural gas burner on a natural-gas-burning stove

George Haswani

Syrian-Russian businessman who owns the HESCO natural gas production company.

Syrian-Russian businessman who owns the HESCO natural gas production company.

Natural gas burner on a natural-gas-burning stove

All that is known about him is that he obtained a doctorate degree from the former Soviet Union in 1979, from a grant from the Syrian Ministry of Higher Education, for which he worked as a professor in the Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, before he was appointed director of the Baniyas refinery for a short period, to leave the position and establish HESCO.