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Anton Saadeh – The birth of a leader, the birth of a nation

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Anton Saadeh, son of the Lebanese town of Choueir, was born there in 1904 and went out from his hometown to a high school in the city of Cairo, and soon he emigrated in 1919 to the United States of America and from there began the journey of heroism lurking in the heart of a resistance against all kinds of colonialism that always aimed to tear apart the foundations of the nation The one.

Between Brazil and the United States of America… From the homeland to the homeland the dream of independence crystallized.

On the shores of Arab and international newspapers, Anton Saadeh’s articles landed loaded with political ideas that were sufficient to gather the nation’s diaspora together in the face of those who wanted to tear it apart into states and then states.

Therefore, Anton Saadeh’s words did not know silence, but rather he ascended to the throne of the pulpits of thought so that thought would be associated with action.

The forced residency could not stop the leader … the threats did not change his thoughts … the prisons did not intimidate him … rather, these challenges restructured the heroic resistance within the leadership strategy.

From among the fangs of the mandate and the men of special interests, Anton Saadeh emerged as the leader of a belief that has proven itself and established the original meaning of the nation, and today within what we see in terms of division within the homeland and within what we see of the dispersion of the Syrian nation, the leader’s belief shines with all the facts and facts translated into the leader’s words and in all languages.

Here we are now in a time of so-called paper tournaments … whose heroes are made of paper and their accomplishments are made of paper that do not exceed the decoration of words on lines mined by discrimination and personal interest. Differentiation.

The leader’s belief attracted all those who believed in a country that did not recognize borders and did not make difference an excuse for fighting and overcoming challenges in order to complete the dispersal of the country.

The leader always believed in a homeland inhabited by the people of glory, and the pride of the homeland was always a high culture, ignorant of the lords and sons of division.

Today, in light of challenges and tragedies, we need to adhere more and more to the leader’s belief, because it is the lifeline for all without discrimination.

Today we are in dire need of one community, one livelihood, and one nation.

We have faced challenges from within and without, and you will face us today and tomorrow many emergency events that we may not have witnessed before because the date of the second coming of the faith has approached, so it is either we or we are not.

(Practice heroism and do not be afraid of war, but fear failure)

The leader’s birthday was a feast of glory, a feast of resistance, and a symbol of strength

Today, the birth of the leader has become the birth of an indomitable nation, because its children continued despite facing death.

The birth of the leader is renewed by you, O sons of glory.

Long live Syria, and long live the leader

And you lived the sons of the homeland of glory

Janette Alkousa

The pen is her constant friend, and through some of her writings she gained the trust of Mr. Tannous, who saw in her the right person, as he found her cultural distinction and believed that she would complete a thirty-year-old cultural career. As for the principle that it chose to complement it (far from politics, close to home).

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