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Gen. Afif Al Bizri

 The Thinker and the Fighter for Freedom

Yusra Al Ayoubi

On the fiftieth anniversary of the unification between Syria and Egypt, here is the story as told by General Afif Al Bizri

The United Arab Republic

Manuscript about UAR by Gen. Al-Bizri

Typed copy of the UAR manuscript

Interview to Al Manaber magazine, Beirut, 1989

Interview with Malik Mufti, Damascus, 1991

The story of the unification


Yusra homepage


Yusra Al Ayoubi & Friends

Photo Gallery


Biography up to 1940

The United Arab Republic

11 January 1958


The historical researches and to this day, when treat us fairly and acknowledge our leading role in the establishment of civilisations, focus on the glory and beauty of these civilizations.  Such focus is fair and true however neglects an important aspect behind this beauty and this glory. It ignores the struggle of our people and our continuous and bitter suffering in order to correct the direction of the human progression ever twisted and deformed by greed, and to build a civilisation that benefits everyone and offers faster and wider steps on the path of development.  The man of the primary sources of our Arab Nation, raised by the monotheist revolutions to the rank of religious sanctity; the respect of righteous and truthful ideologies that liberate men from the lies and apathy of paganism and the greed of pagans.  This research objective is to shed the lights on this important aspect of our nation history.

Short Stories:

Suffering Children

A Mother's Letter

The Meeting

The Mona Lisa's Smile


Arabic Operas

Witness to an Era:

Syria the Green Island of Freedom

Liberation inside imperialists cage

The Nasiriah

The Daily of 1982 Israeli Invasion of Lebanon


In this book General Afif Al Bizri wrote about events, that he personally initiated or witnessed, during the 50s of the past century.  Syria the Green Island of Freedom was published as a series of monthly articles, which appeared in the Falestin Al-Thawrah magazine over two years between 1989 and 1990


Orange Orchard

Valley of The Shadows

Homes without Men

Hope of Mirage

The Bewitched Chair





Broken Bridge

Golden Heart



Human Societies System

The Nation of Civilisation and Jihad

Jihad in Islam

The American Militarism: the contemporary slavery fence

The Zionist Militarism after October War

Israel and the Arab Water

The Rise of the Arab Nation and the Roots of the Jewish People

The Armed Struggle



The Struggle of Man for Progress, poem


Many things in our world have been dramatically changed since the first publication of the Liberation inside Imperialists Cage by General A. Al Bizri in 1988.  We witnessed the collapse of the Soviet Union and Eastern block and the vast changes in our world order; however this book is still amazingly accurate to world events of today. The last heroic uprising of the Palestinians "Intifada" and the 11th September with their consequences have added even more value to its contents.

Liberation inside imperialists cage is a book incorporates political analysis with the personal memories of a man who was actively involved in the making of the great events that followed World War II and shaped the modern history of the Middle East. It also connects the history of Palestine tragedy with the current events in the region. This book is written in the distinguished style of Gen. Al Bizri with his forecasting view, deep analysis, humanitarian attitude and strong message.


The Musical Harmony of The Arabic Poetry

Israel from Slavery to Imperialism

Religion in the Middle East

Women through Time - Research



Nostalgic Poems


Poems Translation

Of Bread and Guns

Ras Shamra Tablets

The Death of Sohrab

The Dragon

Poor Folk (Fedor Dostoevsky)

Great Operas

The Great Pianists

Macmillan Backed Syria Assassination Plot

Documents show White House and No 10 conspired over oil-fuelled invasion plan

Ben Fenton - Saturday September 27, 2003
The Guardian

Nearly 50 years before the war in Iraq, Britain and America sought a secretive "regime change" in another Arab country they accused of spreading terror and threatening the west's oil supplies, by planning the invasion of Syria and the assassination of leading figures.

Newly discovered documents show how in 1957 Harold Macmillan and President Dwight Eisenhower approved a CIA-MI6 plan to stage fake border incidents as an excuse for an invasion by Syria's pro-western neighbours, and then to "eliminate" the most influential triumvirate in Damascus.

The plans, frighteningly frank in their discussion, were discovered in the private papers of Duncan Sandys, Mr Macmillan's defence secretary, by Matthew Jones, a reader in international history at Royal Holloway, University of London.

Although historians know that intelligence services had sought to topple the Syrian regime in the autumn of 1957, this is the first time any document has been found showing that the assassination of three leading figures was at the heart of the scheme. In the document drawn up by a top secret and high-level working group that met in Washington in September 1957, Mr Macmillan and President Eisenhower were left in no doubt about the need to assassinate the top men in Damascus.

The document, approved by London and Washington, named three men: Abd al-Hamid Sarraj, head of Syrian military intelligence; Afif al-Bizri, chief of the Syrian general staff; and Khalid Bakdash, leader of the Syrian Communist party.

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