BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:40 P.M.) – The Syrian hero, Fadlullah Muqallad, 104, passed away in the Sweida Governorate on Wednesday, locals in the provincial capital reported this afternoon.

Muqallad was known all over the country for his gallantry against the French forces that occupied Syria from 1918-1947.

Muqallad’s most famous feet took place on May 29th, 1945 when he tore down the French flag from the Sweida Castle and replaced it with the Syrian flag.

According to locals in Sweida, Muqalled’s services were held, today, in his hometown; it was attended by many religious and political figures.

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Daeshbags Sux
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LOL!
It wasn’t an occupation, it was a mandate from the Society of Nations, which was put in place after the Ottoman Empire collapse!
The plan was from the start to create an independent Syrian state!
Please do not transvestite history!

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Oh, the same way you created states in Africa for Africans! Africa thanks you especially beheaded Algerians!

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Current Muslim world view blocks out reasons and causes that they created themselves so that they can pose as victims. Algerians beheahed French and pieds noires too. Both sides committed atrocities. Algeria and the other states of the North African pirate coast (Barbary Coast or Berber Coast) became targets – of expansion – because of the Muslim pirate depredations of the Mediterranean Coasts and ships. p.s. Did You know that the US Marine corps was founded for that reason. Because Muslims constantly broke the peace and raided all passing ships. And that the word razzia was borrowed via Italian and… Read more »

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No it was not a mandate. The so called mandate was a sham. The Entente had no right to occupy the land of their WW I Arab allies. They had no right to sell land to the Zionists for getting loans to win a war. The land was not theirs. The Entente and their in-club called League of Nations created the bed for the rise of Hitler and dozens of wars.