How to make the best of a bad situation
The road to Damascus is getting a bit bumpy.
A few weeks ago, a few of the roads leading to the capital were closed.
Today, the roads are still closed and traffic is heavy.
The road has become an even more congested and dangerous situation as a result.
The situation has become so bad that we are now considering calling for a shutdown of the entire road network, which has been in place since September 10.
There is a simple answer to this.
There is no other way.
I was born in Damascus, but I grew up in Beirut.
If I had to pick a favorite road in Syria, it would be the M4.
In Damascus, the M3 is considered to be the best road.
It has been a staple of my daily commute since childhood.
But in Lebanon, it is often considered the worst road.
Since October, roads have been in danger of collapsing, as many Lebanese have reported being hit by debris or blown into the air.
“It’s a real nightmare,” said one resident of the city, speaking on condition of anonymity.
“We have had road closures for days and have no idea what is going on.”
The road is considered a top priority by the government.
“There are only a few bridges over the border that can handle a normal traffic flow,” the mayor of the northern city of Arsal told Al Jazeera.
“But it is so dangerous to drive in this situation, so the government decided to close the whole road.”
The Syrian government, however, has made a point of keeping the roads open.
Roads are inspected daily, and if there are problems, the government is notified.
On Thursday, an explosion happened in a car, injuring a number of people.
The cause of the explosion has not been established.
The government has been cracking down on traffic in the past, and the toll is rising.
The number of traffic accidents has increased from one to three times as many a month since the start of the civil war, according to the Ministry of Interior.
The toll has also increased since the end of the war, with more than 40,000 casualties, according the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
For many Lebanese, the road to the city of Homs has become a sort of deathtrap.
There are no bridges or bridges across the border, which is one of the reasons why the city has experienced more traffic accidents in recent years.
Lebanon’s Ministry of Transportation estimates that traffic has dropped by 20 percent in the last two years.
A lot of people are stuck on the M1, which takes them through the countryside.
Drivers are also complaining that they are unable to drive because of the dangerous traffic conditions.
A driver was killed by a car on the road during the height of the traffic jams.
As of now, there is no information on how the government plans to close all roads in the capital.
It’s unclear how long the shutdown will last.
The government has not yet released a timeline for when it plans to reopen the roads.
While Lebanon’s government has had some success with shutting down roads, there are signs that the situation is not as easy for the Syrian government as it once was.
A number of roads in Syria have been damaged during recent months, and many Lebanese are still waiting for the situation to improve.
Many Lebanese are also blaming the Syrian authorities for the increasing traffic accidents.