الاثنين، 6 نوفمبر 2017

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Syria Traditions

Remember that it is currently not advisable to travel to Syria.

Religions and beliefs

The regime did little to promote political diversity. But it also seems that pan-Arab nationalism, abused by the selfishness of various countries, has caused too much disappointment not to be gradually dismissed as an imported ideology. The ideal in vogue is rather that of a large state welded by Islam - the Ottoman Empire, for example, whose nostalgic are increasingly numerous ... Supporters of a state referring to Islam the Muslim Brotherhood was persecuted and expelled from the country in their time.
In the meantime, in the absence of other landmarks, everyone comes back to anchor their identity in what is most visceral: belonging to their religious community. Although Islam is the official religion, Syria lays down the principle of religious tolerance and freedom of worship. There is a majority of Muslims (Sunni 70%, but also Shiites, including the Alawite sect in power), a minority of Christians (about 10%) and a handful of Jews.

Muslims

If Muslims make up 87% of a growing population, they have generated, like Christians, an infinite number of groups ...
- Sunnis: we find the orthodox trend of Islam at all levels of social life.
- Alawites: the influence of the "partisans of Ali" greatly exceeds their number (10% of believers). Apart from the al-Assad family, some of whom have been appointed to key positions, the Alawites now form the over-equipped nucleus of armed units to fight the "inner enemy". Beautiful revenge for a community that was reserved not so long ago, the poorest land and the most obscure jobs ...
- The other Shiites (Druze, Ismaili and Yazidis) make up less than 5% of the population.

Christians

Despite sustained emigration, about 10% remains, atomized into a dust of sects. This diversity results from two series of splits. The first occurred around 451, following the Council of Chalcedon, on the occasion of doctrinal differences. The second from the 16th to the 19th century, on the question of fidelity to the pope of Rome.
The majority of Christians are Greek Orthodox. Many live on the coast. There are also Roman Catholics and Armenian Orthodox, especially in Damascus and Aleppo.

Jews

Not easy to be Jewish in Syria ... even though this community, which has always been part of the Middle Eastern landscape, has invariably been deaf to the sirens of Zionism. For these traders, artisans and teachers, the only way out was total allegiance to the regime in place.
They emigrated en masse as soon as they received permission (1992). From 50,000 Jewish souls in the early twentieth century, there remains today only extremely few, and practically in Damascus.

Savoir-vivre and customs

Dress code

Wear a proper outfit, including a T-shirt covering the shoulders. Men can easily put on shorts, but you are immediately respected if you wear pants.
For women, always have their shoulders covered (even if the arms are bare) and a pair of trousers or skirts falling well below the knee. The simplest is the pants.
Even if Syria is a Muslim country not at all fundamentalist, it is advisable to respect a dress code. It avoids being looked at with curiosity, even concupiscence. This is especially true in the countryside or small towns, much less in Damascus, Aleppo, Latakia or Tartus.
Girls who go swimming in the Mediterranean will avoid the string and even the two-piece. But anyway, they will not go unnoticed ...

invitations

If you are invited to have tea, coffee, smoke hookah or if you are offered a cigarette, it is, in principle, without ulterior motive. Syrians have a great sense of hospitality. In the other direction, if you smoke, offer a cigarette to your interlocutor is a gesture very appreciated.
Warning: remove your shoes when you visit a mosque or when you enter a house where everyone is barefoot.

Ramadan

During this period, it is quite possible to eat "Western", the tourist restaurants normally serving. That said, avoid eating or smoking on the street before sunset. Nobody will tell you anything, but it's a simple matter of respect for others.
Similarly, for alcohol, be discreet and wait for the night to drink, in your hotel for example.

If you are denied entry to certain religious sites at certain times, do not insist.

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