I read your Gov't pulled the plug on the interweb in 2011 and so your access is extremely limited still. Sorry for your losses. You have many skills to share the world. Stackexchange is more popular but primitive micro-manager in its moderation, I guess is nothing compared to the syrian electronic po1ice.
I am afraid it is more complicated than this.
Most of the time, if not always, it is the other side which apologizes, in one way or another, for not being able to open its door(s) for me in order to avoid breaking the rules of... its free world And this started to happen clearly since after the horrible event on 9/11/2001.
I recall now how, about 4 years ago, I was surprised for being able to register in a forum which is related directly to a well-known big American company. It is professional in manufacturing, since long, advanced analog ICs (I even got from it, many decades ago, many interesting application books). So, I had the idea to offer them, as a gift, my work about the simple reliable DSB-SC demodulator (since it could also be made as integrated circuit. IC). And, I just asked them, being professional, to let me know if they found my work useful or not. You cannot imagine what happened next and what sort of reply I received Well, I simply received an email to let me know that they are not allowed to communicate with me (since I told them, I am from Syria) and they had to ban me and delete my post. This happened in Christmas season, so, in my turn, I wished them a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
I mean, I can't be sure, for example, what the real Canada is, based on what I hear from the various international news agencies, because all what they are instructed to say about Syria, mainly since year 2011, is wrong or, at best, much exaggerated. This is why I suggested not talking, in an open forum (as her), about the reality of any region unless it doesn't contradict what the world's multitudes are supposed to believe... the tales made for adults in every period of time