About Ratip

Ratip Al-sulaiman Best Selling Author & International Speakers

Ratip Al-Sulaiman is happily married with four children. He arrived to the UK in 1991 with little English. He studied and obtained a BSc(Hons) Degree in IT and Business Studies from Middlesex University, and masters in Leadership in the community from Metropolitan University in London.

Ratip is a professional in graphic design, website deve- loping and magazine publishing. He works for a newspapers and magazine company in London.

Ratip is an author who writes about history and politics starting with his rst Book about the Syrian Revolution (Assad 50 years in power) since 2011, he started collecting information, interviewing refugees, and speaking to the victims and prisoners.

Ratip loves reading books especially in politics and leadership. He has travelled to many countries around the world. He speaks four languages – English, Greek, Turkish and Arabic.

Samaih Chouckeir song Ya Haif in Los Angeles

Discover the Syrian Revolution

  • The Arab Revolutions
  • al-Assad Family controlling Syria for 50 year (1997 – 2021)
  • The Syrian Revolution 
  • The Free Syrian Army
  • Country’s involve in the Syrian War 
  • The Refugees Crisis
  • Political Prisoner & Hostages 
  • The Role of the UN United Nation in Syria 
  • The Role if the Brotherhood Party in Syria
  • The Role of the Social Media in the Syrian Crisis
  • The Role of Kurdish people in the Syrian  Revolution 

Syrian Refuges

On the 15 March 2011 the Syrian revolution started peacefully. All city in Syria started demonstration demanding freedom and democracy, the government use the police and the military to use guns and shoot people from the demonstration, they kill many peaceful people. The Syrian refugee crisis is the result of a March 2011 violent government crackdown on public demonstrations Syria remains the world’s largest refugee crisis. More than 7 million Syrians have been forced to flee their country since 2011 and another 8 million people remain internally displaced. The majority approximately 6 million refugees – have found refuge in neighbouring countries, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq, Egypt and turkey.