How to take care of your eyes and keep them looking good after a day of rebel training
Posted On July 4, 2021
News24.com | July 26, 2018 03:17:45A lot of the rebel’s training took place in camps, or villages, but the majority of the fighters who fought in Syria’s war in the past years were sent to Idlib province.
This is where they are most likely to encounter many eye problems and suffer from corneal problems.
Rebel soldiers are trained to spot and deal with potential threats from night to day.
In Idlib, there are many military and civilian sites that are used for training.
The training sites are divided into different classes.
In some cases, the troops can go in one class, while in others, they have to train in different classes in the same area.
There are also classes that involve basic martial arts.
Some of the classes are only for the elite fighters.
Some are only held for the less well educated.
Rebel fighters are also taught about the health benefits of exercise.
Some even learn to use the phone, which they use for contact with their families and friends.
Some rebel fighters also use the phones to make calls from their camps.
In the future, rebel fighters will be able to use these phones to communicate with their family and friends in their areas.
Some will also be able take pictures with the phones.
One thing that Rebel fighters will have to learn is the importance of hygiene.
A good eye and eye protection is crucial for their health.
Rebel members often go to the markets in the northern city of Idlib to buy things for their families.
But many rebel fighters were afraid of going to the market alone, and went out alone to the shops and markets.
To avoid eye problems, many rebel members go to hospitals in Idlib and get their medical treatment in their own homes.
Rebel troops who are not in training camp will also have to be careful when they go out to the towns and cities.
In such areas, rebel soldiers will have a chance to interact with local residents and see what they are like.
There is also a risk for those who go out in the open, as the risk of injury is higher than in the villages.
This has been reported to be one of the reasons why the rebels have been reluctant to participate in civilian life.