Bab Al-Hara series 11, Episode 13, The Bab Al-Hara series has returned to the Arab satellite screens after an absence of years with a new look and new faces participating in this part where it discusses a number of social issues of the Syrian neighborhoods.
The episodes revolve around the light of the French occupation, the beginning of social development in Damascus, the participation of women in work and the impact of their work on the Syrian society, the sons of the occupation era in Syria in the early twentieth century.
The managers of the Bab Al-Hara series 11, Episode 13 were able to sell the rights to show the series on a number of Arab satellite channels, which have viewers from all over the Arab world, as the show times of the Bab Al-Hara series differ in the channels.
To follow Bab Al-Hara, Part 11, through these channels that are in the receivers of many: the Lebanese channel Al-Jadeed, the Lebanese nbn channel, the Kuwaiti channel Al-Shahed, the Iraqi Dijla channel, the Tunisian channel Al-Ninth, the A One channel.
The first episodes of the Bab Al-Hara series, Part 11, with the beginning of the month of Ramadan, achieved great success despite the absence of the main characters in the series and the difference of the story from the previous parts, as it received many criticisms.
The Bab Al-Hara series, Part 11, Episode 13, continues the events of the most interesting previous episodes, which increase with it the ambiguity in Al-Dabaa neighborhood and the continued search for a solution to the mysteries of the killing, and the return of Abu Jawdat, who is the head of the police station.