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Nour Safieddin

Deleting the video did not come about as the result of a sudden awakening, but rather because of the confrontation between public opinion and the media, so it tried to clear itself after it was put under the fire. It is now necessary for the media to reconsider its role in society.

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The already bleak prospects of the Syrian economy have worsened in recent months with the Lebanese crisis, the enactment of the Caesar Act and now the coronavirus pandemic. This paper examines their impact on the Syrian economy and the population at large.
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It really strikes me when somebody brings up the Pan-Arabism legacy without first pondering how our countries were run by those who ruled in its name, or worse: they continue to justify, find excuses or make light of its catastrophic mistakes…
Alia Ibrahim- Lebanese writer and journalist
Hisham knew very well what awaited him. Threats had already been directly targeting him, and the party that betrayed him at night with a silencer was not anonymous.

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“Lebanon was the starting point in terms of defending our friends, colleagues, and comrades that were subjected to abuse in [neighboring] authoritarian countries, but today we fear the same fate …” Doja Daoud expresses. “The fate of enforced disappearances and detention because of the expression of opinions, as well as the militarization of the issues of freedoms and civil rights.”
Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
To backdrop of his people’s empty fridges, dark homes, and numerous suicides on account of devastating poverty… whilst Lebanese youth waste their days slaving at jobs they have stopped getting paid for months back, PM Hassan Diab believes he deserves to be paid his salary, in fresh money, five years in advance.
Hazem El Amin- Lebanese writer and journalist
They killed this man, wanting to deliver a message! They killed one of Baghdad’s many tales, they always seem to lead to a bloody end.

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Pascale Sawma
“If someone wants to cultivate his land but doesn’t have the raw materials, what would he sow? Air? It’s like asking a person to sing even when his voice is not suitable for singing, or even stifled!” This was the farmer Ali Taha’s response to the recent calls for active farming, especially those made by the Secretary General of “Hezbollah,” Hassan Nasrallah, in which he called for reliance on agriculture using the term “agricultural jihad!”
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Mustafa Ibrahim
Suleiman used his brother’s handgun to put an end to his life. He went upstairs to the rooftop and fired a mercy shot inside his mouth, trying by doing so to say what he could not say when he was alive.
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