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Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
Repression isn’t forgetting. They tell me to never forget, as if I ever will. I won’t ever forget. I won’t ever forget the glass, the blood, the screams or the panic.
Pascale Sawma
A trauma that involves waiting in line for hours to fill up your car, normalizing living a life without electricity, and accepting the fact that all our savings have been stolen …
Zein Saleh
German media presented the demonstration as a violent, anti-Semitic gathering, in which protesters threw empty bottles at peaceful police and chanted ISIS slogans. Dutch and British media did the same, while the demonstrations in fact attracted all kinds of oppressed people: from Sikhs, Armenians and Kurds to feminists and queers.
Wissam Assouad
A heartfelt eyewitness account of August 4, 2020. Wissam was with his friends in Karantina until an hour before the explosion. Moments later, he rushed back to a scene of utter devastation to see if any of them were still alive.
Olivia Shabb
“We will hold those who trade in oppression accountable, not only for the trauma incessantly inflicted, but also for the healing chronically denied.”
Joya Elias
Yes, there is doom in knowing, there is horror in being enlightened, but in no way should this doom or horror subdue the responsibility to be free and to free others.
Tracy Jawad
The bullets in Slim’s head reinforce the same message already made clear by a string of suspicious homicides committed in 2020, including last month’s Joe Bejjani…
Tracy Jawad
What is unravelling in Al-Nour Square today is a microcosm of what Lebanon will look like in the coming months: a splintering society that will tear itself apart from the inside out.
Maria Jamil
“The Lebanese hate us, the Syrians, I am so sorry you are dealing with this.” These words have never managed to comfort me. Who are these abstract Lebanese and Syrians who are at war with one another, and where do I fit into these binaries?
Ghalia Al Alwani- Syrian Journalist
In light of the country’s and AUB’s struggles as of late, all of this serves to question, if AUB doesn’t represent its student’s best interests, then who exactly does it represent?
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