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Syrian Revolution

Tracy Jawad
“I will remember him until he comes back. He’ll see then that I didn’t forget about him, and that the whole world knows who he is.”
Carmen Kareem
There are more than 130,000 people missing in Syria, which means there are 130,000 families living between hope and despair, waiting for the faintest sign of life …  
Ruqaya Al-Abadi
“Girls, who amongst you came last?” the Palestine Branch sergeant asked loudly. “Me,” I replied. “Then you will sleep at the door,” she said. “This place is reserved for anyone whom comes last.”
Rabih Fakhry – Thaer Gandour – Bashar Al Halabi
With its call for “internationalization,” the Maronite patriarchate has played a card as old as Lebanon itself, to save both itself and the country, while placing Hezbollah in a position of direct rivalry with the largest Christian sect in the region.
Ahmad Al-Ahmad
Markets in Syria seem- like the majority of Syrians in Syria- to be dying slowly, since news of the Caesar Act and its consequences has exhausted them psychologically before it has had the chance to take an effect economically.
Ahmad Al-Ahmad
Many questions remain unanswered by the “Caesar Act”, the one supposedly directed against the Syrian regime. Among the most significant ones is: “Does the Caesar Act have the ability to disturb the Syrian Regime’s military machinery and its security grip, since it has been labelled the Civilians Protection Law?”
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني