Syrian Revolution

Hazem El Amin
The “Anti-Israeli Resistance” was never born out of a just cause or a lack of justice. Its members will applaud Bashar al-Assad wherever he goes, starting with his sending volunteers to Russia and ending with his visit to Abu Dhabi. The Abraham Accords do not pose any problems to them when the Emirates are on their side in their wars against their peoples, and their relationship with Vladimir Putin is a good example of this.
Hazem Darweesh
On yet another commemoration of the forgotten Syrian revolution, only days after the commemoration of the killing of Lokman Slim, and only days before the commemoration of my brother’s death in Istanbul, I return to this language, Arabic, one last time.
Wael Al-Sawah
“Who among us dreams, as I do, of a modern, democratic and prosperous Syria? Who among us is able to turn that dream into reality?”
Carmen Kareem
Politics and patriarchy are strongly linked, especially in the Arab world. In Syria, the cruelty of the patriarchal system has increased as the Assad regime’s brutality worsened. Naturally, the weakest in society bear the brunt, as the recent abuse of Rahaf at the hands of her father illustrates.
Carmen Kareem
Is seeing reality from more than one angle an act of betrayal? Have our dreams of revolution and freedom blinded us and made us turn each other into the “new assad”? Perhaps one day “gray” will be the only color, the one color that looks tenderly at both the defeated rebel and the soldier who was thrown into the front line at age 18.
Maksim Othman
She was a stranger with a strange appearance and a strange request. “I’m not a beggar,” she told my mother. “I just want some old clothes or rags that you no longer need. I need them as a pad for my paralyzed daughter.”
Nour Eddine
“When the soldier was about halfway, at a height of some fifty meters, fear paralyzed his feet and made him cling onto the ladder. Embracing the ladder, he hung there, as if frozen in mid-air.”
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.”
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني