Monthly Archives: June 2013
My Art of Ruins: an issue of copyright and intellectual and artistic honesty
On the 6th of August I posted my Video Cities of Smoke to You Tube :http://youtu.be/23WlnF3S4Ko. In this video, I used techniques I have used and developed before in my digital art, and because the video was meant to arouse … Continue reading
Am I Dying or Living: Miosaics
This poem is dedicated to Syria, for Syria will rise again I wrote most of this poem some years back. It was then that I started to write long poems in the narrative style, but poems being a different genre … Continue reading
Save the Children release images of Syria’s children on ‘death journeys’ trying to escape civil war
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/save-the-children-release-images-of-syrias-children-on-death-journeys-trying-to-escape-civil-war-8666440.html? action=gallery http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/save-the-children-release-images-of-syrias-children-on-death-journeys-trying-to-escape-civil-war-8666440.html More from Save the Children Qais * (front) and his brother Laith *, inside their one-room house in Amman, Jordan. Qais and Laith live with their mother and grandmother, their father is missing in Syria. Syrian … Continue reading
The Revolution, the media and facebook
The Western media, perhaps because of the strength of the regime’s propaganda machine, is swinging to defending the Assadi regime, find excuses for its onslaughts on the civilians or attempt concentrate exaggeratedly on criticizing the failings of the Opposition fighters. … Continue reading
UNHCR launches a global campaign to save 10 million Syrians from starvation and homelessness
Let us not debase ourselves or our Revolution دعونا لا نحقر ثورتنا ولا نحقر انفسنا
Let us not debase ourselves or our Revolution The Syrian Revolution did not erupt against the Shiaa, against Hizbollah and its leader Nasrullah, nor did it erupt against the Alawites, mobilizing one section of the society against another. Let us … Continue reading
In memoriam: the massacre of Bayda and the slaying of children
They are there under the trees crying They are there not up the trees laughing Among the apples and the olives because They are there piercing the dominion of death sobbing, Death itself cradling the newborn and the infants … Continue reading
Picture of today: it has arrested me.
No comment. Published on Facebook. NINO Fezza cinereporter‘s photo.