Monthly Archives: September 2013

Above me, the stars

There is no mercy in the heart of man but he cannot extinguish the light of the stars ©Alisar Iram

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My reflections: are the chemical weapons the heart of the matter or the fate of Syria and the Syrian people

A friend of mine living in the ruins of Aleppo said to me: “The truth is that they have betrayed us as human beings because they never really saw us as human beings, as human beings separate from politics and … Continue reading

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Open Letter to President Obama and the reply to the letter from President Obama

7 September, 2013 This open letter to Obama started in January 2009 and I am finishing it today. We have a dream, Mr President As I listened to Obama’s inauguration speech yesterday, like millions and millions of people all over … Continue reading

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The Anti-war Campaigners would do better to shout :Hands off Syria, Assad

Below are some of my thoughts on the Anti-war Movement and the antiwar campaigners , in addition to the infiltrators: the Assadis who are exploiting  the war-weary West  To the Anti-war Movement What are you talking about? Is Syria the human sacrifice … Continue reading

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The Death of the young is upon me

“My heart is sore pained within me, and the terrors of death are fallen upon me. Fearfulness and trembling are come upon me, and the horror hath overwhelmed me. And I said, ‘Oh that I had wings like a dove! … Continue reading

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To strike or not to strike

I am posting this article again as it appeared in Therepublic, a courageous, independent, enlightened and leading platform, for voicing opinions and commentaries on Syria and its struggle for freedom and fight against tyranny http://therepublicgs.net/2013/08/31/to-strike-not-to-strike-or-how-to-strike/ To strike, not to strike, or … Continue reading

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Comment in poetry on the death of children by the chemical attack

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 lamenting … Continue reading

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