Category Archives: International Jihadism

Where to Syria of the Sorrows?

( I consider the following article as one of my most important articles on the Syrian Revolution) I started this article 2 weeks ago, before the convening of Geneva 2 in Switzerland on the 22nd of January. This fact does … Continue reading

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Protest is the Heroism that tyranny can crush but cannot wipe out from our collective memory

  Protest is the Heroism that tyranny can crush, but cannot wipe out from our collective memory  There came a time when the Syrian people could no longer say yes to tyranny and maintain silence, pretending that surrendering their will … Continue reading

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