Category Archives: Morality

There will always be a Syria and a Syrian Revolution By Alisar Iram Mars the bringer of war A great deal of what is being written about the Syrian Revolution at this stage is descriptive and diagnostic. In fact the patient is on the verge of extinction because of … 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 To strike, not to strike, or … Continue reading

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Inaction versus human values

I wrote the article below two days before the No vote in the British Parliament. The vote when it took place saddened me immensely, so I am posting my comments on the vote, hoping they will be read before the … Continue reading

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