Category Archives: Shiaa and Sunna

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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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

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