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Is this World War 2? No it is Homs as Assad has re-designed it

The great architect, the inimitable designer and planner of cities, the unique demolisher, the superb wrecker, Assad of Syria has created a masterpiece of ruins Hiroshima cannot vie with.  This heap of broken images, this wasteland, this NOTHING, this primordial … Continue reading

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Out of the Chrysalis

Sometimes I close my eyes and try to  recollect the person I was before the coming of pain, before my life became an open register of suffering, not my own suffering but the suffering of others, which inevitably took on  … Continue reading

Posted in Alisar Iram's art, Alisar Iram: articles and notes, Civilization, Crimes against humanity, Healing, Humanity, Images, Love, Reflections, Starvation, suffering, Syria, Syrian people, The suffering of the Syrian people, Uprooted people, Visionary poem | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment