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Women and the state of the Syrian Revolution at the present

Revolutions are great mass movements carrying within themselves the promise to stop time for a while then perform a jump either to the future, or bend upon themselves to jump backwards and revert to a point in time where dichotomies … Continue reading

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The massacre of Bayda in Banyas: As the darkness proclaims its victories, let us give it no dominion

The report of The Syrian Human Rights Watch  documenting the massacre which took place in the coastal town of Banyas in Syria, covering the massacres of Bayda, and Ras Al-Nabe’. The report is in Arabic but as soon as I have it … Continue reading

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