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Mawaleh Website is Online!

After 3 days of extensive exhausting work, Mawaleh got a website.

Mawaleh: The Risk

Read it in Mawaleh English Although no one in Syria is willing to call the current war a civil war, most Syrians have accepted the “war” term to describe the situation in the country. It is a war, in which the Saudi backed Salafists are becoming stronger. It is a war where al-Qaeda groups are arriving … Continue reading

Revolution Journal: A Few Days in Aleppo

Revolution Journal: A Few Days in Aleppo

Revolution Journal – September 2011

Revolution Journal – September 2011

Revolution Journal – April 2011

Revolution Journal – April 2011

Syrians Do Not Need Israelis Solidarity

A few days ago, Israelis went out on a Solidarity rally with the Syrian people and their revolution. The event itself is not worth mentioning or acknowledging, yet, many Syrians circulated videos from the rally on Facebook and other social networks. The least any Arab who is familiar with the Israeli crimes against Palestinians might … Continue reading

George Yazji Arrested in Damascus

Many still believe the regime and Western media claims that Christians and other minorities are pro-Assad. I have never believed it is necessary to refute these claims since my friends and I have always believed that citizenship has nothing to do with religion.

Pictures from Homs – Feb 2012 – 2

Last week from Homs by Mulham al-Jundi

The Massacre of Hama 1982: a Brief Pre-Massacre History

Brief Pre-Hama-Massacre History

Hama 30 Years Ago: Before and After Pictures

For a slideshow, click here The Massacre of Hama 1982: 40,000 Killed 100,000 Displaced 60,000 Arrested 15,000+ Disappeared And it is happening again in Syria. Related articles Hama 30 Years Ago: 26 February 1982 ( Hama 30 Years Ago: 22 – 25 February 1982 ( Hama 30 Years Ago – Saturday 6 February 1982 ( Hama … Continue reading

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