After such a long time away from blogging, I come again with a delightful news. We are organising a Mr. Gay Syria competition. It will take place in Istanbul and the winner will participate in Mr. Gay World (MGW). We posted an announcement on Mawaleh Facebook page, and will soon make a section for it … Continue reading
Mawaleh is finally back. Hard work. Good issue. Hopefully, we can work on an English one. Tell EVERYBODY! To download, click here To read on issuu.com, click here
My first mobile post! Please do not forget Syrian LGBT Pride Day. It’s tomorrow.
1- Change your profile photo between 28-30 June, or at least on 29 June 2013. 2- Facebook added hashtags; post the photos and share them using the hashtags #SyrianLGBTIPride #Syria #LGBT, use those hashtags on Twitter and Instagram as well. 3- Start using the hashtags as soon as possible. 4- Tell your friends. LGBTI Syrians need … Continue reading
Mawaleh is launching an initiative to celebrate LGBTI Pride Day, which will be an online celebration of the event for many reasons; one of which is the current situation in the country, and the other is because homosexuality is still criminalized by the law. We are going to ask our readers and LGBTI rights supporters … Continue reading
Mawaleh June 2013 is online on issuu.com and on mediafire. In this issue, we discussed Syrian constitution and Syrian laws. It is obvious to our readers now that this current constitution will never
After 3 days of extensive exhausting work, Mawaleh got a website. http://www.mawaleh.net
Mawaleh December is out. Read on ISSUU Download from MediaFire.
Published in Mawaleh English In Syrian dialect,Mawalehmeans “nuts”. It is derived from “maleh”, which means “salty”. Choosing the name and the concept of the magazine was the most important task before starting working on it. People in Syria love nuts and enjoy having them with tea, beers, arak, or mate. It is true that almost … Continue reading
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