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
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
Mawaleh November is out… To read online, click here. To download, click here.
Many have asked for an English version of the magazine. We did it for you, and it’s going to be a quarterly. Syria’s first queer magazine is now in English and can be read online and downloaded on issuu.com. Click here! Still here? Go to Mawaleh English.
Read online: Mawaleh on issuu.com Download: MediaFire or Ziddu
Download here or here! You can also read it online!
It took us a long time, but it is looking good and we hope it is going to be informative. I come out in this issue, check it, flip through it even if you don’t read Arabic, and you will know who I am. Mawaleh is online on issuu.com, click here to view it online … Continue reading
Children in Sweden perform a flash-mob in a mall to direct people attention to the children in Syria.