Category Archives: Human Rights

Photo of The Day

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Thoughts on Syria and Gramsci in New Year’s Eve

  One hundred and one years ago, Italian thinker Gramsci wrote an article about why he hates New Year’s Eve. A friend of mine sent me the article yesterday as both of us remained home troubled with the hyped energy … Continue reading

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Photo of the Day

The cat man of Aleppo portrait by Marc Nelson.

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Regarding the Calendar of Syrian Women to Russian Soldiers

Yesterday, Russia Today Arabic page published a short article and a video about Syrian girls studying in Russia posing for a calendar designed to be sent to the Russian soldiers deployed in Syria in their aggression. Regardless of the reasons … Continue reading

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What Is Winning In Syria?

It seems that the question on who is winning in Syria, is preoccupying media and international affairs these days. But to ask who is winning indicates that there is a human achieving something; gaining an awaited victory. If there is … Continue reading

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A Perspective on Syria

  I am writing this as Aleppo is being flattened by murderous who will never care what name or description we call them because they are too powerful to care, and we are too weak to own more than words. … Continue reading

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Why Did You Leave Me?

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The Children of Aleppo

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The Essence Of The World A Flower

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The Little Prince 

Syrian child Omran Dankish was saved from under the rubble after a Syrian Russian airstrike destroyed his home. Sadly, Omran’s older brother Ali died in the hospital that day. 

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