Brazil’s Syrians divided on Assad support

“The group that supports the Assad government in Brazil is born from fear and worries that Syria could turn into an Islamic state, which could harm the interests of the Christians, most of whom are the early immigrants to Brazil,”

“The opposition to Assad is coming from recent immigrants who know more about the current socio-political situation, and who don’t believe the argument about sectarian violence.”

Read more: Brazil’s Syrians divided on Bashar al-Assad

 

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About Rami Alhames

I'm a Syrian living in Brazil, 34 years, Social media contributor and Gloabl Voices Online author and translator @GlobalVoices in Portuguese, Arabic and English. Reader of daily Political, culture, environmental and economic global updates, Love to Share.
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