Category Archives: Arab Spring

Live Stream Twitter Accounts from Besieged Aleppo

Blood pools, bodies in streets and hospitals full of the wounded, those few scenes prevailing in the neighborhoods of eastern Aleppo as Syrian and Russian forces continue shelling the city with barrel bombs and missiles summing lives of thousands while … Continue reading

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Kudos Angel Soul, Omran will Stay in Syria

“Omran will stay” is a short film capturing the Syrian children suffering under daily jets bombing while the world ignorance is the master. But this film address the hope message saying that Syrian children are capable to build brighter future … Continue reading

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The Uncertain Future of the Syrian Revolution

This Post was originally translated  for Global Voices The Syrian Regime is willing to remain in its current position for years, as long as it does not pay for this time with the blood of its own fighters, but rather with … Continue reading

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“Mother, Don’t cry if they couldn’t find my body”. In Memory of 4000 Syrian refugees who drowned in the Sea

This Post was originally written for Global Voices The humanitarian aid agency Support to Life is working to increase global awareness about the more than 4,000 refugees from Syria who have died trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea. As part of this effort, the … Continue reading

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Helping Refugees in Europe Get Connected to the Internet

Phone shop at Za’atari’s Syrian refugee camp in Jordan. Source: Zaa’tari Refugee Camp Facebook page. This Post was originally written for Global Voices Smartphones have become a lifeline for refugees during their long journey for the relative safety of Europe, as … Continue reading

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Syrian Refugees? Get Your Facts Straight Before You Share Their Stories

This Post was originally written for Global Voices Sadly, this year is shaping up to be the year of Syrian refugees. Although the countless stories of people fleeing their war-torn country are heartbreaking, we need to look at some of those stories with … Continue reading

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Buy a Pen, Save a Life. How a Syrian Father Inspired Fundraising his Cause

This Post was originally written for Global Voices Always we talk about the social media powerful way of changing lives. If you haven’t heard #BuyPens trending story on Twitter and Facebook for the last week, read this noble story of world … Continue reading

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Yarmouk Camp Between The Hunger Hammer and The Extremism Anvil

This Post was originally written for Global Voices After almost 2 years of siege, crisis in the Yarmouk Palestinian refugees camp in Syria worsened since ISIS invasion in 1st of April 2015. Both Assad regime and ISIS are rushing to take the … Continue reading

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Six Syrian Cartoonists Who Dare to Mock Assad

This Post was originally written for Global Voices Featuring dictators considered among the greatest taboo freedom of expression and possible life-danger of cartoonists’ anywhere, anytime. Syrian cartoonist is not an exception as they suffered torture, loyalists attacks, and even death. Cartoons they … Continue reading

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Video: What happened when a truck loaded with bread entre besiged Yarmouk camp in Syria

This Post was originally written for Global Voices ”To know what it is like in Yarmouk, turn off your electricity, water, heating, eat once a day, live in the dark, live by burning wood” – Anas, Yarmouk resident. According to Unrwa, … Continue reading

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