Monthly Archive for: ‘October, 2016’

Tartusians and Aleppans, a Story of Mutual Benefits

Tartusians and Aleppans, a Story of Mutual Benefits

Despite some tensions, the collaboration and coexistence of the Aleppans and Tartusians leaves one cautiously optimistic.

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Merchants of an Unprofitable Crisis

Merchants of an Unprofitable Crisis

“Crisis traders” here differ from the traditional merchants of crisis because they are living under siege and outside the siege at the same time, and they are not reaping significant profits from the situation.

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Salamiyah: Ladders to Heaven (Cities in Revolution)

The story of the town of Salamiyah in the Syrian revolution. Credits Directors: Orwa al-Mokdad Supervision: Mohammad Dibo …

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The Human Cost of War’s Environmental Impact

The Human Cost of War’s Environmental Impact

How will Syria look in ten years, and why should all the actors involved take the environment up as a serious issue? This article aims to broadly explain the links between conflict, environment and public health and it will argue that, without calculating the environmental damage and subsequent health risks in recovery and reconstruction planning, civilians will face an additional threat from a war that already cost the lives of too many.

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Report on Civil Activities (Aug 30-Sept 16, 2016)

Report on Civil Activities (Aug 30-Sept 16, 2016)

7am Saydnaya prison time: We bid farewell to our friend that passed away yesterday, we put him on a blanket, kiss his forehead, read him a prayer in secret, some may be wishing to be in his shoes to get rid of this daily hell. They killed him simply because he was sick, because his body could no longer take the hunger and sickness eating him up every day.

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