Monthly Archive for: ‘May, 2017’

No New Parties in “Liberated” Idlib

No New Parties in “Liberated” Idlib

It has been two years since Idlib governorate fell entirely outside of regime control. However, due to the prevailing state of war and the multitude of jihadist organizations on the ground, new political parties have yet to take shape here.

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New Forms of Slavery Plague Society

New Forms of Slavery Plague Society

Hidden slavery practices have surfaced all too often to suffocate Syrians in their choices and to denigrate their souls. Locals have become enslaved to making a living and surviving

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Return of Football to Aleppo Highlights Regime’s Political Theatrics

Return of Football to Aleppo Highlights Regime’s Political Theatrics

It became evidently clear that this was the latest example of Bashar al-Asad using sports as a tool to exert political influence.

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About Bashar, the Tuna Fish Thief

About Bashar, the Tuna Fish Thief

I feel a deep sorrow at the sight of human beings being forced to fight against starvation in the 21st century, especially in fertile areas such as Madaya, Zabadani and Daraa.

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Waer Residents Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Waer Residents Between a Rock and a Hard Place

The civilian population has been caught between the grim prospects of being displaced and uprooted, on the one hand, or remaining in a state of uncertainty, on the other, each of which is an infinitely difficult choice to make.

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On Freedom of Expression: The Case of Freedom Raise

On Freedom of Expression: The Case of Freedom Raise

SyriaUntold has decided to reflect on the incident and analyze the reactions, in an attempt to reach a better understanding of current Syrian opinion on freedom of expression.

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