Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2017’
Unlike most documentaries produced in Syria since 2011, the filmmaker doesn’t follow a single character story. She attempts to tell Syria’s story through her own experiences, convictions and emotions.
Due to marriage, pregnancy and the many responsibilities that girls at a young age find hard to cope with, they suffer from depression, and, in some cases, lose the will to live.
The tunnels between Eastern Ghouta, held by the Syrian opposition, and remaining opposition-held areas in Damascus are a big business opportunity for those who control the movement of goods. Huge profits are made by all sides, not least dairy magnate Mohieddin Manfoush.
If the siege was lifted, people would not depend as much on renewable energy, but they have already learned not to take what they have for granted. They have acquired the know-how on renewables.
The Lebanese model is indicative of the importance of state weakness, which is possibly a necessary stage for other countries in the region after decades of absolutist domination in the name of the state.
It is precisely indifference to a distant, foreign and incredibly complex conflict that is key here.
Ghosn Zaytoun organization has set up self-learning centers in Golan and Qunaytra to counter the effects of disrupted education.