Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2017’

Damascus, the City That Evicted Me

Damascus, the City That Evicted Me

Hayat moved to Damascus in 2003 for a well-remunerated job position. But then the housing crisis brought her on her knees.

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Syrian Refugees in Russia Have to Fight for Their Rights

Syrian Refugees in Russia Have to Fight for Their Rights

Syrian citizens are fleeing from their war-torn homeland, and some of them have chosen Russia as their country of asylum. But life for them here is also a struggle.

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A Letter to Salim Barakat

A Letter to Salim Barakat

The truth is, I am jealous of you. Yet I also learn from you. I learn to be a prolific writer with no other purpose than writing. I learn to respect the reader, and to keep in mind that someone smarter than me could be reading this, which prompts me to bring out the best in me.

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Russian Presence Not Viewed as Occupation on Syrian Coast

Russian Presence Not Viewed as Occupation on Syrian Coast

Most Syrian residents do not use the word “occupation” to describe the Russian presence in their homeland, and some traders even benefit economically from it.

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