Damascus

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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Kidnappings on the Rise in Damascus

Kidnappings on the Rise in Damascus

Kidnappings are not new in Syria; when the peaceful protests that began in 2011 gave way to an …

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Syria’s Makeshift Doctors

Syria’s Makeshift Doctors

After four years of war, Syrians have learnt the hard way, how to adapt to their harsh conditions. …

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Activism in Damascus: Pigeons Break the Regime’s Siege

Activism in Damascus: Pigeons Break the Regime’s Siege

Despite the apparent calm in the Syrian capital Damascus, tension between the activists still hiding in the city …

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Bicycles as a Solution in the Streets of Damascus

Bicycles as a Solution in the Streets of Damascus

  If you walked the streets of Damascus these days, you would probably run into a young man …

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Syrians, between ceding control of chemical weapons and US strikes

Syrians, between ceding control of chemical weapons and US strikes

The Syrian regime’s latest announcement, stating that it will cede control of its chemical arsenal to the international …

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Syrian youth believed in freedom, and took the world by force

Syrian youth believed in freedom, and took the world by force

Since the start of the Syrian revolution in March 2011, the regime has targeted, killed and detained nonviolent …

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Awareness and freedom messages revive the heart of Damascus

Awareness and freedom messages revive the heart of Damascus

While the Syrian regime along with its propaganda machine is working on isolating any civil dimension related to …

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