This text is a journey through my recollections of the three streets in Raqqa that made up my route from home to my primary and secondary schools.
A full background of the ongoing battle for Aleppo and the famous Castello Road.
The complete untold story of one Syrian town’s revolt against Al-Qaeda.
Nayla Mansour interviews Syrian novelist and human rights acvocate Samar Yazbek on Syrian, politics, Assad trimph and Islamist counter-revolutionaries, and the role of intellectuals and politicians amidst all of the mess.
Revolution, in its deepest sense, has no beginning or end according to Odai Al-Zoubi, it is rather a continuous project.
Proustian memories haunt this Syrian woman, and take her back to her school days in Baathist Syria.
A pharmacist from Aleppo journeys through the Syrian-Turkish borders area in an attempt to reach Gaziantep, and as he does, he is haunted by memories of revolution and war.
The story of one Free Syrian Army fighter in the prison cells of the Islamic State (Daesh), and the mass escape he organised, in his own words.
Syria's illness has revealed the worlds greater illness, and the manifold return of antiquated repression.
Syria has always been a centralized state. But for it to survive after its brutal war is over, it has to become a federation.