In this article, Yassin Al-Haj Saleh tackles crucial questions which must be raised and answered to guarantee majoritarianism, justice, and accountability in any attempt for a conflict resolution in Syria.
Yassin al-Haj Saleh
This article by Yassin al Haj Saleh says that the Russo-American chemical deal is a continuation of the chemical massacre that the Assad regime committed three years ago.
Syria's illness has revealed the worlds greater illness, and the manifold return of antiquated repression.
The system of death in Syria has been broken just like the system of life. We seize the ownership of our death and take changing it upon ourselves as an expression of our seriousness to change our lives
The only way to overcome the injustice that abounds in the Middle East is to overcome all the victimhood narratives that beset the region.
Are there new indicators on the emergence on a new model for intellectuals, ones who actively resist discrimination, repression and marginalization, now and here, rather than nhilist, prophetic romantics who are merely interested in final answers?
There seems to be American and Western plans in the making to fight ISIS in Syria, although it is unlikely to exceed air strikes and perh
In Arabic, we differentiate between taghyeer (تغيير) and taghayur (تغيّر). Both words mean change.
Yassin al-Haj Saleh comments on the horrifying news of more than 11,000 Syrians have been tortured to death, as recently leaked, and calls on world intellectuals to act against the murderous regime of Assad dynasty.
Like most of the fighters here, the 44-year-old Hajji has a short beard, though unlike the others’,
Abu Qusay used to work as a tailor and a carpenter in his hometown of al-Ghizlaniya before the start