For Syrians, the past is long gone, while the future—a homeland free of Assad—is forbidden, writes Yassin al-Haj Saleh in this reflection on exile, time, and revolution.
Due to similar predicaments, Syrians' belief in the Palestinian cause has transformed from a merely Arab identitarian solidarity into more humane, emancipatory joint struggle.
In her talk for Stanford University's conference on the subject of 'Cruelty', Kelly Grotke examines friendship, universality, and cruelty between the European past and the Syrian present.
Can Islam be criticized as a centralized system or is the mere generalization of the religion a misunderstanding of its structure?
Now: End of Season is a short documentary film by Ayman Nahle capturing the final moments of preparation by Syrian refugees before their perilous journey across the mediterranean from Turkey to Europe.
Maya Schkolne examines how the human rights framework operates as an apparatus for punishment and exclusion of migrants and refugees.
A Syrian woman from Aleppo seeks asylum in the Netherlands, but as she becomes a ‘refugee’, she wrestles with the meaning and reality of her ‘estrangement’.