Alex Rowell reviews Yassin al-Haj Saleh's new book, recounts the “Syrianization” of our world and concludes that we had better all start becoming Free Syrians.
Dana Dawud explores the drone as a politically charged and ambiguous concept and a weapon for media wars.
Assad’s Syria has now re-opened its doors to some foreign journalists and analysts, whether to provide a sort of narrative counter-programming or to make its case for diplomatic normalization and foreign economic investment.
An interview with Yassin al-Haj Saleh, the ‘voice of conscience’ of the Syrian revolution, translated from Flemish into English by: Jorn Decock.
It's been four years since a Syrian Air Force MiG jet bombarded Yarmouk camp, marking the beginning of a new nakba for the 150,000-200,000 Palestinians living there.
Yazan Al-Saadi writes a heart-filled narration of his experience in Yemen and a comparison between the struggles of the Syrian and Yemeni people with their fight for freedom and dignity.
As eastern Aleppo falls, pounded by regime and Russian airstrikes, and stormed by Iranian sponsored militia on the ground, one young woman risks everything to communicate to the outside world the horror of the last days in the liberated part of the city.
Fadi A. Bardawil offers a handy anti-imperialist guide to eloquently betray the Syrian revolution.
Six years ago Syrians rose up because they wanted democracy. And today they are exiled from their homes, against their will.
Jaffa of Syria writes a letter to the world on behalf of the one million Syrians currently living in besieged areas, some starving to death, and others dying of preventable diseases.
The process by which all men and women between the ages of anything and anything with souls already predisposed to departure depart, begins with a gentle hand on your shoulder.