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Tweet BlenderNuffSilence: You may call Hezbollah sectarian, but don't blame Qusair for defending itself. We are not responsible for Hezbollah's sectarianism. #Syria
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Daily Archives: January 1, 2012
By: Olivia Vidal LAKE CHARLES, LA – Two women in Lake Charles spread the word about Syrian oppression by translating documents and videos for news outlets and human rights groups around the world. The documents contain journal logs and video … Continue reading
Arab League observers have been on a mission since Monday to assess whether Syria has halted its nine-month crackdown on protests against President Bashar al-Assad.
ISLAMABAD (Kyodo) — The Syrian government approached disgraced Pakistani nuclear scientist A.Q. Khan twice — in 1980 and 2002 — for assistance in its clandestine nuclear program, but the moves were rejected, Khan recently told Kyodo News. The U.N. International … Continue reading
How effective is the Arab League mission? Has the Syrian regime managed to continue their heavy handed crackdown on protesters despite Arab League’s presence on the ground? Guests: Elias Hanna; As’ad Abukhalil; and Ahed al-Hendi.
By: Jerry E. Esplanada Another 56 overseas Filipino workers arrived Saturday from Syria, bringing to a little over 490 the number of OFWs repatriated by the government from the troubled Middle East country, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) reported. … Continue reading
By: Ammar Abdulhamid Many tears were shed throughout Syria in 2011, and 2012 will not be any different, except that some of them might end up being tears of joy as our battle against tyranny succeeds in making one major … Continue reading
Residents of Zabadani, a Damascus suburb, celebrate the new year and chant, ”the people want to topple the regime”.
Syrian pro-democracy protesters saw the New Year in with demonstrations in several flashpoint centres, activists said at the weekend, as more deaths were reported in the regime’s crackdown on dissent. Arab League officials monitoring violence meanwhile appeared to be in … Continue reading
Two men, Mohamed Tourki Al Hajjak and Iyad Ali Diyab, are shot by snipers in their pickup truck while they go out to collect milk for their families in Homs. The city of Homs has been under siege by Assad … Continue reading
Liberty Convoy for Syria - The Concept As the cold computer and television screens continue to drip blood from the massacres carried out by the murderous regime in Syria; the media lockdown in Syria continues in vain effort to silence the … Continue reading