Daily Archives: March 10, 2012

Video: The People Awake

For over a year autocratic regimes across the Arab world have been under intense pressure. As revolutions brought down governments in Tunisia, Egypt and then, more violently, Libya, it looked for a while as through the political map of the … Continue reading

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Editorial: The Livestreamer Mission To Syria Was Not A Good Idea

Earlier today the Guardian published a story about livestreamers from the US who took a trip to Syria to capture the conflict that has many journalists perplexed. From the article: “The pair [William Gagan and Geoffery Shively] managed to enter … Continue reading

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Video: A Syrian Soldier Claims to Have Witnessed Atrocities

A purported Syrian Army solider says he fled the atrocities he witnessed back home in Syria.

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Student Task Force For Syria – Sisters Week

Muslims Without Borders is currently mobilizing students across the United States and Australia to come to the aid of those suffering in Syria. The current turmoil in Syria has led to severe shortages of food and medicines. MWB has already supported … Continue reading

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Talk of military aid rises as hopes fade for peaceful Syria solution

By: Karen DeYoung The Obama administration and its allies and international partners have begun serious discussions about potential military involvement in Syria, even as they continue to press for nonviolent solutions to the carnage there. With little progress made in … Continue reading

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Syria shells rebel city as Assad spurns peace plan

Syria launched a long-anticipated assault to crush the opposition in the rebellious north yesterday, bombarding its main city from all sides with tank shells, and clashing with rebel fighters. President Bashar al-Assad rejected any immediate negotiations with the opposition, striking … Continue reading

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Stopping Syria’s Descent Into Hell

By: James Zogby Syria continues its long, slow descent into hell, with violence and tragedy showing no let up. By now, one year into this horror, it has become clear that neither side can win an easy victory, reaffirming the … Continue reading

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Syrian forces launch massive assault on Idlib

Syrian troops have pushed ahead with a new assault on the northern region of Idlib, shelling one of the centres of the uprising against President Bashar al-Assad’s rule and sending families fleeing for safety as members of the armed oppostion … Continue reading

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Video: CNN – “72 Hours Under Fire” Documentary

The following videos make up a documentary of CNN Arwa Damon’s journey to Baba Amr, Homs. For the past month Baba Amr has been brutally attacked and bombed by the Assad army for defying the government and asking for freedom. … Continue reading

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Syria assaults opposition as diplomacy staggers

By: Ben Hubbard BEIRUT — Syria launched a long-anticipated assault to crush the opposition in the rebellious north on Saturday, bombarding its main city with tank shells from all sides and clashing with rebel fighters struggling to hold back an … Continue reading

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