Daily Archives: July 7, 2012

Fifteen days in HELL !

By: Helen Dayem In the Syrian regime’s brutal government crackdown on peaceful protesters, the torture of innocent civilians started from day one with the world’s sudden horror after the release of Human Rights documents, in which the horrific torture methods … Continue reading

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Art in the revolution

For most Syrians modern twentieth century art was exclusively a path to be taken by being in the lap of the Assad regime. Art outside of that sanctioned by the Baath party had been rendered extinct. Those who were in … Continue reading

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Video: Horses Killed by Regime Shelling in Daraa

A horse mother and her child were killed by regime shelling in Haraak, a province of Daraa.

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Cat and mouse: Syrian activists play a dangerous game on the Web

By: Lauren Wolfe A chat pops up. Lines start pouring in to tell me that a group of men led two young girls into a van. There is little detail after that, the chat reveals, but not before I need … Continue reading

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“If our children bled oil, then the world would have raced to protect us.” Source: Facebook 

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Facebook apologises for deleting free speech group’s post on Syrian torture

By: Josh Halliday Facebook has apologised after it mistakenly deleted a free speech group’s post on human rights abuses in Syria. The social network on Friday removed a status update by Article 19, which campaigns for freedom of speech, that … Continue reading

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Video: CNN – Syrian Military Defector: ‘Those who were injected were lucky’

CNN’s Christiane Amanpour interviewed Syrian defector Colonel Abdalhamid Zakaria for the Monday, July 2 edition of AMANPOUR. He described his family’s terrifying escape from Aleppo, and the crisis conditions inside Syria’s civil unrest. Zakaria alleges that there are many others … Continue reading

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Kofi Annan attacks Russia and west’s ‘destructive competition’ over Syria

By: Ian Black Kofi Annan has issued a blunt warning that Syria will face a spreading civil war and risk a spillover of the conflict unless Russia, the west and Arab states end their “destructive competition” to force a ceasefire … Continue reading

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Thirty-Three Professional and Citizen Journalists Killed Since March 2011

A total of 33 professional and citizen journalists have been killed since the start of the uprising in Syria in March 2001, Reporters Without Borders said today, after attending yesterday’s meeting of the “Friends of Syria” in Paris as an … Continue reading

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U.N. head outlines options for Syria mission

Despite the escalating violence in Syria that led to the suspension of monitoring activities, the United Nations can continue to play a crucial role in the embattled country, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in a report to be presented to the … Continue reading

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