Tag Archives: Antakya

Where the children of Syria learn to forget

By: Portia Walker Mustafa Shakir looks like a good headmaster. He’s friendly, conscientious and cares deeply about the children he teaches. But, back in Syria, once he’d crammed and coached his Year 9 history pupils through their end of year … Continue reading

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Inside Free Syria

By: Jonathan Spyer The mountains outside Antakya were wrapped in black clouds the day we crossed the border from Turkey into Syria. The smugglers said this was a good sign as the Syrian Army patrols don’t care for rain and … Continue reading

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Cutting off trade with Syria frustrates people in Hatay

By: Aydin Albayrak Hatay seems to have lost on two accounts due to deteriorating relations with Syria because of the Assad regime’s crackdown on civilian protestors. First, although the two border gates that connect the province to Syria, Cilvegözü and … Continue reading

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