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Renas Sino
Monday, 30 September 2019
This article was written on 8th of October before the Turkish military operation   "We are very worried and afraid. We don't know what will happen. Should we stay or move to another city? How can ...
Renas Sino
Sunday, 28 July 2019
      There was a state of panic among Syrians, particularly among those east of the Euphrates in northern Syria, as a result of Trump’s sudden decision in December 2018, to immediately withdra...
Hadia al-Mansour
Monday, 01 October 2018
The use of basic, locally made oil refineries has spread significantly in Idlib and its countryside, due to the urgent need to obtain petroleum products. Unfortunately, this phenomenon has had more negative effects than positive ones. They have caused pain and suffering to people, plants and animals alike, especially as their use has spread within city limits and residential neighborhoods.
suwar team
Friday, 28 September 2018
An international jury of 14 senior professional journalists evaluated more than 200 participants, and Suwar Magazine won second place in the print media category. The awards were distributed at a ceremony on 18 September in Carthage under the patronage of the Tunisian government, where 41 journalists from 18 countries were rewarded for their journalistic excellence on migration in the Euro-Mediterranean region.
Kamal Srouji
Tuesday, 04 September 2018
According to the SNHR, over 6,583 people remain arbitrarily imprisoned by the regime, while over 1,218 people have been killed while being tortured, including 3 children and 7 adult females. SNHR has also reported that 427 people have died, including 221 children and 71 adult females, during the siege enforced on Eastern Ghouta since October 2017.
Thamer Karkot
Sunday, 26 August 2018
The Syrian refugee crisis has transformed from being a purely humanitarian issue to a purely political one. Threats against Syrian refugees have escalated from racism and rejection to physical violence to force them to return to their country.
Lama Rageh
Tuesday, 21 August 2018
The Syrian feminist movement faces many challenges as a historically rooted movement that has been influenced by movements worldwide. It remains in need of improved organization and recruitment to advocate for various issues that are of importance to Syrian women.
Jad Alkareem Aljibaie
Friday, 17 August 2018
Justice itself is a unique combination of equality and freedom similar to water being a combination of oxygen and hydrogen. If separated from one another, the first becomes inflammable and the other poisonous.
Mohammed Humam Zyadeh
Monday, 13 August 2018
“Security forces have repeatedly harassed us, we have been insulted and insulted by the Shabiha and the National Defense Forces in front of Red Crescent volunteers and employees.“Males between the ages of 16-50 are often sent to be dealt with, some of whom are forced to sign papers stating that they cooperated with armed terrorist groups and are then arrested, and no one knows what fate they face so far."
Nidal Yusuf
Thursday, 09 August 2018
As this new law stirs fears and strengthens the convictions of opponents, it is thought of as a vital development in the reconstruction stage to loyalists. As Syrians lived on opposite sides in 2011, Law No. 10 deepens the divide and rings alarm bells. Will this new law become a new hell for Syrians?

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