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Kamal Al-Serouji
Tuesday, 25 October 2016
He adds, "Imagine that you wake up in the morning to the sound of a bulldozer, protected by a detachment of heavily armed military security, which intends to demolish your house and push you out of your land."
George. K. Meiala
Sunday, 25 September 2016
Syrian schools exist in a majority of Turkish cities, where Syrian refugee teams work. These schools receive funding from the Turkish government, the Syrian government and foreign organizations, as well as individual donations from Syrian and Arab expatriates from the Gulf States.
George. K. Meiala
Wednesday, 21 September 2016
The Turkish city of Izmir, one of the most prominent gathering places for Syrian refugees willing to cross to Greece, has witnessed a decrease in the number of Syrians arriving there for that purpose over the past few days. Yet, there are some secret groups still trying to cross despite the decrease.
Mohammed Humam Zyadeh
Saturday, 17 September 2016
​ The absence of real protection for the Red Crescent volunteers has resulted in the avoidance of young people getting involved with the organization in the last two years, in spite of their desire to contribute to humanitarian activities.
Mohammed Humam Zyadeh
Friday, 19 August 2016
The war going on in Syria for nearly three years has caused a decrease in cultivated land in southern, northern, and eastern Syria, actually descending to levels never before witnessed in the history of modern Syria.
Hussein Zeido
Wednesday, 17 August 2016
The groups continue to converse without reaching a final conclusion. Then, suddenly, the smuggler enters the main door of the hotel and everyone looks at him to inquire about the date of the journey, price, safety, and what it will be like.
Razan Al-Said
Tuesday, 16 August 2016
On the other hand, Dr. Muhammad Al-Murei, the director of the hospital, said, “It is natural that the prices for operations in private hospitals would increase in proportion to the increase in prices of supplies, medical equipment and fuel required for generators and other things.”
Dareen Hassan
Sunday, 24 July 2016
The Syrian Network for Human Rights estimated the number of people who disappeared in the Syrian regime's prisons was 65 thousand people, 3,050 of whom disappeared from the province of Idlib and most of whom were peaceful members of the opposition, human rights activists, doctors, or people involved in humanitarian assistance
Sami al-Halabi
Wednesday, 20 July 2016
Al-Rastan residents converted the water main lines, which flow into the city and connect Homs and Hama, to shelters to protect them from the regime’s air bombing over the city, which has not ceased for two years. Activist Yarub Al-Dali said to Suwar Magazine
Rana Khalil ـــ Sami Al Halabi
Wednesday, 29 June 2016
Due to the difficulty Syrians face crossing the Turkish border, especially from rural Damascus and Dara'a, the founders of the Civil Defense moved trainings into Syria. The Civil Defense in Aleppo and Idlib also moved their trainings to Syria, despite having easier access to Turkey.
Lubna Salem
Saturday, 18 June 2016
Before they moved to Germany, Yuser and Raneem were living in Aleppo, in the north of Syria, where they married in 2013 despite Raneem’s family being Sunni and Yuser’s family being Shiite
Kamal Al-Serouji ــ Sami Al-Halabi
Thursday, 05 May 2016
In Syria today dozens of families receive phone calls from the security branches, asking those related to political prisoners to contact them in order to receive personal documents for their children after they died under torture.
Kamal Sheikho
Wednesday, 24 February 2016
Suleiman Yousef: The humanitarian situation is acceptable. Shelters have been provided for all the displaced Assyrians by civil organizations and humanitarian groups. The churches in Hassakeh and Qamishli have helped them, as well. There are about 1,000 displaced Assyrians. They’ve all been provided with housing, food and clothing
Hadia al-Mansour
Friday, 12 February 2016
Nuha, a 28-year-old from Kafranbel, a small town in northwestern Idlib province, is one of the thousands of women who have lost their husbands to Syria’s ongoing civil war. And like the others, she was left to deal with the hardships of raising her children alone in the face of poverty and strict cultural traditions.
Kamal Srouji
Thursday, 11 February 2016
The legal status of many Syrians continues to be subject to who happens to control the area in which they live. While documents issued by the regime are internationally recognized, documents issued by other authorities are not.
Lylia Nahhas
Wednesday, 10 February 2016
Activist Hala Aldeiri says to Suwar Magazine, “Closing schools, institutes, universities, public clubs, and cafes has increased restraint on women to the degree that most of them just stay home.”
suwar team
Friday, 29 January 2016
Despite this miserable situation, Zabadani women still haven’t lost faith; 470 women have risked their lives to sign their names to a declaration that calling for the cessation of violence. Three thousand signatures have been collected so far from other Syrian free women from all over the country, showing their solidarity with Zabadani women.
suwar team
Friday, 29 January 2016
• The Syrian Transparency Network is an outcome of the Syrian Transparency Network Program. It is a network of interested actors willing to interact with each other around the concept of governance. Its membership is not constant and depends on the level of activity. STN is run by Syrian specialists.
suwar team
Thursday, 28 January 2016
#wecan is a campaign that aims at focusing on the positive productive power, peaceful coexistence values, and acceptance of others which are part of the Syrian society’s values.
Nidal Yusuf
Monday, 25 January 2016
“How does falsification happen?” Suwar magazine asked the lawyer, Yunus Ibrahim. He is specialized in such cases and explained in details the stages followed by real estate property falsifiers and how they exploit many weaknesses. Ibrahim says that the falsifier may get the property owner’s ID card in one way or another.
Malaz Al Zu’abi
Thursday, 21 January 2016
“Under the generous patronage of the health caregiver, Mr. President Hafez al-Assad, and under the instructions of the Health Minister, the first heart transplant surgery will be done tomorrow morning for a citizen of the Syrian Arab Republic. This comes as an unprecedented national accomplishment and a product of the glorious Corrective Movement (Al Haraka Al Tashihya).”
Ammar Akkash
Wednesday, 20 January 2016
The film director, Atiq Rahimi, also the author of the novel the movie is based on, employs minimalism, using minimal places and focuses, like the house curtain that is embroidered with birds and the change of shade and light with the change of daytime. The film has only one revenge scene, which summarizes the war atrocities.
Enjil Al Shaer
Wednesday, 20 January 2016
We start to tell the tale, extending to Atareb and Taftnaz and Kafr Nabl, to the Turkish borders and vice versa, to the story of children who have been displaced and killed, to detentions and death under torture, to the hunger and thirst of Syrians.
Wednesday, 13 January 2016
Let us wonder, for example, what if someone believes, while in anger, that what he sees in the mirror is not a reflection of his own image, but another person who wants to do evil things and cause him harm. Here we, or he, has two choices; to either feel afraid and run away or feel more anger and take on the challenge and attack the enemy and retaliate.
Asem Al-Zubi
Tuesday, 12 January 2016
Human rights violations increased dramatically after the Syrian revolution in 2011. The regime and even some factions related to the armed opposition, both Islamic and moderate ones, have performed human rights violations, including murder, torture, all kinds of detention, and other violations.


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