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صحافة الحرب السورية ذكورية أيضا ومتحيزة ضد النساء

صحافة الحرب السورية ذكورية أيضا ومتحيزة ضد النساء

  في سوريا الأسد٫ سوريا تنظيم “داعش”٫ سوريا المعارضة المسلحة والقاعدة وسوريا الكردية٫ أن تكون صحفياً سورياً يعني أن تواجه قائمة طويلة من العقوبات يفرضها عليك مستّبدون مختلفون “اعتقال٫ خطف٫ قتل تحت التعذيب٫ ذبح بإصدار أو دونه٫ إعدام بالرصاص٫ محاكمات شرعية٫ نفي٫ منع..”. “الخوف يؤرق حياتك ويعّطل تفاصيلها٫ فأي معلومة تتسرب عنك قد تضعك تحت الأرض لسنوات٫ إضافة للحواجز التي ...

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ISIL in Syria: From Isolated Group of Fighters to A Caliphate

ISIL in Syria: From Isolated Group of Fighters to A Caliphate

None of those who started the Syrian uprising in 2011 would have thought that after five years their home will be taken over by many militias and groups including Iranians, Hizbullah, Al Qaeda and a so called “caliphate”. The first two are among 53 foreign shi’ite militias invited to Syria by Bashar Al Assad, unlike ISIL and Al Qaeda that ...

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The Times: Why I’m going back to live in Aleppo

The Times: Why I’m going back to live in Aleppo

By Martin Fletcher Published at 12:01AM, September 15 2015Early one morning this summer Zaina Erhaim was woken by the whistling sound of a barrel bomb falling from a regime helicopter. She could tell that the bomb, packed with explosives and steel shrapnel, was going to land close to her apartment in rebel-held eastern Aleppo. Her husband, Mahmoud, told her not ...

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The road to Aleppo

The road to Aleppo

The journey from Turkey to Aleppo is becoming harder I recently spent a few days in Gaziantep in Turkey. The town is full of Syrians these days. Some are refugees and others are working for one of the many NGOs based there. I have friends who had to leave because they were threatened by the jihadists of the Islamic State. ...

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Syrian diary: Life in Aleppo

Syrian diary: Life in Aleppo

“THREE barrel bombs, two missiles, five mortars… No, no the last explosion is caused by a barrel not a mortar.” This is the first discussion I have with my half-asleep self while turning off my morning alarm. I still use an alarm even though one is provided by the noise of missiles landing nearby. It takes a couple of minutes ...

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