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  • Suwar Magazine interview with Riad Hammoud Darar, a Syrian opposition political and social activist

    The Syrian opposition has never succeeded in achieving the objectives of the Syrian revolution. It has failed the Syrian people. I do not see any future for them. The Syrian opposition is floundering and has become like a puppet in the hands of the international and regional fractions. New forces and parties must emerge which will adopt a Syrian political approach away from ideological thinking


  • Syria’s Assyrian Christians: 'Victims of This War'

    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


  • Suwar Magazine: a dialogue with the researcher Dr. Samir Aita

    Basic introductions to negotiate are known. It is in all the documents that have been developed in 2012; Geneva document 1 to Cairo documents. Any talk about guarantees before negotiating does not make sense but to impose this or that interpretation by the States before embarking on negotiations between the Syrians. Placing any result to a negotiation as a condition for negotiations won’t happen


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