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  • Deir al-Zor: War on Terrorism Destroys the Marginalized City

    In conjunction with the current events, activists have launched a media campaign called Holocaust Deir al-Zor, which sheds light on the massacres witnessed by the city at the hands of the conflict. Human rights organizations sent an urgent message to the Secretary-General of the UN, Antonio Gutiérrez, demanding the need to put pressure on parties


  • The "Islamization of the Syrian Revolution"

    With the escalation of armed opposition operations and attention on them spreading in the media, the Free Syrian Army and other groups began to show features of jihadism. Most of the Free Syrian Army battalions and brigades for example took Muslim names, and their recordings and statements on the internet were filled with religious and jihadi terms.


  • Studies on the Islamic Movement in the Syrian War

    In fact, the group was more than aware of the weakness of its presence inside Syria, as well as abroad. It has expressed signs of this awareness on more than one occasion before the revolution and during it.


  • Hizb ut-Tahrir in the Syrian Revolution

    This paper is primarily based on official party records, videos as well as some eyewitness testimonies, and uses a descriptive, analytical approach. It is an initial research attempt. The theory will be enriched and broader research will completed in the field.


  • Demographic Change in Syria, Years of War and Displacement, Color Other Features of the Country

    What is new today is the intervention of Russian air forces. It is expected that Russian fighters will participate in military operations on the ground against the opposition forces in the coming days.


  • Jaish Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest): Segregation of Men and Women in Idlib University Causes Student Complaints

    The decision to establish the University surprised many people of the region, because of the deteriorating security situation and the continued aerial bombing of the regime, which prevents parents from sending their children to study, especially females.


  • Red Crescent is the Sole Implementer of Agreements between the Regime and the Opposition

    Al Homsi adds, “I witnessed many times a live shooting on the vehicles of the Red Crescent, which once caused an injury for the driver and the volunteer, and eventually the operation failed and was delayed.


  • The Syrian Regime and Iran are Reshaping Damascus

    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."


  • School Dropouts and Declining Education Levels in Turkey

    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.


  • Syrian Refugees; A Political Pawn Between Governments

    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.


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