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Three Years of Revolt in Syria April 6, 2014

Posted by raved in Uncategorized.

Syria Freedom Forever - سوريا الحرية للأبد


This article was published New Socialist Webzine : http://www.newsocialist.org/744-three-years-of-revolt-in-syria

The recent death of Canadian photo journalist and New Socialist Editorial Associate Ali Mustafa in a Syrian military bomb blast was a grim reminder of the brutal war that’s ongoing in Syria. Joseph Daher wrote a series of six articles in 2012 that analysed the Syrian rebellion. These articles can be found here. In this article Joseph Daher analyses the many forces of reaction within Syria, and celebrates three years of courageous struggle for democracy and social change.

It has now been three years since the Syrian revolution started. Over the past few months, Governments and mainstream media, whether in the West or in the Middle East, have constantly portrayed the Syrian revolution as dead. They claim either that it has become a sectarian war between the Sunni Majority and the religious and ethnic minorities, or that it has led to a…

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1. seek - April 16, 2015

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2. raved - April 16, 2015

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