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Ruthanne Sikora

Ruthanne Sikora is a full-time caregiver for her differently-abled daughter Lauren, human rights activist, Global Studies student, part-time writer and English editor.

Meet Cody Langford: Small-town hacktivist turned Syrian activist

"Though politically, the US will most likely not take any action to eliminate Assad or even Amjad Youssef," Cody Langford told SYRIAWISE.

Opinion | Another scene from the never-ending cycle of Assad savagery

"The only way that Syria will find wholeness as a nation, and healing for its collective pain, is for Assad to be held accountable," writes Ruthanne Sikora.

The Coin: A poem narrating a Syrian true story

"Why here? Why now? The old man said; It’s a dangerous time; You could end up dead."

Sam Kadi: A film-maker’s journey from Aleppo to Los Angeles

"I am blessed to be a film-maker to tell the story of my native country to the world," says writer, producer and director Sam Kadi.

Opinion | Syria and Ukraine: Two sides of a Putin coin

"Are we complacent enough to sit back and let Putin succeed in his mission to become the next dominant world power?"

News Analysis | Mass graves in Syria: A whistle-blower’s testimony

"No talk of rebuilding on the land as long as the bodies of so many beloved family members are under the ground," says Fadwa Mahmoud.

Assad’s unlikely comeback: Foreign Policy’s Bente Scheller

“Regional governments [...] are mending fences with a murderous regime—showing human rights abusers everywhere how to commit atrocities with impunity.” @BenteScheller

Father Paolo: When absence means strong presence in hearts and minds

Father Paolo Dall’Oglio, an Italian Jesuit priest beloved by Syrians, disappeared in July 2013 while on a personal mission of mercy in Raqqa, Syria....

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