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Opinion | Nazih Abu Afash: Writing poetry in support of dictators

"The history of poetry will not forgive Abu Afash for his praise of the massacres and the dictators who committed them," writes George Tuma.

Opinion | Syria and Ukraine: Victims of Putin criminality

"While support for Ukraine is coming in different forms [...], Syrians have been for 11 years subjected to extermination," writes SHEKH BAKER.

Two massacres, one perpetrator: Putin

The perpetrator in both is the same: Russia's Vladimir Putin.

Grozny, Aleppo, and Kyiv

“Will Kyiv succeed in avoiding the fate of Grozny and Aleppo?” AlKawakbi concludes with this possibly rhetorical question.

Opinion | Just like Ukrainians, Syrians are also victims of Putin

"Syrians must make it clear to the world that they were, and still are, the long-suffering victims of Putin's crimes," writes Dr. Yahya Alaridi.

Opinion | Dear Ukrainians: Assad, not Syrian, mercenaries

"I pray this war will stop soon and I wish the Ukrainian resistance to be victorious over the Russian invaders and aggressors," writes Francesca SCALINCI.

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?"

Putin’s aggression in Syria can teach us a lot about the Ukraine conflict

“It's hardly likely that the world has forgotten about Russia’s brutally murderous intervention in Syria"

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