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In Memory Of | Abdul Qader Al-Saleh: The prince of Syria’s martyrs for freedom

On November 18, 2013, Abdul Qader Al-Saleh was only 33 years old when he left us, leaving behind a wife and five young children

News Report | Syrian refugees: From Lebanon to the unknown

#Syria is not safe for the return of #Syrian #refugees, as returnees are subjected to extortion, persecution and serious human rights violations

Why are many young Syrians dying of heartache?

"Science is proving that #Syrians in exile run four times more the risk of dying of a heart attack," writes #FrancescaScalinci

Interview | Italy’s Francesca Scalinci: A beautiful voice for Syrians

#FrancescaScalinci has been following the events in #Syria since 2013, taking part in many campaigns in support of freedom for #Syrians.

INTERVIEW | Muhammad Najem: Syria’s teenage war reporter

"No matter how sweet the countries of exile are, our homeland remains the best refuge" says #MuhammadNajem to #SYRIAWISE

INTERVIEW | Bakir Atajan: Turkish advocate for oppressed Syrians

"#Turkey will remain on the side of the oppressed #Syrians who were crushed by the #Assad regime," says #BakirAtajan to #SYRIAWISE

Analysis | Will Britain do it for Syrian refugees?

Will this plan of transferring refugees from Britain to Rwanda prevent people from crossing the English Channel?

Opinion | Trauma runs deep among Syrian survivors

"The unseen wounds of PTSD and other emotional scars [...] will require increasing support and heightened awareness," writes Blanche MICHAEL.

Abdulrahman Matar: A Syrian refugee journalist and writer

"Syrian intellectuals need to focus on the revolution, and all related issues, such as democracy, and political detainees," says Matar.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR | From a Syrian mother’s heart

"Do you know that longing is a prison, nostalgia is an arrest, and waiting is a single cell?"

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