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Opinion | Winter: Putin’s next deadly weapon in Ukraine

"The #Russians have destroyed half of #Ukraine's energy centers, leaving more than 10 million people without electricity," writes Namroud Sulaiman

Opinion | Syrians watching Putin’s crimes in Ukraine: ‘Déjà vu’

"#Putin’s idea of #Russian foreign policy is based on the use of military force as is evident in both #Syria and #Ukraine," writes Farhad Shekh Baker

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.

What Russia did in Syria may predict what happens next in Ukraine

Notte cites the massacre of Bucha to say that this shows us that “Russia cares relatively little about being blamed by the international community."

Two massacres, one perpetrator: Putin

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

Opinion | From Syria’s White Helmets to Ukrainian people

"Just like Syrians, Ukrainians are facing the most ferocious criminal killing-machine that exists in the world today," writes Raed al-Saleh.

Solidarity with Ukraine in Syria’s Idlib

This is a reminder to the world that what is taking place now in Kyiv and other Ukrainian cities is not a new thing.

INTERVIEW | Samih Choukeir: The very first voice of the Syrian Revolution

"I don't hesitate to exhaust all efforts in working with all Syrians to restore Syria as a state of citizenship and democracy."

Grozny, Aleppo, and Kyiv

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

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