صورة اليوم – Photo of the day

Down with Assad... Down with arms dealers, with archeological thieves, white slaves traffickers and religious profiteers... Down with Syrian blood traders! ------ Nieder mit Assad.. Nieder mit den Waffenhändlern.. Nieder mit den Dieben der archäologischen Schätze.. Nieder mit den Frauenhändlern.. Nieder mit den Religionshändlern.. Nieder mit den Händlern des syrischen Blutes! ----- Abajo el regimen del asad ... abajo los traficantes de armas.... abajo los comerciantes de antiguedades ....  abajo los traficantes de mujeres.. Abajo los divulgadores de la religion.. Abajo los comerciantes de la sangre del pueblo sirio

Down with Assad… Down with arms dealers, with archeological thieves, white slaves traffickers and religious profiteers… Down with Syrian blood traders!
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Nieder mit Assad.. Nieder mit den Waffenhändlern..
Nieder mit den Dieben der archäologischen Schätze.. Nieder mit den Frauenhändlern.. Nieder mit den Religionshändlern.. Nieder mit den Händlern des syrischen Blutes!
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Abajo el regimen del asad … abajo los traficantes de armas…. abajo los comerciantes de antiguedades ….
abajo los traficantes de mujeres..
Abajo los divulgadores de la religion..
Abajo los comerciantes de la sangre del pueblo sirio

A Call on the Occasion of Ramadan by Father Paolo Dall’Oglio

A Call on the occasion of Ramadan 1434H, 2013AD

Believers in God, the One, the Merciful as well as all believers in humanity refuse the ongoing bloody fighting and horrific conflict unfolding between Muslims of the Sunni branch and their Shi’i counterparts, who together form the one nation of Islam.

The massive moral, human, and material losses caused by conflicts extending from Pakistan to Lebanon, and from Iran to Yemen as well as the sectarian conflicts stretching from Egypt to North West Africa and the Sahara are irreplaceable and damage the reputation of Islam, the religion of peace, and its people. استمر في القراءة

Faces from the Syrian Revolution: Amjad al-Sioufi

In Memory of Amjad al-Sioufi

Who was martyred as the result of the Syrian regime’s shelling on 18/1/2013.

Today, I paid my condolences at Amjad’s home. Many people were there, some I knew and some I did not. I did not stay for long, unfortunately, as I had a prior commitment and planned on staying for no more than an hour. His friends started talking about Amjad and what he did for the revolution. I will tell you some of what he did, and you can judge for yourselves. I will start from the beginning of the revolution. استمر في القراءة

photo of the day – صورة اليوم

The photo shows a solitary cell in one of the liberated State Security branches in Syria .....A defected soldier who used to work in this branch said that they used to put two or even three detainees in this Standing Coffin

The photo shows a solitary cell in one of the liberated State Security branches in Syria …..A defected soldier who used to work in this branch said that they used to put two or even three detainees in this Standing Coffin

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Stories of the War-wounded and War-disabled in Jordan

Dr Shahrazad al-Jundi

3 December 2012

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I met him, a young man in his twenties lying on bed or leaning over with his head on a pillow. His smile attracted me. I asked him how he got injured. “A gunshot in the neck” he replied before adding in a low voice with a smile shining on his face: “I’m from the Free Syrian Army and I was wounded during the battle in Homs. I was shot in the neck and I’m totally paralyzed now. I can’t sit up or move or even raise my head. He was still smiling as he thanked God. I asked him how he managed to reach Amman, he answered: “After we arrived in Daraa, four people carried me for eight hours until we got here”. I asked him if he needs anything or if I can do anything to help him; he replied “I just want freedom. Although I will be a prisoner of my own body forever, but I want freedom for Syria”. استمر في القراءة