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Photo and photographer: Time to shape our own narrative

18 October 2020
Amid international war reportage that dehumanizes them, and after decades of state propaganda that demanded their silence, what is the role of today's Syrian photographers?
Syria’s Labor Communist Party, a rich political history

16 October 2020
What can Syria's progressive opposition learn from the story of the Labor Communist Party?
Strategies for rebellion: A queer reading of the Syrian revolution

06 October 2020
"To be queer in the revolution means that you have to remain silent as if you yourself were responsible for all the massacres, shelling and displacement, while no one seems...
My childhood friend, now a ghost

18 September 2020
A psychologist friend of mine once told me that the best way to grieve the dead is to touch their bodies. In Islamic burials, we wash our loved ones with...
Weekly media digest

18 September 2020
SyriaUntold brings you the latest edition of our digest. We want to share with you the news, features, investigative pieces and long-form essays that we're reading this week.
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