Mohammad Dibo

Current editor-in-chief of SyriaUntold (Arabic). He is a Syrian poet, writer and researcher interested in Syrian culture and economy. Dibo's latest work is an autobiographical book, "Like He Who Witnesses His Own Death", about his experience in prison during the early days of the Syrian uprising. He is a regular contributor in many Arab and international newspapers.

Prison: Writing versus experience

27 February 2020
Is it just Syria that has turned into a prison, or has the whole world become one as well? Doesn’t US intelligence manage a network of hundreds of prisons across...
Raed Fares: Turning Emotional Pain into Awareness

28 November 2018
If we want to walk in Raed’s footsteps and continue what he started, we must first call a spade a spade. A revolution is a revolution, oppression is oppression, extremism...
Ziad Adwan: No Deeper Shock than that of Syrians

07 August 2018
“Every refugee thinks his tragedy is the worst. But, I noticed that Syrian refugees are the most shocked," Ziad Adwan tells SyriaUntold.
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