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.

Questioning ‘exile’

23 July 2021
In my mind and memories, exile was a remote and strange place. It was where the persecuted were forced to seek safety from arrest or death, where they were embattled...
Thoughts on exile in Germany

17 July 2021
We aren’t really over there, and we aren’t here either, struggling to find any satisfactory formula to solve the problem of our roots. We don’t understand what to do with...
Wael Sawah: 'I sacrificed literature for politics'

26 May 2021
"I have to admit: I think I have a double personality. When I am in the company of artists and novelists, I forget about politics and politicians, and as soon...
The Syrian story: From unity to fragmentation

23 April 2021
The regime’s lie of reform revealed itself amid increased violence against protesters. And as foreign forces, both with and against the regime, joined the equation, two narratives started to emerge....
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