Making fun of Bahsar al-Assad’s brutal crackdown on protesters might seem a little insensitive, but an online Syrian series which does just that is proving increasingly popular among dissidents themselves. Meet their "weapon of mass derision".
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I have family in Hasakah and Tel Tamar. I agree with the Free Syrian Army and what it needs to accomplish, Sad to say, blood must be shed for this freedom and I hope that there will be a MONUMENT WITH ALL THOSE NAMES THAT GAVE THEIR LIVES! in each city. We have been needing new "YOUNG BLOODS" to run Syria as well as the other Arab countries. I love that land of Syria, such tranquility and calm and quiet especially out pat Tadmor, Dae' a Zour and points East. I need to return to Syria now but the fighting has me alarmed. Are we safe to land at Dam Airport? Can we drive from Dam to Al Hasakah? I am in Italy now. You know, there is a man running around there and he sings and reads all the names of those who perished. I like that. send me your Email and keep in touch. Ciao...............................Joe
the rightenousness stand and the wicked governments will fall
the sign says "freedom and all" not freedom is all.
If anyone could put subtitle on thoses videos, this would be greatly appreciated, ty.
We need such a talented people to convey our free message through art, music, and all means of multimedia in order to break the fear and show our case to all the over the the world
Thank you guys and God bless you
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