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Dedicated to Fida AlBa’ly

It is highly unlikely for one to wake up in the morning and find out that he has lost an eye that was blinking seconds before he dozed the night before. It cannot be true that it is now gone and a soft skin replaces it as if it was never there.

If this is truly happening then it’s the ultimate horror and misery. Just the likability of this taking place makes life hysterical with this kind of chaos and futility. It leads to one e...

“Go Crazy with Your Siege” is all that can be done by the poor Syrians who live in liberated areas which have been under tight siege since months. The patient besieged by the lack of medicines and doctors; has two options either to live with his illness and accept the idea of his death or to risk his life and travel to Damascus city through many checkpoints which might lead to his detention on ID card basis. Most of the people prefer the idea of slow death...

A friend has recently moved from Damascus city to the liberated suburbs and told me that she spent the most overwhelming two hours of her entire life!  Those two hours do not even compare neither to her long years of imprisonment nor to anything else she experienced in her life. 

She has not left the country since the beginning of the revolution and she lives in area -though not liberated- but it is surrounded with shelling and sounds of explosions.  M...

How can anyone account for the phenomenon of having FSA battalions in some of Syria’s liberated areas joining service and civil work as well as spending huge amounts of funds on them while battles continue at many frontiers in those areas?

Assuming that the giving authorities truly aim to help the residents in service and civil matters then why would they delegate this mission to the military battalions and brigades.  The authorities are even delegating the...

How could the last flame of a candle become a distinguished remark of your day?! In the beginning, you will truly regret not bringing another candle before the first candle had extinguished.  Then, you will also regret spending time on your “laptop” writing nonsense till its battery became dead instead of using its screen’s light to bring another candle.  After that, you will again regret consuming the laptop’s power in writing the same nonsense and not go...

In similar situations of which the Syrian people are going through, one can understand the process of dealing with our ordeal as per a priority list.  For instance, rescuing a person shot by a sniper comes before providing a prosthetic peripheral for another who lost a leg due to a splinter.  Likewise, performing a c-section surgery is more urgent than treating a patient from a chronic disease.  However, giving a priority for emergency and severe cases doe...

Dear Ahmad…

Nothing much has changed since you left two months ago except that we are celebrating the second anniversary of the revolution without you. Some of your close friends have also left to where you are resting right now. Anyhow, I don’t really need your news.

The daily mortality rate is still increasing and the sorrows as well. We are no longer aware if we have adapted to death all around us or we have just lost the sense of it. Maybe it is our te...

On the verge of starting its third year, it isn’t peculiar what has surrounded the revolution of chaos, thugs and murderers who are running kidnapping, looting and blackmail bandits whenever they see an opportunity.

All of us know that a major part of these crimes is being committed by the regime’s thugs themselves.  For instance, the abductees of an activist requested a couple of millions ransom for his release later on, his family found out that he is imp...

The news that “Abo Ali Khabiyeh” was martyred did not spread among my friends in the regular fashioned way.  It was more of a question in a context of wonder and disbelieve; Abo Ali was martyred?!  Everyone had the same reaction, those who loved him so much as well as those who have been wary of him.  Those who helped in creating Abo Ali’s myth and the others who practiced its diminution.  The sense of disbelief and astonishment that accompanied the news o...

The Syrian army is going after ghosts and assaulting the displaced people!

Everyday in Damascus, dozens of arbitrary raiding campaigns are taking place by fully-equipped soldiers invading and thoroughly inspecting entire neighborhoods. The term "soldiers" does not necessarily mean that those people are members of the Syrian army. As a matter of fact, Assad thugs and security members have put on military uniforms and are performing their daily chores while b...

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