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Baha would’t settle for less than an article to mourn him not only because he was the “salt of our revolution” as well as a beloved figure to all revolutionists in his hometown Daraya; for his smile, great sense of humor, courage and enthusiasm; but also because he always wanted to be a hero.  He wanted to be talked of and told about and he wanted his pictures on the profiles of friends in all social networks.  On his Facebook page, Baha wrote in his biogr...

A year ago, he was a young man smiling with hope and his worries were behind his back.  He remained like that even after his first detention experience that lasted for 3 months shortly after the beginning of the revolution.  That day we explained the phenomenon with the spirit of youth that confronts all odds and defies all horrors the Syrians are experiencing inside the regime’s prisons which resemble nothing but hell.  At that time, all detainees used to...

Ahmad Kousa has left indeed.  His friends confirm it, expressions that mourn him are everywhere, his page is out of naughty words and his “Skype” account no longer lights up every morning with these words “Hey sister, how are you today?”

All of his friends affirm that he is in heaven now while I find myself like a little kid trying to mentally repaint heaven’s features to make sure that he’s in some place up there.  If he has left for sure, then why his dep...

A couple of days ago when the military campaign had intensified on Douma city, residents were surging to leave the afflicted city and those who could not leave were imprisoned in their own homes under that insanely violent shelling. The news continued to follow about seizing control of a checkpoint here, several people who were martyred there and fierce clashes in some other area… Only her was sleeping oblivious of her surroundings like a queen of this wor...

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