Articles Archive for Majhool

We Syrians are often exposed to the meaningless blaming rhetoric by the Syrian leadership that the Syrian society bears the main responsibility for the lack of reform or its slow pace forward. In other words, we are supposed to blame the victims. The Syrian government and political leadership neither govern nor lead effectively. They cover […]

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August 25th, 2007 | Re: ‘Syrian expatriates

What role could expatriates play in building a better Syria? Syria‚??s expatriate communities are incredibly diverse. If we exclude from the discussion seasonal Syrian workers in Lebanon, and 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, etc. immigrants in South America, the Syrian expatriates could be divided into two broad groups based upon their Geo-cultural region of residence: The […]

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