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Federal St. Broad St. PianoForte Salon Series Live. When Syrians operate the guillotine over the necks of their fellow Syrians. In many ways and different tones, the world has been telling us Syrians to suck it up and die… to give up on living and that we have no right to dream, and Syrians have been operating the guillotine over the necks of their fellow Syrians and telling them to give in and accept the death sentence. She literally got sacked. Her Syrian-American boss, who knows no o. Image courtesy of PixabayFor as long as I remember, people have asked why my political, religious and social views keep changing.
The more I read and get exposed to information, stories, experiences and ideas, the more my opinions evolve and my brain matures. Those who have not spoken to me for some years would think the change is drastic—and it may have been so, but it certainly did not happen overnight.
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Find the original story here. It has been almost eight years since the war erupted, and even though has seen major events unfold on the military and security levels, much has remained unchanged for Syrians. The carnage was unrelenti. Damascus lights up its biggest Christmas tree. A Syrian couple poses for a picture while gathering around a Christmas tree in the capital Damascus' central neighborhood of Qassaa.
Read the original story here. Headscarf Hailers vs. Haters: Two Sides of the Same Coin Image courtesy of PixabayAs a modest woman in Syria who chose to cover her hair, I often get criticized by both, pro-headscarf and anti-headscarf Syrians. They all want to prove me a hypocrite and a godless creature who should just rip this headscarf off her head. The two parties want me to adopt a certain character of their choice to keep me out of their way.
Barbers never ceased to doctor people in Syria, only we now call them physicians. Most surgeons here are butchers who tear through live human flesh as if it belonged to cadavers. It seems most docto.
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Highlights from My First Wattpad Journey. People in the Middle East are very big on stigmas and are especially innovative when it comes to stigmatizing women. For instance, if a woman does not cook Mulukhiyah the traditional way, does not wax her legs every day or, God forbid, speaks up and has opinions, she is stigmatized for life. Thankfully, branding humans is illegal. They convey stories words fail to tell.
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Image courtesy of PixabayThis article was originally published on Thrive Global. I thought my new dermatologist was mocking me when she flashed me an expressionless smile—one that did not create a single crease in her face. It appeared her face was only stuffed with Botox and her eyebrows were a permanent tattoo. Has Syria's economy practically entered the recovery phase? I started working in Dama. With Damascus secure, Syrians in the city enjoy a bomb-free Eid.
This story was originally published on Arab News. A crowded market in Shaalan, Damascus. After the war started seven years ago, her husband has dissuaded the year-old from visiting the Syrian capital from Bahrain, where they live. You know, they were killing all the Christians at the time, those bastards.
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The Syriacs, the Assyrians, the Chaldeans — not just the Armenians! Rectangular frames rest on the tip of his prominent Roman nose, a nose just like mine. The lenses are so thick they distort the peripheries of his face. How are we Lebanese? We lived under French occupation. I tell you, nothing is colder than English blood. First, he had to flee conscription from the Ottomans, then the genocide.
After that the Druze stole everything from him, kilos of diamonds and gold, when they rebelled in , the bastards.
Lebanese territories were Christian! Just in case. Her tone turns soft and loving when she speaks to me. Intelligence is about being flexible.
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My heart races as we approach the first Syrian checkpoint. We slow to a stop; the checkpoint is flanked by two concrete kiosks painted with the Syrian flag. His eyes shoot between the double-chinned child on the ID card and my bearded self. Show me your passport. My testes have retreated into my gut — he could accuse me of evading conscription or falsifying identification.
As he walks away from the car, a ray of sunlight spears through the window into my over-packed bag, and a glimmer of gold appears. I delve my hand deep and pull out the source. The soldier takes the freshly minted passport out of its plastic sleeve, inspecting it slowly, looking at every page. He pauses for some time. Slender concrete arches clad in sandstone mark the entry to the second border crossing at Jdeidat Yabous. Each lane adorned by a portrait — the first of the president, the second his father before him. The black, white and red Syrian flag flies high between them.
He comes back shortly after, with my exit card stamped. Look away when they take their rizqa. Their rizqa ; their livelihood. War has increased the cost of living tenfold; salaries have remained largely unchanged. Most soldiers are too proud to take money — instead they take packets of cigarettes.
conssamseadefi.tk Bribery, though technically illegal, is a fact of life. There are between eight and twelve checkpoints from the Lebanese border to my home in Damascus, depending on the roads taken. War has increased the cost of living tenfold…Most soldiers are too proud to take money — instead they take packets of cigarettes. Bribery for everything. You can even bribe your dad. By the time we pass the checkpoint, two more have disappeared.
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