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Khaled Bakrawi: activist of unforgettable chivalry

Khaled Bakrawi: activist of unforgettable chivalry

  By Faris al-Rifai; Translation by Yusra Ahmed (Zaman Al Wasl)- Many activists of aid and relief died in Palestinian camps during the war in Syria, either by the heavy shelling on camps, or by snipers, or even died under torture in detention...

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Gaza's cancer sufferers cut off from vital care

Gaza's cancer sufferers cut off from vital care

Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians in the strip continue to suffer from shortages of food, housing and medicine in the ongoing siege on Gaza by Israel and the continued closure of the Rafah border by Egyptian force.  Those with more dire medical conditions are also...

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The granny who stood up to ISIS

The granny who stood up to ISIS

An incredible video has emerged showing the moment an elderly woman bravely confronted two Islamic State militants, telling them their terror group is cursed and that they are not back by God. The video, which is believed to have been shot in Syria, shows the woman walks up to...

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After being raped by security, activist deludes family that she killed

After being raped by security, activist deludes family that she killed

Writing by Lama Shammas; Translation by Yusra Ahmed (Zaman Al Wasl)- Lama, a 24-year-old young lady from Hama, decided to announce herself dead after being raped in Syrian regime prison, wishing she can protect her family from the pain they could feel...

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