Syria

All Eyes are on Idlib, Syria Tomorrow
All Eyes are on Idlib, Syria Tomorrow

Tomorrow is a pivotal day for Idlib Syria and it’s embattled leader Abu Muhammad Jolani.  Protests have been violently dispersed twice in the last two weeks. Each time the protesters were beaten and attacked by knife wielding security forces, as was the case at the sit in of the Military court, the following protests saw […]

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Military Court Issues Ruling in the Assassination of Activist Mohammed Abdul Latif Abu Ghanoum and His Pregnant Wife
Military Court Issues Ruling in the Assassination of Activist Mohammed Abdul Latif Abu Ghanoum and His Pregnant Wife

The military court today issued a ruling in the high-profile case of the assassination of activist Mohammed Abdul Latif Abu Ghanoum and his pregnant wife, who were tragically shot and killed in 2022 in the city of Al Bab. This case has drawn significant attention both locally and internationally. The head of the military court, […]

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Why Syrians Will Not Be Mourning the Death of the Iranian President
Why Syrians Will Not Be Mourning the Death of the Iranian President

Today’s announcement of the death of Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi in a helicopter crash in Azerbaijan has not evoked sorrow among many Syrians, largely due to the significant and controversial role Iran has played in supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Under Raeisi’s leadership, Iran continued its unwavering support for Assad’s regime, which has been implicated […]

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Protests in Idlib Rage as HTS Scrambles for a Solution
Protests in Idlib Rage as HTS Scrambles for a Solution

Recent protests against Abu Mohammad Jolani, the leader of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), have intensified in Idlib and surrounding areas. The demonstrations, ongoing since February, were sparked by the death of Abdulqadir Alhakim, who was tortured to death in an HTS prison. His death ignited widespread anger and mobilized many to protest against HTS’s authoritarian […]

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Chaos Reigns as Crackdown on Protesters in Idlib Continues
Chaos Reigns as Crackdown on Protesters in Idlib Continues

Gang beatings, arrests, and pandemonium have greeted protesters in Idlib city today at the hands of HTS security forces. Protesters are particularly charged due to the violent crackdown inflicted upon them several days ago by knife wielding agents of HTS strongman Abu Muhammad Jolani. Several protesters were stabbed in the head and one woman was […]

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Idlib, Syria Tense as Protests Grow
Idlib, Syria Tense as Protests Grow

Several protesters were stabbed in the head by knife wielding security officers during the break up of the sit in that took place at the military court. Several women were also assaulted by security officers including protester Rehab Eisa who was stabbed in the abdomen and back.

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HTS Shaykhs Denounce Attacks on Protesters
HTS Shaykhs Denounce Attacks on Protesters

A group of HTS Shaykhs have spoken against the attacks carried out on peaceful protesters yesterday that were calling for justice for detainees in Abu Muhammad Jolani’s prison. This is their statement:

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Scholars in Idlib Respond to HTS Attacks on Protesters
Scholars in Idlib Respond to HTS Attacks on Protesters

Yesterday peaceful protesters were knifed and beaten by Abu Muhammad Jolani’s security forces in Idlib, Syria yesterday. They were protesting what they said were practices of unjust detainment of dissenting voices, torture of detainees, and execution of prisoners without trial.

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HTS Forces Attack Protesters Calling for Justice in Idlib
HTS Forces Attack Protesters Calling for Justice in Idlib

Peaceful protesters who have been protesting in the area around the Military court in Idlib, Syria were viciously attacked this afternoon. They are protesting the continued practice of unjust detention and executions without trial carried out by HTS leader Abu Muhammad Jolani and his security forces. This afternoon following midday prayers HTS forces gathered around […]

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The Plight of an Iranian Family: A Quest for Freedom Amidst Oppression
The Plight of an Iranian Family: A Quest for Freedom Amidst Oppression

In a distressing development from the war-torn landscapes of northern Syria, a family of four from Ahwaz, a Sunni Arab region in Iran, finds themselves in the grips of another ordeal far from their homeland.

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