Through details from his media work, and the story of Abu Khalid, who is terrified of loneliness and aircrafts, Khalifa Khodr’s entry for Al-Jumhuriya Fellowship for Young Writers dwells on life conditions in one of Aleppo’s neighborhoods in 2014. Continue reading
It’s been four years since a Syrian Air Force MiG jet bombarded Yarmouk camp, marking the beginning of a new nakba for the 150,000-200,000 Palestinians living there. Continue reading
In this second addition to the Al Jumhuriya Fellowship for Young Writers, Abdulhamid Yousef writes about survival as a wound, and safety as a burden carried by those who leave their homes locked in suitcases. Continue reading
Rouba Mhaissen explains what it’s like to manage a local humanitarian organization working with Syrians and the difficulties that come with the role. Continue reading
There are four possible mechanisms to achieve judicial justice for war criminals in the Syrian conflict, three of which are currently disabled and one that could only achieve a symbolic verdict.