Posts Tagged ‘Ahrar al-Sham’

Viewpoint: Why blood transfusions are still giving Indians HIV

(Media Report) A recent news report on HIV transmission through blood transfusion in India has been the cause of much controversy. According to information revealed by the country’s National Aids Control Organisation (Naco) in response to a petition filed by an information activist, 2,234 Indians have contracted HIV while receiving blood transfusions in hospitals in […]

Amid the ruins of Syria, is Bashar al-Assad now finally facing the end?

(Media Release) One evening at the end of March, a Syrian rebel leader returned from a meeting across the border in Turkey and called an urgent gathering of his commanders. The five men turned up at their boss’s house in Idlib province expecting to receive the same pleas for patience that they had always heard […]

Islamist rebels in Syria reject National Coalition

Eleven Islamist rebel groups in Syria have announced they do not recognize the authority of the main opposition alliance, the National Coalition. A joint statement says: “All groups formed abroad without having returned to the country do not represent us.” They also call for the opposition to unite under an “Islamic framework”. Islamist rebel forces have […]

What the world overlooked in Syria

Major events taking place across Syria have been overshadowed by the chemical attack saga. Ever since the US announced it would act against Syria in response to a chemical weapon attack more than three weeks ago, the world has been fixated on when and how Washington and its allies will act. The debate on whether […]

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