Bashar al-Assad crosses our red line with his outrageous new tax on kabob.
How many are there?
Where’s Dan Aykroyd when you actually need him?
Syrian-American hip hop artist Omar Offendum lyrically delivers Syria to your ears. Enjoy and spread the good word.
But it’s not Libya.
Can holding a rose be a radical form of protest?
The hypocrisy of Arab sectarian behavior is not part of Arab history.
Politics and its usual realism have always trumped the wonderful ideals driving resistance.
I cannot remain silent anymore. I am writing this out of frustration from what I see, out of fear of what could happen, and most importantly out of hope for the potentialities in the distance.
A little known poem penned by one of the world’s best selling poets, Gibran Kahlil Gibran, in the July 1926 issue of “Syrian World” (NYC’s first Arab American English newspaper):