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Sam Dagher
Middle East correspondent, The Wall Street Journal. Covering Syria from inside Syria. RTs/links/Following not endorsements
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
Precisely you put your finger on it that's pretty much what most of the more than 2 dozen people interviewed said
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
Thank you Randa, your feedback means a lot
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
If interested, a good summary in Arabic بلعربي of today's story about quest to cling to power on
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Matina Stevis Dec 20
An elegy to Homs, brave & impressive 3-part project by & co do not miss it
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
Hafez al mausoleum in Qardaha many regime old guard saw 2011 uprising from Hama 1982 prism "Us or them"
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
Military uniform patches for pro regime militias & security forces
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
View of the ruin in street in Hamidiyeh in city where slogan "Assad or we burn country"scrawled on wall
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
what propaganda this is in the story in today's survival of regime is survival of
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
This photo in also says a lot, leader behind no matter cost
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Seloom Dec 20
تقرير مهم ل سام داغر عن
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
Sadly this photo from ruins of says it all. On wall: "Long live Assad's - or we burn the country"
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
2/2 Poster referring to father: "Rest in peace in heavens above master you should be proud of Bashar”
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
1/2 In hometown of Qardaha posters of him with late father Hafez al-Assad shows latter with halo
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
2/2 Abu Karo, who sold ice cream to in Kasab , about : "He can survive but he can't win"
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
1/2 Abu Karo a shopkeeper in resort of Kasab in sold ice cream cones to & friends says "he's nice man"
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
You do not have to believe anything it's your choice
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
Words of regime officer: “I always tell Sunnis, ‘Your only protector is because he’s restraining us,’"
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
Open role of & in after July 18, 2012 bombing fueled militancy on side via
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
Pro regime militia leader told me regime + + intentionally stoked Shiite sectarian passions
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Sam Dagher Dec 20
4/4 Mr. Faqir & friends released ping pong balls w/ slogans from elevation in toward home
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