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Sam Dagher
Middle East correspondent, The Wall Street Journal. Covering Syria and Lebanon. RTs/links/Following not endorsements
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Sam Dagher 16h
Some new stories on overlook fact city gone through systematic "cleansing" described by in 2013
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Sam Dagher 16h
Enjoyed speaking with yesterday on about the situation in
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This is a recent video clip of area in Jub Jandali where fierce clashes ongoing since weekend
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Intense battles earlier today around Jub al Jandali & Bab Dreib on edge of besieged old quarter of but situation bit quiet now
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election posters going up in gov. held sections of this morning "hand in hand to build "
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RT : 1st time SPA shows the inside of King Abdullah’s private jet as he departs Riyadh to Jeddah for the summer
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See Captain America like you've never seen him before with these portraits by
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Laura Boustani 2d
Thanks for the follow. Check out my blog on Lebanon/Syria when you can: and please be safe.
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Yes will do, thanks
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Thanks Laura
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hi intact no damage
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Moment of peace during recent visit to Seydnaya near
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Bell towers, cupola and dome at Our Lady of Seydnaya monastery during recent visit
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In Seydnaya many said "we're not cowards like Maaloula,"nearby town attacked last year
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On recent visit to Christian town of Seydnaya we were told more than 3,000 have joined national defense force
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Exactly people grappling w/ what's happening in own backyards, you have to remember areas tend to be cut off from each other
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Hi yes everyone aware of talk but so much going on in etc that people tend to focus on local issues
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Today situation relatively quiet in thankfully much less explosions & airstrikes & no car bombs and random mortars and rockets
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Sam Dagher 2d
Thanks indeed quandary of all Syrians Christians and otherwise
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