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Sam Dagher
Reporting on the Middle East & its people since 2003. Author of Assad or We Burn the Country: How One Family’s Lust for Power Destroyed Syria. Out May 28, 2019
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Foreigners & foreign countries are ones who always pay price: Trumpists say ’s aide misunderstood what officials asking of because of his poor English while Democrats say is an actor after all because he denied quid pro quo.
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Foreigners & foreign countries are ones who always pay price: Trumpists say ’s aide misunderstood what officials asking of because of his poor English while Democrats say is an actor after all because he denied quid pro quo.
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Replying to @KimGhattas
Congrats Kim!
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Sam Dagher Dec 9
Lost in all the impeachment noise: The government has taken at least 1,100 children from their parents since family separations officially ended by
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Liz Sly Dec 6
Reports coming in of many casualties in Baghdad tonight as unidentified gunman open fire on protesters. is reporting 15 dead. Iraqis suspect the shooting is retaliation for today’s Treasury sanctions on militia leaders
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Zararee Dec 6
Zaid, on the right, was kidnapped last night because he used his camera to document the horrible acts of the government against the protesters. Shohani, on the left, was badly wounded by a bullet in the head tonight near Sinak Bridge. Is this ever going to stop?
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Rasha Al Aqeedi Dec 6
Tahrir Square 10 minutes ago. After the carnage. They dust it off and carry on.
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Sam Dagher Dec 6
Just heard excerpt of interview with deputy commander, usual talking points about them being resistance movement beloved by people. Did not hear Bowen challenge him that the people including many Lebanese Shia see it differently
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Sam Dagher Dec 6
Replying to @lemmanour @Adlamassoud
Thank you Lemma!
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Farnaz Fassihi Dec 5
I'll be talking about & the unprecedented violence with on her show on Friday. Tune in & (Thank you Christiane jan for the invite.)
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A D Miller Dec 5
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Nadim Houry Dec 5
Dear Sam! mabrouk and very much deserved.
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Sam Dagher Dec 5
Replying to @nadimhoury
Thank you dear Nadim!
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Sam Dagher Dec 5
thank you dear Kim! yes inshallah soon. And best of luck with your new and extremely timely book, can't wait to dig into it
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Sam Dagher Dec 5
Thank you for naming one of the best books of 2019. It's in great company. Book is dedicated first & foremost to the brave Syrians who broke the fear barrier in 2011 to defy one of world's most hideous & brutal regimes.
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LAU New York Dec 3
Panel on Protest Movements in , and . NY Times Journalist : Iran will not retreat from the region. It’s been diligent and strategic about holding its power from the Gulf to the Levant.
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LAU New York Dec 3
Panel on Protest Movements in Iran, Iraq and Lebanon. “The poor Lebanese whatever their sect is have more in common than the very top of the socio-economic class.”- on .
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LAU New York Dec 3
Panel on Protest Movements in Iran, Iraq and Lebanon. on Iraq:”The State in the Iraqi consciousness is very central, so the fight is always about having one foot with the state and one without. The protests happening now is about having a state that works for everyone.”
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LAU New York Dec 3
Diving into the root of the region’s protests and what if anything can change
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Sam Dagher Dec 2
Thank you & for putting among best books of 2019. Honored & thrilled. Book available online & in bookstores. Sadly no end in sight to Syrian tragedy since publication in May 2019
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