Majid Rafizadeh

  • When I asked a Greek-Orthodox Christian Syrian man in Bab-Toma, Damascus, if he agreed with Assads socio-political policies he responded that he did not support Assads oppressive security apparatus, but under his rule he and his family were able to freely attend church mass each Sunday and ...

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  • In the past three decades, the Middle East has been the location of three successful popular revolutions, in which ordinary people successfully overthrew their governments: Iran (1979), Egypt (2011) and Tunisia (2011). Bahrain, Syria and Jordan have also been experiencing democratic uprisings and ...

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