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Even though violence is coining the media coverage of Syria: Organised in local committees thousands of people protest daily for human rights and democracy. For their unarmed struggle against Assad-brutality they require our support.

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From Damascus underground we hear that activists feel left alone. They rally against Assad's dictatorship and are prosecuted by secret services. We aim to build a bridge of solidarity. Spread the word, tell your friends!

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Bremen Peace Award: Laudation and Speech of Thanks

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Bremen Peace Award: Laudation and Speech of Thanks On November 27, 2015 Adopt a Revolution has been awarded with the International Bremen Peace Award 2015 in the category “Exemplary Initiative”. The two other prize winners are the Somalian Blogger Farah Abdullahi Abdi and the Irish mediator Mary Montague. Read here the laudatory speech and our speech of thanks! In her impressing laudatory speech... Weiterlesen >

Survey amongst Syrian refugees in Germany – Backgrounds

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On October 7 at the “Bundespressekonferenz” in Berlin, we present the results of the first major survey amongst Syrian refugees in Germany. In the past two weeks, we surveyed nearly 900 Syrian refugees why they have fled and under what conditions they could imagine to return to Syria. Here you find the background for questioning... Weiterlesen >

Majority of Syrian refugees in Europe are running from the Assad regime, not Isis, says survey

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First survey of Syrian refugees in Europe to be presented at Federal Press Conference in Berlin, Germany shows most want to return, but not under Assad. A no-fly zone would help more stay. The main cause of Syrians coming to Europe is to flee the violence of the government of Bashar al-Assad, according to the first survey... Weiterlesen >

Who’s Afraid of Razan Zaitouneh? – Karam Nachar

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There was a time, not too long ago, when a young woman headed one of the largest networks of Syrian activists working against the Assad regime. She had blue eyes and uncovered blond hair; she spoke English and held a degree in law; and she was a staunch secularist. But Razan Zaitouneh was utterly uninterested... Weiterlesen >

Take action: Where are the Douma 4?

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Take action: Where are the Douma 4? Tuesday, the 9th of December, marks the first anniversary of the abduction of the four human rights activists, Razan Zaitouneh, Samira al-Khalil, Wael Hamadeh and Nazem Hammadi, called the “Douma 4”. You can do something about this. Put up this picture on Facebook and Twitter as cover photos and use twitter to pressure Zahran Alloush,... Weiterlesen >

Syrian Activists Challenge Mainstream Media: Daesh (IS) and Assad are The Same Thing – Syria Untold

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The self-proclaimed Islamic State (also known as Daesh) has been the center of the media’s attention for quite some time. It has the whole world gripped by fear by its grisly spectacles and medieval executions. However, the gruesome terror of the radical militia seems to obscure an equally ruthless antagonist: the Assad regime. Same Shit... Weiterlesen >

Razan Zeitouneh’s missing light – Reem Zeitouneh

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Ten months have passed and Razan’s email light is still red! It was not easy for me to hear; I did not believe it, and I do not want to believe. Only the idea that Razan disappeared in the Eastern Ghouta area in Duma close to Damascus – at the hands of those she was... Weiterlesen >