discussions on Syria, with Syrians and non-Syrians (IN Syria)

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I’ll continue to update this, but for the moment, here are a variety of discussions with Syrians and peace & justice delegates in Syria:



chat with Damascus taxi driver, Apr 23, 2014
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Conversation with a restaurant owner in Bab Sharqi (East Gate), Old City Damascus, and several of his friends, their experiences with mortars being fired on the city. Mortar fire during our conversation. Apr 27, 2014 
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chat with co-creater of Damascus wall mural, Apr 21, 2014
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chat with Damascus teens, Apr 21, 2014  
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talk with Syrian journalist, April 2014
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discussion with two Americans (one half-Syrian) who have lived in Syria for 22 years
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shop owner on decline in business, Apr 18, 2014
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chat with popcorn vendor, plaza opposite Umayyad mosque, Apr 18, 2014
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discussion with Syrian Brazilian in Damascus, Apr 17, 2014
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Syria shop owner near Bab Sharqi (East Gate) in Damascus, Apr 17, 2014
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brief talk with Syrian Armenian, Damascus, Apr 15, 2014
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On the morning of April 15,  “rebels” in the Jobar district shelled a Damascus elementary school, killing one child and injuring at least 62 more, some of whom are critically-injured, some of whom lost limbs.  A second school–a kindergarten–was also shelled the same morning, in the same densely-inhabited Christian area of Damascus, injuring 3 more children.
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Mother Agnes Mariam on shelling of elementary school and the the “rebels” attacks on civilians.
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British Anglican minister, Andrew Ashdown, talks about Syria and building links with Syrians, giving them platforms to be heard, Apr 14, 2014
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kids at Umayyad mosque, Damascus, Apr 14, 2014
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Homs supporters of President Assad
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Andrew Ashdown and Mairead Maguine on the attacks on Maaloula and other heritage sites, Apr 12, 2014
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discussing Syria with British Anglican minister, Andrew, and Palestinian activist, Suhair, Apr 10, 2014

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