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Resist NOW – Interview with Eva Bartlett (Video)

Exclusively for Syriana Analysis, Marwa Osman interviews the Canadian independent journalist Eva Bartlett right after her return from Syria, where she visited Damascus, Eastern Ghouta, Daraa and Aleppo.

May 21, 2018, Syriana Analysis

 

Related Links in Prior posts:

Interview on Syria Insider: Dismantling Media Lies On Syria, Chemical Weapons, the White Helmets

Report Back on Douma and other eastern Ghouta areas, also on Aleppo and Dara’a: Interview on 21st Century Wire

This Is What They Don’t Want You To Know About Syria: Eva Bartlett on Dan Dicks’ Press For Truth

Interview on Syria Insider: Dismantling Media Lies On Syria, Chemical Weapons, the White Helmets

While in Syria, on May 17, 2018, I gave an interview on Syria Insider. I’ve since added corresponding footage or photos to the video, to highlight some of the points I made.

*Editing credits at the end pertain to the original video on Syria Insider, shared here.

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Aleppo Residents on Life Without Terrorists in City, and Terrorist Bombings From Outskirts

Insights into life in Aleppo, which has hugely improved since liberation…but civilians still face terrorist mortars from the outskirts of Aleppo.
Khaled Iskef is an investigative journalist who has done amazing on the ground investigations into the Bana al-Abed hoax, into the White Helmets, and more. He speaks briefly in this clip about continued terrorist attacks on the city. I’ll share another clip with Khaled soon.
Pierre Le Corf, who for years now has worked with youths in Aleppo, speaks about the psychological effects on people, in this case youths.

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White Helmets Complex Down Lane From Terrorist Bomb Making Factory, Ghouta

Recently, I visited Saqba, eastern Ghouta, interested in seeing the vacated former White Helmets complex. These “humanitarian” and “neutral” so-called rescuers instead of staying with civilians left with other terrorists when the Syrian government liberated eastern Ghouta and humanely gave terrorists the option to be safely transported to Idlib (or, if a terrorist without blood on his hands, and also not a foreign mercenary, to lay down arms and join the reconciliation process, which as of last year when I inquired had over 85,000 participants returned to their civilian lives).

Down a path from their two building complex, just roughly 250 metres or less away, was the bomb making setup of Faylaq al-Rahman, producing mortars and missiles of varying sizes, used to fire on civilians in Damascus. CONTINUE READING

Life under shelling: Insight into traditional Damascus home damaged in attacks (VIDEO)

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Apr 28, 2018, RT.com

Shattered glass and bullet-riddled walls is what a Syrian family’s home turned into after numerous shellings of Old Damascus. The residents gave up on restoring the glass, but are trying to save the traditional décor.

Canadian journalist and rights activist Eva Bartlett visited the family, who showed her around their flat in a traditional Damascus courtyard house they’ve been living in for 80 years. Their home is one of many buildings, hit by strikes that so-called “moderate” rebel groups conduct in the Syrian capital, according to Bartlett, who reported on their extensive shelling in her blog.

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Syrian comedian Treka on Fake Revolution, Fake Chemical Attack, and more

One rainy day in Damascus, Syrian comedian Treka Zn / Treka and I met up to speak about Syria. The man is not only funny, but incredibly informative. Do watch.

Please support Treka by following him on Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube.

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‘They know that we know they are liars, they keep lying’: West’s war propaganda on Ghouta crescendos

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*Still from a video report interviewing civilians who were evacuated from Eastern Ghouta.

21 Mar, 2018, RT.com

-Eva K. Bartlett

 
We are currently witnessing truly remarkable developments in Syria, as the country’s army and allies liberate more districts of Eastern Ghouta. Almost 80,000 people have been evacuated, with more still streaming out.

The late February Syrian-Russian opening of humanitarian corridors out of Eastern Ghouta marked the beginning of the end in the tragedy that is Ghouta’s occupation by terrorists including Jaysh Al-Islam, Hayat Tahrir Al-Sham (Al-Qaeda), Ahrar Al-Sham, and Faylaq Al-Rahman.

Syrian and Russian reporters on the ground have recorded countless testimonies of fleeing civilians. One such subtitled video shows women and children speaking of terrorists starving them – depriving them of food, beating and shooting at them, trapping them in cellars, and holding them hostage.
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