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 'Syrian School' (Part 3)  'Being Inspired' Syrian School Episode 3 of 5 Five-part series following a year in the life of four schools in Damascus, a high pressure crossroads in the Middle East. It concentrates on some remarkable characters finding their way in a country that has never before opened ordinary life up to the cameras in this way, challenges the usual cliches of...
First published in Atlas Obscura, Dec 10, 2019 In 2013, the mosque’s minaret shattered into 2,000 pieces. A restoration team aims to put them back together. BY CHRIS RAY DECEMBER 10, 2019 On a bright spring day in April 2013, the minaret of one of the world’s most famous mosques came crashing to earth in the Syrian city of Aleppo. The sound...
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October 2019 In Syrian cities and towns, it is normal for primary school students to attend a co-educational school and then for students to be streamed into single-sex secondary schools. (This isn't possible in many small regional schools, so high school students in the countryside often attend mixed classes.) Universities generally have mixed classes. Last month, on my visit to Dar...
Mustafa Ali's Gallery, Damascus
Beloved Syria 'Beloved Syria - Considering Syrian Perspectives' 'Beloved Syria' is currently being updated. New material, such as recent interviews with women in Damascus, will be posted soon. Also, please visit our social media pages. Stay tuned! Editorial Team, 13 October 2019   ________________________________________________ The launch for the second issue of 'Beloved Syria' was held on Sunday 19th November 2017 at Bargoonga Nganjin Fitzroy North Library. It...