Thursday, October 17, 2019
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https://youtu.be/BKj-X5PuFdU Interview with 16-year-old twins, Sarah and Maya Sarah and Maya Ghassali are 16-year-old twins who migrated from Syria during the civil war in 2012 Melbourne, Australia. They are passionate about helping refugees and in doing so have started their own podcast 'Refugees on air' where they interview refugees about their inspiring stories. Everyday they aim to make positive changes in...
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From YouTube, Centre Culturel Syrien The title has a double meaning: the word "salam" in Arabic means peace and is also a form of greeting. In the context of the video, it is a greeting and a message of peace and hope, carried by Syrian artists to the rest of the world. The idea for the video was born from a...

Lena Chamamyan

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Source: Orange Foundation, Published on Mar 24, 2017, Standard Youtube License Lena is an Armenian Syrian singer, composer and musician. Described as a Syrian ambassador spreading the jasmine voice of Damascus, she has performed in Germany, England, Sweden, Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon, and Russia, as well as her home country of Syria. She sings mainly in Arabic and Armenian, but also in Syriac,...
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Echoes From Ugarit is played by American Syrian Malek Jandali. It is an arrangement of the oldest music notation in the world. Source Jim Ross, Cinematographer  Published on Oct 1, 2010, Standard Youtube Licence, Jandali 'released his first album of compositions for piano and orchestra, Echoes from Ugarit, in June 2009. The album was briefly in the international music charts of the United Arab Emirates. The...
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Luke Cornish is drawing on his experiences travelling through Syria to paint a picture of the country beyond the news headlines. (Aired SBS World News February 12th 2017). Permission to publish on Beloved Syria from Brianna Roberts First published on 5 March 2017, SBS World News Extract from interview with Luke Cornish by Maggie Brown, for Beloved Syria, 2nd Issue: Since being a...
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Children have a right to play, but in Damascus the ruined streets are their playground. Dateline reveals the harsh lessons they've already learnt about war. For more on Luke Waters' story, go to the SBS Dateline website... http://bit.ly/1oLN9lV   - From SBS Dateline, First Published Feb 23, 2016
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- From Rand Younes (YouTube) In response to #refugeecrisis, I step into the shoes of Syrian refugees to see what the Australian public thinks of them! The response was touching and inspiring proving that humanity still exists :) Remember, history is being written and we are the writers!
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From AlAhmad Films (YouTobe) 'Damascus Lives & Loves' is a short documentary about the daily life of people in the oldest inhabited city in the world during these difficult times that Syria is experiencing. The short documentary will have no voice-over, neither subtitles nor any additional information, but what you see of the city itself. The goal is to make what is considered...

SYRIA ALways beautiful

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from Syrian Tourism (YouTube)  
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Australia has committed to resettling thousands of refugees from Syria. For some Australians, Syria is so distant it could exist in another universe, and the TV news tends to portray it as a dark, urban wasteland, populated only by villains and victims. But despite the enormous destruction and suffering caused by six years of war, multi-faith Syria survives, and there...