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Ahmad Shokr and Anjali Kamat
[This interview was conducted by Ahmad Shokr and Anjali Kamat, and translated/published in Spanish by www.rebelion.org] Entrevista a Fawaz Trabulsi, historiador y escritor libanés: Siria, Yemen y la Primavera Árabe [Traducido para Rebelion por Loles Olivan.] Ahmad Shokr y Anjali Kamat (AS y AK): El pueblo sirio ha estado resistiendo desde hace meses y sigue saliendo a las calles a pesar de que la represión va en aumento. ¿Cómo caracterizaría el levantamiento ...Keep Reading »
Escaping Mumana'a and the US-Saudi Counter-Revolution: Syria, Yemen, and Visions of Democracy (Interview with Fawwaz Traboulsi)
Ahmad Shokr and Anjali Kamat (AS&AK): The Syrian people have been resisting for months now and keep coming out on the streets despite escalating repression. How would you characterize the uprising in Syria and where do you think it is heading? Fawwaz Traboulsi (FT): People I’ve talked to in Syria tell me that spirits are very high. People are very optimistic. I think they are moved by the certainty that this regime cannot remain. Now that’s not necessarily going to ...Keep Reading »
Ahmad Shokr is an editor at Al-Masry Al-Youm English Edition and a Ph.D. candidate in History and Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at New York University.
Anjali Kamat is an independent journalist and Democracy Now! correspondent.
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