I wrote some words in the NYT about Idlib, Syria, and justice in the Middle East: 3 Million People With Nowhere to Go
In Opinion Op-Ed contributor Kareem Shaheen writes ahead of an expected assault on Idlib, "Syria taught me that knowledge does not lead to accountability."
In this heartfelt account, captures the despair and frustration of bearing witness to the horrendous tragedy of Syria. "I...continued reporting in order to create a record, hoping that nobody would say we didn’t know." We definitely know.
Incredibly moving piece on #Idlib by . He speaks the words that so many of us no longer have the ability to say.
“Syria taught me that knowledge does not lead to accountability.” A powerful piece by ⁦⁩ that will stay with me for a long time.
If you read one thing today, let it be this. by #Syria #Idlib
As the battle for Idlib looms, read about what it all means. Opinion | 3 Million People With Nowhere to Go - The New York Times
"Many will die, many will flee, many will be buried under the rubble. It happened before. It will happen again. We know it. We are complicit in our knowledge, indifference and inaction." #EyesOnIdlib
"Many will die, many will flee, many will be buried under the rubble. It happened before. It will happen again. We know it. We are complicit in our knowledge, indifference and inaction."
"Many will die, many will flee, many will be buried under the rubble. It happened before. It will happen again. We know it." | on Idlib's coming storm.
“Arab fairy tales start with a line: Kan ya ma kan. It was, or it wasn’t. The myth is yours to believe in or to deny. Kan ya ma kan, there was an international community. Kan ya ma kan, there were values of justice and decency.” By on #Syria
"We are complicit in our knowledge, indifference and inaction." 's brilliant essay in mourning all that has been massacred in #Syria: children, parents, a country, the myth of international justice, & basic values of human decency ...
Half a million people died in Syria and yet Syrians have been left with no hope for justice, says
Powerful essay on Idlib by : 3 Million People With Nowhere to Go
“Arab fairy tales start with a line: Kan ya ma kan. It was, or it wasn’t. The myth is yours to believe in or to deny. Kan ya ma kan, there was an international community. Kan ya ma kan, there were values of justice and decency.” By on Syria
Must read this really powerful essay by in on Syria abd the absence of justice.
"Many will die, many will flee, many will be buried under the rubble. It happened before. It will happen again. We know it. We are complicit in our knowledge, indifference and inaction."
"Arab fairy tales start with a line: Kan ya ma kan. It was, or it wasn’t. The myth is yours to believe in or to deny. Kan ya ma kan, there was an international community. Kan ya ma kan, there were values of justice and decency." - From on #Syria
If you read just one thing today (or tomorrow, or the next day), let it be ‘s haunting, beautifully written lament of the failure of the international community to protect millions of people in #Syria from more senseless anguish & death. #idlib
This is honest and powerful and worth remembering: 3 Million People With Nowhere to Go via
A stunning, gutwrenching reflection on the war in Syria from one of the very best journalists who covered it
"Many will die, many will flee, many will be buried under the rubble. It happened before. It will happen again. We know it. We are complicit in our knowledge, indifference and inaction."
Syria taught me that knowledge does not lead to accountability, says
Half a million people died in Syria & millions of people with nowhere to go. Assad’s forces are about to attack Idlib, the last rebel-held province in Syria. Fear of mass slaughter is increasing. The Syrians have been left with no hope for justice.
«Many will die, many will flee, many will be buried under the rubble. It happened before. It will happen again. We know it. We are complicit in our knowledge, indifference and inaction.» On #Syria, before & after Idleb; a powerful text by ⁦
3 Million People With Nowhere to Go #Syria #Idlib "Many will die, many will flee, many will be buried under the rubble. It happened before. It will happen again. We know it. "
“Many will die, many will flee, many will be buried under the rubble. It happened before. It will happen again. We know it. We are complicit in our knowledge, indifference and inaction.” - on Assad’s imminent assault on Idlib