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« Syria’s faceless voices risk their lives by speaking out »

15 mars 2012

The New York Times, « Syria’s faceless voices risk their lives by speaking out », par Kristen McTighe (14.03.2012)


Un an après le début des contestations et des conflits en Syrie, les Syriens parlent et informent le reste du monde au péril de leur vie. En voici un témoignage.


« Rami Jarrah knew the consequences he could face if he were caught, so he spent more than six months hiding his identity to expose the violence and bloodshed he saw at the hands of the Syrian regime. When he was finally confronted by a group of men at a kiosk near his house just two days after being stopped at a checkpoint in Damascus, he knew something was wrong… »


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