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‘I Felt on Top of the World’: The Syrians Celebrating Soleimani’s Death
The Human Rights Abuses Behind Erdogan and Trump's 'Safe Zones'
The Human Rights Abuses Behind Erdogan and Trump's Syrian 'Safe Zones'
The Seeds of Trump’s Abandonment of Syrian Kurds Were Sown by Obama
U.S. Withdrawal From Syria Threatens Revival of Kurdish Language, Too
Assad's New Syria: A Police State More Aggressive Than Ever
Assad's New Syria: A Police State With Rampant Poverty and a Playground for Superpowers
'Scared to Death': Kurds in Syria Trapped Between Threats From Assad and Erdogan
'Scared to Death': Syria's Kurds Feel Trapped Between Threats From Assad and Erdogan
Syrians Flee Airstrikes for Israeli Border: 'The Safest Place to Be'
Syrians Fleeing Assad Regime Airstrikes Reach Israeli Border: 'It's the Safest Place to Be'
'This Is the First Time in 7 Years the Syrian Children Were Not Abandoned'
U.S. Attack on Assad Regime Brings Hope to Rebels: 'First Time Syrian Children Were Not Abandoned'
Why the Author of ‘People Love Dead Jews’ Is Sorry Her Book Is a Huge Hit
'The Queen’s File': How the Mossad Got to King Hussein of Jordan’s Mother
There's a Mass Palestinian Grave at a Popular Israeli Beach, Veterans Confess
'What's Offensive Is the Idea That There's Such Thing as Jewish Character Traits'
'JewFace' Faces Backlash: 'What's Offensive Is the Idea That There's Such Thing as Jewish Character Traits'
This Is How 'Fauda' Creators Just Became $50 Million Richer
This Filmmaker Dares to Question the Figure of 6 Million Jewish Victims in WWII