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Sad's regime When the uprising in Syria turned to bloodshed she was determined to take action and secretly returned several times The Crossing is her rare powerful and courageous testament to what she found inside the borders. Heartbreaking I have no words that could do justice describing the horrors that have happened in Syria A beautiful country with an ancient history it got thrown into ruins in the blink of an eye While I cannot claim to know the whole story or even decide who is in the right all I can say is that I felt guilt sadness anger frustration helplessness disgust and horror when I read Samar's descriptions of the plight of Syrians All they wanted was peace and to live their lives but instead all they know now is bloodshed and death I feel silly to even think reading Samar's words and shedding tears could bring me closer to the pain those embroiled in the conflict feel My empathy if anything is shamefully temporary as I have not experienced the wretchedness of a life like this first hand If anything her account has made me feel blessed for living in a safe country free of war At the same time I feel helpless for having no ability to stop or change anything happening to this once glorious country My heart goes out to all Syrians and while I know this won't mean much or even anything at all my prayers are with you and I hope you'll know peace as I do in your homeland one day Le Triomphe de la République - 1871-1914 of an eye While I cannot claim to know the whole story La République radicale (1898-1914) or even decide who is in the right all I can say is that I felt guilt sadness anger frustration helplessness disgust and horror when I read Samar's descriptions Caulaincourt : Diplomate de Napoléon of the plight Le colonel Mayer - De l'affaire Dreyfus à de Gaulle of Syrians All they wanted was peace and to live their lives but instead all they know now is bloodshed and death I feel silly to even think reading Samar's words and shedding tears could bring me closer to the pain those embroiled in the conflict feel My empathy if anything is shamefully temporary as I have not experienced the wretchedness Les Français sous le Second Empire of a life like this first hand If anything her account has made me feel blessed for living in a safe country free Souvenirs : 1859-1871 of war At the same time I feel helpless for having no ability to stop 1812 : La campagne tragique de Napoléon en Russie or change anything happening to this Les Trois Cents Jours de Napoléon à l'île d'Elbe once glorious country My heart goes Joséphine : vie de l'impératrice out to all Syrians and while I know this won't mean much Mémoires inédits: Les Cahiers Rouges or even anything at all my prayers are with you and I hope you'll know peace as I do in your homeland La Moskowa - Borodino- La bataille des Redoutes one day

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Of her homelandFrom the first peaceful protests for democracy to the arrival of ISIS she bears witness to those struggling to survive to the humanity that can flower amidst annihilation and why so many are now desperate to fle. Samar Yazbek a Syrian journalist who was forced to leave her country in 2011 returned incognito in 2012 and twice her 2013 to tell the story of the democratic opposition resisting the government of Bashar al Assad But Assad's forces were doing all they could to crush the resistersThis is a story of people forced to move from place to place in an attempt to survive endless bombings Yazbek spends time in towns where ordinary civilians never know when they might be killed Planes bomb daily During Ramadan they come just after dark when people are allowed to break their fast Most of the people she talks with started out as peaceful protestors then fought back after Assad started killed them and destroying their communities She sympathizes with their decision Some people were still trying to build community organizations in their towns Yazbek herself was trying to organize women's centers Often one time programs for children were the only substitute for schools that had long since been closed She was freuently the only woman among male fighters who were anxious to keep her safe That wasn't an easy task because she is an Alawite belonging to the Shiite group that Assad belongs to and has favored She had to be secret about that or risk death Although some Alawites risked their lives to oppose him many Sunnis hate Alawites because of him When she went to Syria in 2013 that problem had worsened Sunni Islamists many of them from other countries were trying to take over the revolution and impose their version of Islam The democratic rebels had to fight Assad's government on one hand and fundamentalists on the other The rebels did have to cooperate with homegrown fundamentalists like the Nusra front Women who had participated in the struggle on their own and those who had followed their husbands who were fighting deeply resented the fundamentalists who insisted that they cover themselves though that had not been the custom in much of SyriaYazbek is incredibly brave I was overwhelmed by the many times she risked death so she could report what was happening to the outside world Then I thought This is her country Wouldn't I do the same if it was my country She lives in exile in Paris angry that other countries have either turned their back on what is happening in Syria or taken advantage of it for political gains This is an important first person account by a Syrian How many accounts of this by Syrians have you read L'espèce humaine of ISIS she bears witness to those struggling to survive to the humanity that can flower amidst annihilation and why so many are now desperate to fle. 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La guerre, oui ou non ? of the people she talks with started Un été 16 : Eléments d'histoire culturelle européenne au regard du présent out as peaceful protestors then fought back after Assad started killed them and destroying their communities She sympathizes with their decision Some people were still trying to build community Les mythes de la Seconde Guerre mondiale organizations in their towns Yazbek herself was trying to 1944-1945 organize women's centers Often Jacques Chirac : Une histoire française one time programs for children were the Adolfo Kaminsky, une vie de faussaire only substitute for schools that had long since been closed She was freuently the Dans les archives secrètes du Quai d'Orsay : de 1945 à nos jours only woman among male fighters who were anxious to keep her safe That wasn't an easy task because she is an Alawite belonging to the Shiite group that Assad belongs to and has favored She had to be secret about that Mes combats or risk death Although some Alawites risked their lives to Chirac intime - Un retraité comme les autres oppose him many Sunnis hate Alawites because Les Pieds-noirs : L'épopée d'un peuple of him When she went to Syria in 2013 that problem had worsened Sunni Islamists many Berlin of them from D'Izieu à Auschwitz : L'histoire de deux enfants dans la Shoah other countries were trying to take Histoire de la guerre d'Algérie, 1954-1962 over the revolution and impose their version Koursk - L’été où Staline a vaincu Hitler of Islam The democratic rebels had to fight Assad's government Un train en hiver on 1941 one hand and fundamentalists "Ma vie avec Louis XIV..." 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'ONE OF THE FIRST POLITICAL CLASSICS OF THE 21st CENTURY' Observer'EXTRAORDINARILY POWERFUL POIGNANT AND AFFECTING I WAS GREATLY MOVED' Michael PalinFOREWORD BY CHRISTINA LAMBJournalist Samar Yazbek was forced into exile by As. This was a country in name only sliced up into areas controlled by rival military brigades all of them submitting to the absolute power of a murderous sky But here we carried on with life regardless Families plodded on eking out a living under the lethal sky among the barbarisms of the extremist battalions Samar Yazbeck is an Alawite Syrian journalist living in exile in France This book details her experiences on the three separate occasions in 20122013 when she crosses back into her home country to bear witness to what is happening there She stays with and interviews ordinary women and men journalists and leaders of military brigades She shows great courage and compassion As you would expect this is not an easy read It is eye opening distressing shocking and absolutely heart breaking An important book to help understand the war in Syria sadly still very relevant today