• Who’s Who: Syrian Relief Groups

    Thursday July 4th, 2013

    by The Syrian Observer

    During the Syrian Revolution, a great many groups were spontaneously formed to help Syrian citizens and refugees and provide them with basic assistance

  • Who's who: Riad al-Turk

    Friday June 21st, 2013

    by The Syrian Observer

    Some call him the fox; others the elder man; but he prefers to be called cousin

  • Who’s who: Qadri Jamil, Syria’s deputy PM

    Monday June 10th, 2013

    by The Syrian Observer

    Qadri Jamil, a Syrian politician who had very little influence in the Syrian political scene before the revolution, has been appointed Deputy Prime Minister in the current government to please Russia

  • Who’s who: Suheir Atassi

    Monday May 27th, 2013

    by The Syrian Observer

    Suheir Atassi, who is one of the vice-presidents of the National Coalition, has become the most influential woman in the Syrian opposition.

  • Who’s who: Ghassan Hitto

    Monday May 20th, 2013

    by The Syrian Observer

    A profile of Ghassan Hitto, the recently-elected head of the Syrian opposition interim government.

  • Who’s who: George Sabra

    Wednesday May 8th, 2013

    by Syrian Observer

    Born to a Christian family in the city of Qatana, in the Damascus Countryside, Sabra is known for his long history of opposition to the Assad regime in Damascus, as a leader of a communist faction in Syria.

  • Who’s who: Documenters in Syria

    Monday March 25th, 2013

    by Syria Justice and Accountability Center (SJAC

    This report is based upon meetings and direct dialogue with groups and individuals working in the field of documentation inside Syria. The report draws its conclusions from information provided by these sources via meetings in Beirut, Istanbul, Antalya, and Gaziantep, in addition to direct communication with them while they were on the ground in Syria.

  • Who's who: Charity Organizations in Syria

    Wednesday January 16th, 2013

    by The Syrian Observer

    Charity organizations are highly reputable in Syria and may be considered the oldest forms of civil society in the country.

  • Who’s who: The Syrian League for Citizenship

    Saturday January 5th, 2013

    by The Syrian Observer

    The Syrian League for Citizenship (SLC) was founded to promote the principle of citizenship and equal rights and duties to all the Syrian citizens. It works through workshops, seminars, lectures, and the media to convey its key messages.

  • Who's who: General Ali Mamlouk

    Thursday January 3rd, 2013

    by The Syrian Observer

    General Ali Mamlouk is one of the most powerful Syrian security officers and a high ranking aide to President Bashar al Assad. He is the director of the Baath Party National Security Bureau, but his reputation came from his position as the head of the General directorate of Intelligence, one of the four most powerful security agencies in Syria.

  • Who's who: Mazen Darwish

    Saturday December 22nd, 2012

    by The Syrian Observer

    During the Syrian revolution, Mazen played an essential role in launching the revolution and in defending victims who fell for participating in the revolution

  • Who's who: Patriarch John Yazigi (Youhanna X)

    Tuesday December 18th, 2012

    by The Syria Observer

    A profile of John Yazigi who was appointed head of Syria’s largest church in December 2012

  • Who's who: Ahmad Muaz al-Khatib

    Tuesday December 11th, 2012

    by The Syria Observer

    Now President of the National Coalition for Opposition Forces and the Syrian Revolution, Ahmad Muaz al-Khatib is a former petroleum engineer and an Islamic preacher and well-respected freedom activist.

  • Who’s who: National Coordination Commission for Democratic Change (NCC)

    Friday November 2nd, 2012

    by The Syrian Observer

    Members of the National Coordination Commission are committed to three principles: “No” to foreign military intervention, “No” to religious and sectarian instigation, and “No” to violence and the militarization of the revolution.

  • Who's who: The Syrian National Council (SNC)

    Friday November 2nd, 2012

    by The Syrian Observer

    The Syrian National Council (SNC) is the largest and most significant Syrian opposition grouping in exile, and the main point of reference for outside countries that support the opposition.

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