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Syria: Struggle Against Injustice

Syrian blogger Razan Ghazzawi draws the line and defines who her ‘friends’ are in the struggle against injustice.

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  • Salam guys

    what a great work you all are doing there..
    i wanna suggest something . please take it seriously and you might discuss it in your comming meetings..

    why don’t you change the logo of this site pinned above :

    Global Voice: Razan Ghazzawi is talking . Are you listening?

    it would be much easier for the visitors to know what this site is all about about..

    Best Regards

  • […] Tuesday, March 17, 2009 by Intern in Israel Ensuring Maximum Casualties in Gaza March 16: Worth no more, worth no less Statement from the family of Rachel Corrie Struggle Against Injustice […]

  • Thank you Omniya for your comment.

    First of all, the name of the site is Global Voices Online – a community of more than 250 individuals from around the world who work around the clock to bring our readers conversations from their respective blogospheres in more than 18 languages.

    Secondly, I don’t appreciate the tone of your comment and the way you have addressed me and the work I do – for I do conduct my work with professionalism and respect and take such comments which question my integrity personally. If you have an axe to grind with blogger x, y or z, do it with them on their blogs or your own, and please don’t try and drag our credibility, objectivity and work we do into it.

  • can u send me the article Syria: Struggle Against Injustice as i could not find it ?

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