Syria War Map 2013 – Detailed maps of Syria; Activists honored the revolution in Washington. Posted by Matthew Barber on Saturday March 15th, 2014
Jad Yateem (@JadYateem) also wrote a report that includes maps looking at the forces on the ground: Mapping Syria’s Divided North and East – NOW
Syria War Map 2013
A project by activists and others to read aloud the nearly 100,000 names of those killed in Syria has been completed in Washington. The purpose of the project was not to seek political action, but to draw attention to the extent of the tragic casualties in Syria. The participants stood in front of the White House and read the list of names, which took four days to complete.
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Lina Sergi Atar (@AmalHanano) from Chicago, one of the organizers of the event and the founder of the humanitarian organization Karam Foundation, wrote an article on the NYT blog for the project: Counting Syria’s Dead
… In a few days the Syrian revolution will enter its fourth year. Three years have passed since the promising spring of 2011. Three years have passed since thousands of Syrians rose to fight with songs and flags against the injustice and cruelty of the Assad regime. Their cries were met with bullets and mass arrests. Their armed resistance was later met with barrel bombs and chemically charged rockets. As the crisis continued, foreign terrorists entered the country to fight for an agenda that did not represent the Syrians’ original demands for freedom and dignity. The Syria we know today is gone: a third of the population has been displaced, more than a million homes have been destroyed, and more than 100,000 people have died. Spring is no longer the season to celebrate rebirth. This is the time to mourn the death of a dream of a country. … On March 12, 2014, people gathered in front of the White House to read the names of the 100,000 Syrians killed in the past three years. The study lasted 72 hours and ends on March 15, the third anniversary of the Syrian revolution. The names of Syrians killed by all forms of violence in the brutal conflict are read at thirty-minute intervals from lists taken from three independent sources. When you call someone by name, we become something more than a temporary word. The specific syllables of the name represent all that that person was or should be. After reading 100,000 names, our deaths will be acknowledged, but never given. …
As the third anniversary of the Syrian uprising approaches on Saturday, the last names of the 100,000 people who have died in the conflict will be read aloud outside the White House. During the three-day project, more than 140 people will read aloud for half an hour, some in Syria itself, via Skype, and some will read the names of their missing loved ones. The death toll in Syria continues to rise by 100 to 200 every day, even though the UN stopped counting the dead in January, unable to keep an accurate count because of the chaos on the ground. … “I think people are sleepless because of the death toll and the long conflict. “It’s easy for someone to dismiss Syria by saying ‘it’s too complicated’ or ‘it’s happening around the world and it doesn’t affect us,’ but that’s not a luxury given to the Syrians,” Atar said. …
War in Syria, 3 years later: ‘horror film’, the faces of the dead and the voices of the rebellion – Molly Crabbell – The Guardian
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… These faces remind us that the revolution began with hope. In 2011, a wave of protests swept the world, from the United States, Greece and Spain to the Arab world. From Tahrir to Tunis, people took to the streets and mobilized against the brutality of their regimes. The protests were the first to raise their voices against Bashar al-Assad in Syria, where his police state and recent neoliberal reforms have driven people into slums. … Many early protesters, like Ghaith Matar, believed in nonviolence. Mater was nicknamed “Little Gandhi” for welcoming soldiers with roses. He was arrested by the security forces when he returned to his family as a tortured corpse. Assad’s brutality radicalized the indifferent. Aboud Dandachi is an IT specialist from Homs who sent messages to international media before fleeing to Turkey in 2013. Dandachi told me that after years of working in the Gulf, he finally bought a house in an upscale neighborhood in 2011. At first he did not pay much attention to the revolution. Then, in April 2011, the regime killed more than 100 people in a sit-in. Dandachi’s brother was almost caught in the massacre, he told me. “I turned from a fence guard to an activist that night.” …
… “It’s so easy to see people who die in war as faceless victims or as geopolitical pawns. It’s so easy to forget that these are loved, brave people who have dreams and hopes in life,” says Krabfel. “What do I do with my photos? What I want to do is say that each of these people is important. Look at them. It’s not just about statistics, it’s about remembering these people as individuals. …Size of this preview: 712 × 600 pixels Other dimensions: 285 × 240 pixels | 570 × 480 pixels | 912 × 768 pixels | 1,216 × 1,024 pixels | 2,502 × 2,107 pixels.
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