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Razan

I refer to myself as a person from Syria, not a “Syrian citizen.”
I am currently doing my MA's thesis on Iraqi Jews’ literature in my beautiful city, Beirut.
I blog at Razanisms and I like to take photos.
I am a vegetarian and a proud socialist.

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Latest posts by Razan

19 September 2009

Syria: Blogger Kareem Arbaji Sentenced to Three Years in prison

On September 13, 2009, the Syrian State Security Supreme Court sentenced the young blogger Kareem Arbaji to three-years prison for “publishing mendacious information liable to weaken the nation’s morale,” under...

14 May 2008

Syria: Three-Year Sentence for Blogger Tariq Baiasi

On Sunday 11-5-2008 the State Security Court in Damascus stated its verdict on the Syrian blogger Tariq Baiasi who was held in detention since 7-7-2007. Tariq was detained for leaving a comment on websites disfavored by the Syrian government.

5 February 2008

Syrian Bloggers Campaign to Free Fellow Blogger Tariq Biasi

It all started when one did: Ahmad published several entries concerning the detention of Tariq, the jailed Syrian blogger, but it is only when his blog was added on the...

9 January 2008

It Could Be You: Release Syrian Blogger Tarek Baiasi

Tarek was detained on 7-7-2007 for critiquing security forces in Syria. He has not been taken to court up to this moment. His name is Tarek Baiasi and he's 23...