BETWEEN "HUDA" AND "CHARLIE:" HOW DID SYRIANS COMMENT?

BETWEEN "HUDA" AND "CHARLIE:" HOW DID SYRIANS COMMENT?
Kom Akhbar | 17 Jan 2015

Between the storm "Huda" and the storm of the French newspaper "Charlie Hebdo" Syrians, and Arabs in general, shared and traded news related to both events. Some of them were in solidarity with the "Je Suis Charlie" campaign, while others mocked it. But they all agreed on the need to save Syrians trapped in the coming storm which, according to meterological predictions, will be one of the most violent to hit the region in recent years; and which is predicted to intensify this coming week.

Among the most prominent touched upon in this week's episode: from Lebanon "My candles are lit, but not for a foreigner," with Khaddour Salameh; and "Azmi Bishara: I'm not Charlie." Finally, in today's episode, "Story of a Terrorist" with Bassam Khoury.

To listen to this program, follow the link: http://rozana.fm/ar/node/9679.


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