Creative resistance: Syria’s nonviolent struggle persists


My blog piece on the Fellowship of Reconciliation Blog about “Stories of the Revolution” exhibition. The exhibition was co-organised by the Syrian Nonviolence Movement in Aleppo.

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About Ibrahim al-Assil إبـراهـيـم الأصـيـل

Ibrahim al-Assil is a Syrian political analyst and civil society activist who serves as a resident fellow at the Middle East Institute. He is also a director at the Orient Research Center-DC Office. His work focuses on the Syrian conflict with an emphasis on different aspects of security, civil society, political Islam, and political economy. Al-Assil is the president and a co-founder of the Syrian Nonviolence Movement, an NGO formed in 2011 to promote peaceful struggle and civil resistance as a way to achieve social, cultural, and political change in Syrian government and View all posts by Ibrahim al-Assil إبـراهـيـم الأصـيـل

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