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Two Syrian Women, Two Very Different Perspectives On War

NPR | May 12, 2013 5:26 a.m.

Melissa Block talks to two women in Syria. One is Susan Ahmad, the English spokesperson for the revolutionary council in Syria’s Damascus suburbs. Ahmad is using a pseudonym to protect her identity. The other is Reem Dagman, who lives in western port city of Latakia, Syria. The city is considered the capitol and cultural center for Syria’s Alalwite minority.

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