Kenan Rahmani

Syrian-American law student

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Syrian-American law student who travels back to Syria frequently 

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The latest assault on Aleppo has the UN Secretary General, the US and other Western Nations accusing Russia and the Syrian government of committing war crimes.

Violence in Aleppo reaches new level of horror

The latest assault on Aleppo has the UN Secretary General, the US and other Western Nations accusing Russia and the Syrian government of committing war crimes.

from To the Point

It's been five years since popular uprisings toppled dictators in Egypt and other Arab countries. Except in Tunisia, Democracy has not taken hold.

Does the "Arab Spring" Have a Future After All?

It's been five years since popular uprisings toppled dictators in Egypt and other Arab countries. Except in Tunisia, Democracy has not taken hold.

from To the Point

It's been five years since popular uprisings toppled dictators in Egypt and other Arab countries. Except in Tunisia, Democracy has not taken hold.

Does the "Arab Spring" Have a Future After All?

It's been five years since popular uprisings toppled dictators in Egypt and other Arab countries. Except in Tunisia, Democracy has not taken hold.

from To the Point

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