SYRIA. Camp, school. With simple tents and poor facilities

by Mansour Alabed Alali – Journalist. Human rights activist. With simple tents and poor facilities that do not exceed blackboard and old seats, volunteer teachers continue to teach children without any wages as voluntary work.   The reality of education in the northern Syrian camps .. In the midst of compelling circumstances and deteriorating conditions… Read More

SYRIA. The suffering of the Jabal Camp in Jarablus in North Of Syria

by Mansour Alabed Alali – Journalist. Human rights activist. The long waiting journey      The suffering of the Jabal Camp in Jarablus in North Of Syria and the long waiting journey * The suffering of the displaced people of the Jabal camp in the city of Jarbalus in light of the poor conditions of the… Read More

INDONESIA. The BLASPHEMY of Indonesia’s Law on “blasphemy”

by Lydia Verniory – Human Rights Lawyer. Foreign Relations Expert. Senior Consultant, former United Nations It all began when Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, popularly known as Ahok, was sentenced last year to two years in prison for what the local judicial authorities call ‘blasphemy’.   He had cited a verse from the Qur’an which he said… Read More

SYRIA. Appeal to International assistance from Syrian journalist, human rights activist

Mansour Alabed Alali – Journalist. Human rights activist. PLEASE Save me Save my Family, We are oppressed in Syria . – Absolutely necessary, We want to go to Canada , we want to Reach Canada as soon as possible and in any way, please help me through the endorsement and authorization to reach Canada. Please… Read More

SYRIA. Human Rights. War and refugees on the border with Turkey

Mansour Alabed Alali. Journalist. Human rights activist. Diary of Syrian refugees. From under the roof of an abandoned house, under the roof of the house of this worn-out old Syrian refugee living diary of his life difficult.   After a personal visit I made to Syrian refugees Abboud in one of the abandoned houses and… Read More

NIGERIA. Human Rights. The jihadists seized 276 students from the Government Girls Secondary School.

AFP © AFP | The mass abduction sparked a global campaign — «Bring Back Our Girls» — to press for their return KANO (NIGERIA) (AFP) — Islamist militants Boko Haram on Monday released a new video purporting to show at least 14 of the schoolgirls abducted from the northeast Nigerian town of Chibok in April… Read More

UZBEKISTAN. Religion has little to do with processes of religious extremism and terrorism

Zaynab M. Dost “In Uzbekistan, political opposition is banned by the law. Under this system, religious groups have positioned themselves as the only opposition “, – the main issues and  specifics of religious extremism in Uzbekistan, as explicated by Zaynab Dost, an independent analyst, specially for CABAR.asia. Despite the fact that Uzbekistan remains a stable… Read More