Syria: Ammar Abdulhamid Discusses Next Phase of Revolution

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Ammar Abdulhamid is a democracy activist whose anti-regime activities led to his exile from Syria on September 7, 2005. He currently lives in Silver Springs, MD and is the founder and director of the Tharwa Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to democracy promotion in the Greater Middle East and North Africa region. Mr. Abdulhamid has appeared countless times in both the Arab and Western media, as well as testified before the U.S. Congress.

You can follow him on Twitter by going here and below are links to other places where he is featured:
Ammar’s Blog: Syrian Revolution Digest
The Guardian: Syria has Broken the Fear Barrier
CNN In the Arena: Interview with Eliot Spitzer
The New York Times: A Liberal in Damascus

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One Response to Syria: Ammar Abdulhamid Discusses Next Phase of Revolution

  1. MuslimAct says:

    Very informative.

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