[Marxism] Yassin al Haj Saleh: “Syria is a unique symbol of injustice, apathy and amnesia”

Michael Karadjis mkaradjis at gmail.com
Thu Jan 21 22:55:38 MST 2016


In the post, the link ran into the first word of the article. Link: 
http://chronikler.com/middle-east/iraq-and-the-levant/yassin-al-haj-saleh/

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injustice, apathy and amnesia”

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-----Original Message-----
>From: Michael Karadjis via Marxism <marxism at lists.csbs.utah.edu>
>Sent: Jan 21, 2016 8:35 AM
>To: Thomas F Barton <thomasfbarton at earthlink.net>
>Subject: [Marxism] Yassin al Haj Saleh: “Syria is a unique symbol of 
>injustice, apathy and amnesia”
>
>
>Yassin al Haj Saleh: “Syria is a unique symbol of injustice, apathy and
>amnesia”
> http://chronikler.com/middle-east/iraq-and-the-levant/yassin-al-haj-saleh/By 
> Boštjan Videmšek/DELOIn an exclusive interview, prominent Syrian 
> writer and dissident Yassinal-Haj Saleh talks about Syria’s past, 
> tragic present and uncertainfuture.Wednesday 20 January 2016Yassin 
> al-Haj Saleh is a leading Syrian writer, a former politicalprisoner 
> and one of Syria’s foremost intellectuals. Ever since hisstudent days, 
> Saleh has been a vocal critic of the Assad regimes. He wasarrested in 
> 1980 during the presidency of Hafez al-Assad and spent thenext 16 
> years as a prisoner of conscience.During the early days of the Syrian 
> uprising, his voice became louderthan ever. In 2012, he was given the 
> Prince Claus Award (supported bythe Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs) 
> but was unable to collect it, ashe was living in hiding in Damascus. 
> In 2013, he fled to Turkey. Hiswife and brother were abducted the same 
> year. He is the author ofseveral books,  including Deliverance or 
> Destruction? Syria at aCrossroads (2014).Here, he speaks to Boštjan 
> Videmšek about Syria’s past, tragic presentand uncertain future.(Long, 
> but very worthwhile, interview 
> follows):http://chronikler.com/middle-east/iraq-and-the-levant/yassin-al-haj-saleh/





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