Thursday, 12 March 2015

The Daily Star

Homs rebels relieved after
exit but pledge return
'He used to sell car parts and owned a cake factory, but the revolution turned him into a poet. He wrote the lyrics for several protest chants that became known in the Arab world.
“But the regime didn’t understand the language of song and poetry, and with its violence, it pushed us into taking up arms.” Hajj Ayman'
Some news outlets would rewrite this as ,"Western Proxies In Syria Are Used Car Dealers And Worse."

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