Posts Tagged “Refugees of the Syrian civil war”

Something for everyone at La Grande-Poste Garden Vendor Books

By |

Something for everyone at La Grande-Poste Garden Vendor Books

Something for everyone at La Grande-Poste Garden Vendor Books Walking up to the la Grande-Poste Garden, one encounters joyful and excited faces of so many people, who gather at the book-vendor’s tables. By Abdennour Toumi Passers-by rush for books, confirming that used-book merchants have broken the myth that Algerians do not read unless they need…

Read more »

Painful Refugee Day, Feverish Year for Ankara

By |

Painful Refugee Day, Feverish Year for Ankara

Painful Refugee Day, Feverish Year for Ankara By Abdennour Toumi Ankara, Turkey — The Syrian conflict has produced the most compelling humanitarian challenge of the last fifty years. According to the UNHCR (U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees) office, there re 12.2 million people in need of humanitarian assistance including 3.9 million who fled Syria and 7.6 million…

Read more »

New Dilemmas for Turkey’s Syrian-Iraqi Kurds

By |

New Dilemmas for Turkey’s Syrian-Iraqi Kurds

New Dilemmas for Turkey’s Syrian-Iraqi Kurds By Abdennour Toumi, Mardin, Turkey As the civil war in Syria continues, the ethnic factor is just one of many paradoxes plaguing this dynamic conflict/crisis. Along Turkey’s southern long borders, it has become clear that with the regime change the Syrian opposition demands have caused Turkey and its regional policy…

Read more »

Syrian Refugees, We Will Be Back, After Awhile

By |

Syrian Refugees, We Will Be Back, After Awhile

Syrian Refugees: We Will Be Back, After Awhile By Abdennour Toumi Special correspondence from Şanliurfa, Turkey  In April, 2011, the first Syrian refugees crossed the border into Turkey. Now, three years later, the most recent UNHCR estimates, dated March 18, 2014, 841, 889 Syrians have registered in Turkey, according to AFAD (Disaster and Emergency Management…

Read more »

The Arab Daily News

↑ Grab this Headline Animator