In the early days of the Syrian uprising, civil society blossomed for the first time in generations. Despite the destruction, it is still alive. Daniel Adamson, this month’s guest editor, has closely followed the progress of Syria’s ‘good guys’ through the blogs, Facebook pages and Twitter feeds where activists debate the revolution, the war, and the ongoing struggle to build a better Syria. Their stories deserve to be far more widely known, and this magazine is a step towards that end. It includes contributions from Syrian writers, artists and activists and offers an insight into a Syria often ignored by the mainstream press.
In this month's New Internationalist, guest editor Daniel Adamson closely follows the progress of Syria’s ‘good guys’. Syria’s uprising has become a deadly proxy war. But among the destruction, a peaceful revolution is very much alive. In this issue of New Internationalist, we turn over our pages to Syrian writers, artists and activists who continue to risk their lives for freedom. They refute the idea of a choice between dictator and Islamists – and make an urgent call for solidarity.
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