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ISSUE 3.2

SyriaUntold: Cities in Revolution

Mohammad Dibo

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Interviewed by Katty Alhayek
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Mohammad Dibo discusses SyriaUntold and its new project “Cities in Revolution,” which investigates the history of the Syrian uprising in six different cities. 

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Mohammad Dibo
Mohammad Dibo

Mohammad Dibo, current editor-in-chief of SyriaUntold, is a Syrian poet, writer and researcher interested in Syrian culture and economy.

Mohammad Dibo, current editor-in-chief of SyriaUntold, is a Syrian poet, writer and researcher interested in Syrian culture and economy. He lives now in Lebanon. Mohammad's latest work is an autobiographical book, "Like He Who Witnesses His Own Death", about his experience in prison during the early days of the Syrian uprising. He is a regular contributor in many Arab and international newspapers.

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