By Amnesty International’s Syria researcher Cilina Nasser in Istanbul 8 November 2013 “I’m not thinking about the future…I’m thinking about what we have left behind. I did not say a proper goodbye to my father and... Read more »
By Cilina Nasser, Amnesty International’s Syria researcher When Siham Abou Sitte fell in love with Ghassan al-Shihabi, she was drawn by his determination to keep the memory of old Palestine alive, his passion for reading and writing... Read more »
By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon 3 June 2011 He is a 21-year-old soldier and illiterate. But this young man does not need to read and write to know that shooting at... Read more »
By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Wadi Khaled, northern Lebanon 26 May 2011 Everyone who has fled the Syrian western town of Tell Kalakh and sought shelter in villages on the Lebanese side of the... Read more »
By Amnesty International researcher Cilina Nasser in Lebanon 24 May 2011 A 25-year-old university student tells Amnesty International of the beatings and torture he and other detainees suffered while held in a sports stadium after he was... Read more »
Human rights researcher and blogger.