NCM reporter Hakam Kherallah is in Turkey, home to the world’s largest Syrian refugee community, to examine the attitudes of the diaspora to the Syrian presidential elections.View More Syrian Elections: Farce or Another Rebranding Attempt?
March 15, 2021 will mark 10 years since the start of the civil war in Syria, but as the West’s priorities appear to lie elsewhere, there is little hope for the Syrians’ suffering to end any time soon, writes Hakam Kherallah.View More 10 Years into Syrian Civil War: No End in Sight
Arriving at Toronto Pearson during the COVID-19 pandemic is a peculiar experience, with masked airport staff enforcing safety measures at all times. However, the experience also opened our correspondent’s eyes to a few “miracles,” as he calls it in this first-person account.View More What I Discovered at Toronto Airport During COVID-19
In a region that still believes in the “Greater Syria”, where “Southern Syria” included Jerusalem and the Palestinian territories, the name “Al Quds Force” had given Suleimani elusive legitimacy.View More What Qassim Suleimani’s killing means to Syrians in Canada
Canada remains one of the most desired destinations for the Syrian diaspora, partly based on the good reports from those who have resettled since 2015View More No Beeline for al-Assad’s ‘Lap of the Homeland’
It’s not too late for Canada to play a more pivotal role in the fight against Bashar Al Assad’s “killing machine” in Syria, according to a Syrian-Canadian who was in the running for the post…View More EXCLUSIVE: Not too late for Canada to help stop Syria ‘killing machine’
They cannot go unnoticed – luxury cars with Syrian number plates roaming the streets of mega-rich Dubai, which is playing host to tens of thousands of Syrians fleeing the fighting in their home country. Owners…View More Syria: a truly wicked problem