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The YouTube Revolution: Sorting Truth from Fiction in Syria

It has been said that CNN first achieved international prominence during Gulf War I, and that Al-Jazeera captured the attention of the West during Gulf War II. Is it too early to suggest that YouTube be crowned the leading news source for the Syrian revolution? Dip into my Twitter feed at any given moment, and … Continue reading

War of the Camera Phones

A few weeks ago, a video of Walid Jumblatt saying nasty things about his allies appeared on YouTube. This week, a new video has popped up, which has Jumblatt’s arch-rival Talal Arslan calling on the Syrians to make Jumblatt “pay the price” for his betrayal of the community. What is it with Druze leaders and … Continue reading

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