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Dima Wannous

Dima Wannous

Dima Wannous is a Syrian writer and novelist

UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman, whose parents migrated to the UK, dubbed desperate refugees an "invasion". This is one refugee's story - a testimony to the unimaginable hardship suffered by those being demonised by some UK politicians.

04 January, 2023

In-depth: In an exclusive interview with Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, Mona Seif, the sister of high-profile Egyptian-British activist Alaa Abdel-Fattah who started a hunger strike on 2 April, says UK authorities need to act now.

30 May, 2022

In depth: Annsar Shahhoud and Professor Uğur Ümit Üngör recently brought to light the massacre of 41 Syrian civilians in the Tadamon district of Damascus in April 2013. Here, they talk to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed about their research and its implications.

20 May, 2022

In-depth: In this exclusive interview, UK special envoy to Syria Jonathan Hargreaves says his country will hold accountable Bashar al-Assad’s regime over ‘grievous crimes’ committed against Syrians in 11 years of war.

20 March, 2022