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We all Failed

Bone chilling cold, is a reality of the winter in Syria. I lived many years of my childhood in Syria; a country I loved more than home. I have experience the cold, the wind and the chilly weather, but after all the cold, I knew I can go back home …

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Shia Muslims Killing, Rise of Intolerance in Egypt

Introduction Media and technology are improving every day, but human rights are not. New pro-democracy movements in the world, especially in the Middle East, aim to defend suppressed nations and bring justice to the table, but the results have been the opposite. Minorities, whose rights were always violated, continue to …

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Thank You Letter to Patrick Cockburn

Thank You Letter to Patrick Cockburn Shia Rights Watch appreciates Patrick Cockburn’s recent articles in the Independent news agency. The journalist analyses the role of Saudi Arabia government and donors in that country in Shia killings in Middle East. Accounting to Cockburn the target of Saudi Arabia is Shia. Thousands …

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The Sky’s the Limit

This phrase used to be a phrase to encourage for development and success, to break the cycles of limitations and shoot high. However, To some, when it comes to courage to hurt, kill, harm, and hate, the sky’s the limit. In past violations and hate crimes was limited to killing …

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Letter to Embassy of Switzerland

Letter to Switzerland Embassy His Excellency Didier Burkhalter, Federal Councillor of Switzerland to United States, 2900 Cathedral Avenue N.W. Washington, DC 20008-3499 United States of America Dear Mr. Councillor: On behalf of Shia Rights Watch we are writing to highlight our concerns regarding the safety and security of the Shia …

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