For Syrians and Syrian-Palestinians, crackdowns on expressions of solidarity with Palestine have exposed a “double standard” in European democracies and reopened old wounds. As the political climate hardens, they fear their full participation in European society is increasingly at risk.
Residents of Syria’s opposition-held northwest demonstrate in support of Palestinians facing displacement and bombardment in Gaza—an experience many of them share.
Amid fears of war between Israel and Hamas spiraling into a regional conflagration, analysts weigh the impact of regional players and assess the likelihood of another front in Syria.
Rashidieh camp in southern Lebanon hosts around 500 of the country’s 29,000 Palestinian refugees from Syria. They are the latest wave of displaced people to live there in its 83-year history.
Many cities and towns in Syria have witnessed demonstrations and protests in support of the Palestinian people facing Israeli aggression in occupied East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.