Khabat Abbas is an independent journalist and video producer based in Northern Syria. Since 2011 She has extensively covered the developments that have shaken her country starting with the popular demonstrations, to the frontlines until the fight against the so-called Islamic State and its aftermath. She has widely published in local outlets as Firat and Hawar news agencies and has worked as a producer and a stringer with some of the most influential foreign outlets a TF1, ABC, Arte, The Washington Post, The Spiegel, Sunday Times, Daily Mail among others. Abbas has also experience in the humanitarian field when serving at MSF in projects aiming to assist the internally displaced persons and in the protection unit with the UNHCR. During the pandemic she co-author a Pandemic Solidarity book. Khabat was a finalist for the News Fixer Prize by the Kurt Schork Memorial Fund. she holds a B.A in English Literature from Aleppo University and an under-graduate diploma of political science from Damascus University.
The Washington Post For U.S. troops in Syria, an indefinite stay and increasing risks of combat and insurgency
TV4 / Swedish Last ISIS stronghold reportedly free of civilians - now the final battle can begin
Dailymail I've lost my babies. I've lost my friends. I just want to come home'
The New York Review ‘This Is Ethnic Cleansing’: A Dispatch from Kurdish Syria
The Washington Post Thousands of Islamic State fighters captuered in Syria face uncertain fate.
The Washington Post Haunted yet hopeful: Inside the former caliphate capital
Wilson Research Center Special Edition: Interview with Lelwy Abdullah, Co-Chair of Deir Ezzor Military Council in Syria
France 24 / spanish Siria: diez años de una guerra que deja casi 600.000 asesinados y desaparecidos
France 24/ Spanish Raqa: de capital del califato a ciudad abierta y llena de esperanza France 24/ French https://bit.ly/3wlIbyz France 24/English https://bit.ly/3wlIbyz
Daily mail Is Shamima Begum being sent illegal cash?