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About Mouneb
Producer - journalist based in the Middle East From Syria Damascus International award-winning Photojournalist
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Dutch activist covers highway billboards with Gaza ceasefire

01 Feb 2024  |  The New Arab
Dutch activist Carolien Nieuweboer has launched a campaign in the Netherlands, raising 72,000 euros to display billboards calling for an end to the war in Gaza and Israeli aggression. The campaign is a response to Israeli propaganda and aims to influence public opinion by highlighting the ongoing conflict and advocating for a ceasefire. Nieuweboer emphasizes the importance of speaking out against what she describes as genocide and war crimes, and her efforts have reached millions of people. The campaign has also included large-scale street pasting actions in major Dutch cities and has garnered significant support from individuals refusing to remain silent about Gaza.

Rotterdam mourns for Gaza's children: Baby shoes, never worn

22 Dec 2023  |  newarab.com
In Rotterdam, Stichting Plant een Olijfboom organized a commemoration for Gaza's children by displaying 8,000 pairs of shoes, representing the estimated number of children killed in the conflict. The event aimed to humanize the victims and call for a ceasefire. Dutch citizens donated shoes and volunteers from various backgrounds, including a Palestinian volunteer named Abdullah Rashid, participated. The initiative, which received a positive response, is part of a series of protests in the Netherlands expressing solidarity with the Palestinian cause and dissatisfaction with the Dutch government's support for Israel.

Rotterdam mourns for Gaza's children: Baby shoes, never worn

22 Dec 2023  |  The New Arab
In Rotterdam, Stichting Plant een Olijfboom organized a commemoration for Gaza's children by displaying 8,000 pairs of shoes, representing the estimated number of children killed in the conflict. The event aimed to humanize the victims and call for a ceasefire. Esther van der Most, the organization's director, detailed the efforts of volunteers who collected the shoes. Abdullah Rashid, a volunteer from Palestine, shared his personal connection to the cause. The initiative received a positive response from the Dutch community and is part of a series of protests in the Netherlands expressing solidarity with the Palestinian people.

Syrian children in Idlib take part in own World Cup

19 Nov 2022  |  Al-Monitor: Independent, trusted coverage of the Middle East
Hundreds of children aged 10 to 14 from IDP camps and industrial zones in northwest Syria began their own World Cup tournament at Idlib's municipal stadium on November 19. The event, named 'Camps World Cup,' runs parallel to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and aims to highlight the difficult living conditions of children in northwest Syria. The tournament was organized by the Violet Organization, a humanitarian NGO, and inaugurated by the Syrian Salvation Government affiliated with Hayat Tahrir al-Sham.

Syrian jihadist group HTS accused of blocking married women from studying

15 Aug 2022  |  Al-Monitor: Independent, trusted coverage of the Middle East
Women in Idlib, Syria, are facing daily rights violations by Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), which controls the province. Recently, married women have been banned from attending public schools and universities by the Education Directorate of the Salvation Government, HTS' civilian arm, as reported by multiple school principals.

Idlib farmers harvest figs amid shelling, landmines

01 Aug 2022  |  Al-Monitor: Independent, trusted coverage of the Middle East
In Idlib, northwest Syria, farmers are braving the dangers of drones, artillery explosions, and hidden landmines to harvest their fig trees. Particularly at risk are those with agricultural lands near the demarcation lines with the Syrian government forces in Jabal al-Zawiya, who face these threats every season during harvest.

Syrian jihadist group HTS accused of blocking married women from studying

01 Aug 2022  |  Al-Monitor: Independent, trusted coverage of the Middle East
In Idlib, Syria, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) is accused of violating women's rights by banning married women from attending public schools and universities. This decision, reportedly communicated by the Education Directorate of the Salvation Government, highlights ongoing restrictions and rights violations in the region.

4 million Syrians on brink of starvation as UN aid mechanism draws to close

01 Jul 2022  |  Al-Monitor: Independent, trusted coverage of the Middle East
The potential closure of the Bab al-Hawa crossing on July 10, when the UN resolution on cross-border aid into Syria expires, threatens to exacerbate the suffering of over 4 million people in displacement camps in northwest Syria. UN humanitarian aid trucks are currently queuing at the crossing, which is the last remaining route for aid into Idlib, Syria's last stronghold of extremist organizations.

Syria School Closures: Another Blow for Syrian Children

20 May 2022  |  voanews.com
Funding cuts in Syria may cause up to 100,000 children in Idlib, the last rebel-held province, to miss out on schooling in the coming weeks. Nearly one-third of Idlib's children are already not attending school.

Nowruz not what it used to be for Afrin’s Kurds

21 Mar 2022  |  Al-Monitor: Independent, trusted coverage of the Middle East
On March 21, millions of Kurds, Persians, Pashtuns, Azeris, and other ethnicities celebrate Nowruz, meaning 'new day' in Persian and Kurdish, equivalent to New Year’s Day for these communities. Nowruz is the only holiday celebrated by various ethnicities and religious groups globally and is an official holiday in many countries, including Iran, Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Macedonia, the South Caucasus, the Crimean Peninsula, the Balkans, Kashmir, the Indian state of Gujarat, and northwest China.

Killing of woman by Syrian jihadi group sparks protests in camps

10 Feb 2022  |  Al-Monitor: Independent, trusted coverage of the Middle East
A 28-year-old woman from a displaced persons camp in Idlib, Syria, was shot by Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) near the Deir Ballut crossing while transporting diesel from areas controlled by the Syrian National Army (SNA). The incident has sparked protests in the camps.

Health catastrophe looms in Syria’s Idlib

01 Feb 2022  |  www.al-monitor.com
Financial and logistical support for hospitals in Idlib, Syria, has declined, disrupting medical services and leading to a looming humanitarian catastrophe. Data from the Idlib Health Directorate indicates that around 18 hospitals in vital areas are now without support, affecting thousands in cities and camps for the displaced.

Syrian jihadist leader in Western wear, opens road in Idlib

07 Jan 2022  |  al-monitor.com
Hayat Tahrir al-Sham leader Abu Mohammed al-Golani attended the opening of the Aleppo-Bab al-Hawa road on January 7, alongside the prime minister of the HTS-affiliated Syrian Salvation Government, Ali Keda. This marks the first major project by the Syrian Salvation Government in areas not controlled by the Syrian government.

Child Abandonment Surges in War-Torn Idlib, Syria

06 Jan 2022  |  www.voanews.com
Aid workers report that two to four children are abandoned each month in Idlib, the last Syrian province held by armed rebels. Poverty and fear are driving parents to leave their children, hoping they will find a better future with strangers. The report includes contributions from Mouneb Taim in Idlib and Heather Murdock in Istanbul, with camera work by Mouneb Taim, Moawia Atrash, and Mohammad Daboul, and production by Jon Spier.
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