Happy Bloggers of Syria

The manner with which the Internet is now connecting a growing number of Syrians with information about the world and each other is practically too good to be true — at least if you’re willing to steer clear of writing about politics in your blog. Just ask young bloggers in Damascus. I had the chance to meet with several of them while researching an article on Syria, which ran first in the February issue of Reason Magazine. Like many young women growing up and living in the Middle East today, 27-year-old Sara Takieddin says she’s become a “more devout” Muslim […]

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