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  Issue Date: 2 / 2017  
 

‘Painting on Death': One Syrian Artist's Mission Under Siege in Douma



Joey Ayoub
 

Some of Akram Abo Alfoz's work. Used with permission. / Image Credit: Global Voices Online Click image to enlarge.


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Akram Abo Alfoz decorates a Christmas tree in besieged Douma. December 24, 2016. / Image Credit: Syrian Revolution (@S_R_L_W) on Twitter Click image to enlarge.



Joey Ayoub is the MENA Editor at Global Voices as well as a Lebanese researcher from Beirut currently living in London. He is the founder of Hummus For Thought and mostly writes on Syria, Israel-Palestine, and Lebanon.
 
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