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Syrian dramas shed light on revolution

A number of Syrian youth now living across the border in Turkey are using television series to articulate the suffering of Syrian citizens under the civil war.
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Many educational, sports, humanitarian and even political groups have emerged in the liberated areas, namely those under the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and moderate factions — as well as in the cities, streets and neighborhoods of Syria, and abroad. Arts and creativity serve as important tools for Syrian citizens to voice their views and explain the difficulties and hardships they have suffered, in light of their gloomy future in war-torn Syria.

A small number of groups of artists affiliated with the Syrian revolution offered diverse music, experimental cinema, theater and drama productions.

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