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Q&A: Nir Rosen's predictions for Syria
Journalist who recently travelled the country draws on his experiences to consider Syria's fate.
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2012 21:19 GMT
Q&A: Nir Rosen on daily life in Syria
Journalist who recently spent time travelling the country describes what life is like for the people he met.
Q&A: Nir Rosen on Syrian sectarianism
Journalist who recently spent time with Syria's diverse communities describes growing divides in society.
Q&A: Nir Rosen on Syria's protest movement
Journalist who recently travelled around the country discusses the nature and goals of the opposition.
Q&A: Nir Rosen on Syria's armed opposition
Journalist who recently spent time with fighters says there is no central leadership to the armed resistance.
The battle for Homs
Government forces appear determined to regain control of opposition-held areas in restive Syrian city.
A conversation with Grand Mufti Hassoun
Grand Mufti Hassoun, whose 22-year-old son was recently assassinated in Syria, is a supporter of Bashar al-Assad.
Tale of two villages
A tale of two villages
A journey through Syria reveals deep-seated fears and prejudices held between Alawite and Sunni communities.
A tale of two Syrian villages: Part two
Communities are divided, with Alawite and Sunni villages each blaming the other for rising sectarianism.
Assad's Alawites
Assad's Alawites: An entrenched community
Nir Rosen spends time deep inside Syria's pro-regime Alawite community.
Assad's Alawites: The guardians of the throne
Syria's Alawite community have a history of persecution, but dominate the ruling family's security forces.
Armed opposition
Armed defenders of Syria's revolution
Nir Rosen discusses instances of armed clashes between Syrian army defectors and state security forces.
Syria: The revolution will be weaponised
Journalist Nir Rosen discusses armed struggle with army officers who have defected to join the opposition.
Centres of dissent
Protesters were hoping Ramadan would prove a turning point, yet the powerful regime managed to quash most dissent.
By Nir Rosen
Opposition to the Syrian regime runs deep, as women, children, and the elderly take part in the resistance.
By Nir Rosen
Criticism of the Assad regime spreads wider, as families grieve for protesters who have been killed in the crackdown.
By Nir Rosen